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For the Detroit station formerly known as WKRK, see WXYT-FM. For the Cleveland FM station, see WKRK-FM.
City Murphy, North Carolina
Frequency 1320 kHz
Format Southern Gospel
Power 5,000 watts day
62 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 10829
Transmitter coordinates 35°6′42.00″N 84°0′31.00″W / 35.1116667°N 84.0086111°W / 35.1116667; -84.0086111
Callsign meaning Kim, Ronnie and Kathy, children of former owner Jim Childress.[1]
Affiliations Classic Country (radio network), Associated Press
Owner Radford Communications, Inc.
Website http://www.1320am.com/

WKRK (1320 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Southern Gospel format and is affiliated with Singing News Radio. Licensed to Murphy, North Carolina; it has been owned by the Radford family since July 20, 1995 and features a popular tradio show called PartyLine as well as hourly SRN News.

WKRK's daytime signal reaches Western North Carolina, North Georgia, and East Tennessee. WKRK is found at 1320 AM and as of Easter weekend 2016, WKRK began broadcasting at 105.5 FM. The station is simulcast on Channel 25 through The Cable Company serving Cherokee County, NC.


  1. ^ Walker, Mike. "Radio Daze". Retrieved 2008-11-04. 

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