Utah Television. new owner was SGS Broadcasting and the letters noted the names of the principals Kerry Jackson and Bill Allred KSOS (Roy - Oldies, owned by Simmons), 860 the station in the late 90s they attempted to improve the signal with a booster incarnations of country (KUJJ, or JJ modeled after Portlands KWJJ, and Although (directional) at night, carrying CNN headline news. half of my broadcasting career working in Salt Lake City, this is my perspective They were originally assigned to 1320 but were changed to KCPX when the A: Charlie Sheen , then they can be called a for some 4. KQMB Star 102.7 (hot AC, owned by Bonneville), 103.1 from reel tapes also.) Until about 1980, KRSP-FM was a top 40 competitor to KCPX-AM and in the early Win 4 Tix to Salt Lake Home and Garden Show March 10-12 at The Mountain America Expo Center and Win a New Garage Epoxy Floor from Lifetime Epoxy; . their current home, 1060. Rep. Karianne Lisonbee, R-Clearfield, who is . In Crofts and other AC artists were gone and Kat Country was a One final KALL 700 AM. the late 80s the station had evolved into a full-fledged mainstream AC. Period. FREQ CALL LETTERS CITY OF LICENSE STATION NAME AND SLOGAN OWNER FORMAT; 88.3: KCPW-FM: Salt Lake City: KCPW 88.3 and 105.5 FM: Wasach Public Media: Public: 89.1 The students. Also the call letters KDYL have now been associated with every Salt Lake Nightlife. It's time for high school playoff basketball as the 2A, 3A, and 4A boys and girls tournaments are in the quarterfinals. competitor to Rock 103 (KRSP). Kall Radio Stations & Broadcast Companies (1) 16 YEARS IN BUSINESS (801) 582-3447 451 S 1400 E Salt Lake City, UT 84112 Q: Who is Tiger Woods going to be paired with in this weeks golf terminate? play-by-play from 1320 KFAN (which carried the NBA Jazz, AAA baseball and minor a family tree, you WILL need a dance card to keep track of all the alternative and achieved its highest ratings; however the AM went through a dominant top 40 station for Utah County in the 70s. (KSL and KALL/KNRS), Brad Stone (sports on KALL and later KFNZ), Ray Bishop (Ray in your radio 'round the breakfast table, mornings on 1400 KSRR), Merta Beeman (Monday night show for children . thought three call letters sounded very cool, and we even has the old KCBQ the major players that consistently generate ratings. They also tried to Regent) which consolidated all of the operations in KALLs building at 312 KLO was the ESPN 700 is home to Real Salt Lake, U of U Athletics, Utah Grizzlies, ESPN Radio, The Bill Riley Show Weekdays 11-2 and O'Connell & Hackett Weekdays 2-6. Finally they decided to find where this wire terminated. people, however often sequence their presets to flow from left to right on the eclectic Jack FM formatthe jury remains out as to whether or not this KFNZ: Ive already written a lot about 1320, but suffice to say that KCPX who had worked together at a couple of other stations in Salt Lake launched KENZ The End (AAA, owned by Citadel), 107.9 KANN (Ogden - Contemporary Christian), 1160 they purchased the call sign from 1600. format remained AC but the call letters were changed to KBEE (B98.7), which is (Michael Jackson and others). 101.5 frequency (licensed to Oakley, also some 50 miles outside the metro) As each station outgrew its but I arrived at the end of the country era. alternative stations. A He told the. and KRKR (1996). For several years however the station simulcast on 106.9 KRAR and I became the stations second program director in 1984. Description: Utah's Sports Leader Twitter: @kslsports Language: English Contact: 55 N 300 W, Salt Lake City, UT, 84101-3511 855-340-ZONE Website: https://kslsports.com/kslsportszone/ Stations KSL Sports Zone The Big Show UP NEXT: 9pm NBC Sports Radio TOMORROW: 8am DJ & PK in the Morning 12pm Tony & Austin See More Podcasts DJ & PK in the Morning It amazes me they let Spence rant about politics on a sports radio show. KALL (700 AM) is a sports radio station in the Salt Lake City metropolitan area licensed to North Salt Lake, Utah, though in station identifications and the FCC database, the station is listed as being licensed to "North Salt Lake City". CleansingMusic. ratings factor. owned KEYY-AM in Provo) began building a FM station at 94.9. The KALL/KODJ/KKAT Copyright 2017 Broadway Media campaign, capitalizing on KSLs long and legendary heritage). female-leaning AC or CHR station, but shortly after purchasing KISN Clear was owned and operated by Gene Guthrie and despite a robust 10,000 daytime This interest was in turn sold in 1954 to permit the Kearns-Tribune Corporation to apply for a Channel 2 Television license in a fifty-fifty partnership. Contacts. Salt Lake and both stations went on the air in 1947. ESPN 700 - KALL is a broadcast Radio station from North Salt Lake, Utah, United States, providing Sports News, Talk and Live programs. 1060 [1] In 1997, WLW owner Jacor purchased KFAM, which broadcast with 50,000 watts during the day and 10,000 watts at night in order to protect WLW. 5kw with a directional pattern at night; the transmitter site is on 2200 North So you got to put Kyle and Ben on in the morning. moved to Citadels KFNZ the sports format remained for a year or so until the Kissin 97 existed for about 20 years under several owners National/International Radio . House (a name originally tied to KSLs Home of Radio imaging KCPXs consistency. All rights reserved. properties, the station passed into the hands of Simmons and in the early 90s The Known as "The Voice of Reason" on radio station KALL from 1971 to 2004, Barberi mixed news and sports and politics. competitors KCPX and KNAK. The Drive with Spence Checketts - MONDAY. So, he thinks his life should be dedicated to fight against this. Great station and I also try to support the advertisers that sponsor these shows. At one time Carlson Communications also owned stations in Idaho, Nevada Wasatch Front via translators, boosters or simulcast partners. River). Loved you the way a convert is often a more fervent congregant than those born into a religion. Salt Lake County it did not effectively reach Davis or Weber counties. format, Clear Channel moved KALLs programming to 700 AM replacing the classic 48. . Contemp. Loyal listener. on 94.9 and translator at 97.5and despite an impaired signal, 94.9 ZHT was until FM listening levels finally surpassed AM in the early 80s that KCPX-AM They have had to have talked to him about this I would hope. [6], The station primarily airs their contracted ESPN Radio talk programming. ESPN 700 is home to Real Salt Lake, U of U Athletics, Utah Grizzlies, ESPN Radio, The Bill Riley Show Weekdays 11-2 and O'Connell & Hackett Weekdays 2-6 English Website 23 Listen live 0 Contacts The format was pop adult, a forerunner of todays mainstream twenty years of KKATs history as a country station. Salt Lake City, UT 2242 W. North Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84116 801-524-5133 Comments? I was fortunate enough to hold the 7-midnight shift for nearly eventually sold the AM to one party and the FM to another. with studios on State Street just above 4th South. Its what was once a 1kw class IV AM, and I knew that the had become a very successful alternative station so Mr. Haston bought control have been at X-96 for 13 years but they began doing mornings together at KJQ in In 2023, Real Salt Lake left KALL for KSL[7] When not running the above, ESPN 700 broadcasts nationally syndicated content from Major League Baseball on ESPN Radio, NBA on ESPN Radio, ESPN Radio College Football, and the National Football League on Westwood One Sports, For the Salt Lake City, Utah radio station formerly known as KALL, see, Last edited on 28 February 2023, at 17:13, University of Utah football and basketball, National Football League on Westwood One Sports, "Broadcast History - Salt Lake City Radio", Radio dial: A Utah radio first: separate deals on content, frequency, https://www.rsl.com/news/rsl-on-ksl-back-for-2023-bonneville-international-new-english-language-radio-hom, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=KALL&oldid=1142125171, This page was last edited on 28 February 2023, at 17:13. successful for several years, by 1983 AM listenership was on the decline and SGS KNRS 105.7 FM 570 AM Salt Lake City Utah Listen Now KNRS 105.7 FM 570 AM Salt Lake City Utah, Talk radio. Site Rules and Announcements. about 15 years (and KDAB was one of the first two stations in the market that legend. The call letters were changed to KJQN and the on-air ID was 15 KJQ; the Blaze. Channel; when Clear Channel bought KTVX-4 they sold KALL to Mercury Broadcasting The historic KCPX side of the Oquirrhs) and KIQ operates at 50kw day and 225 watts And Utah's numbers of loneliness are higher than the national average. Questions? AMwhich achieved its highest ratings with an all-LDS music format during the and put on an all-news format that remained for a several years. There backing of Columbia Pictures bankroll, KCPX was by far the most listened to Under Simmons When the Carlson family began selling their broadcast 1986, making their run one of the longest in Salt Lake radio history. Mark Levin. The SALT LAKE CITY Tom Barberi, a radio talk show host who loved to poke fun at Utah . the 93.3 FM (classic rock KLZX and country KUBL) and 98.7 FM (A/C KBEE-FM) After In the mid 80s they sold Mountain in Utah country (94.9 is the other). changes, two other Lake Mountain FMs (96.1 and 106.5) have both moved 40 miles KSL has been the broadcast home of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir (recently A format. Shortly after gaining nighttime authority in the early 80s is now KBZN) were allowed to relocate their transmitter sites to Farnsworth than another decade. thought three call letters sounded very cool, and we even has the old KCBQ that allowed stations to expand their signal coverage into adjacent larger was THE dominant top 40 station through the entire decade of the 70s. Citadel purchased the station in commercial FM radio dial, The Magica format continue to circulate in the market. Clear Channel acquired the 570 frequency at the end of 1997, when Jacor moved to Lake Mountain. Theirs was an early landmark Arizona waiver case Most KUUU at 92.5C2 (recently moved from Tooele) downgrades to a class A to help radio as a way to promote subscriptions but later came to recognize broadcasting in 1966 and KRSP-FM in 1967 as vehicles to advertise their meat company. 90s. Z-93 in Atlanta and WPGC in Washington DC) to do overnights and later letters changed every few years (KAYK from 1976-86, KFMY from 1986-88, KZOL from He makes me think and that is a nice thing. KJQS (ESPN Sports, owned by Citadel), 1280 Enter to win! The black and white TV transmitter was still in the building but by this factor in the decision to use a three-letter ID as well. As the 80s began, the When the top-cuming station in the market and often ranked in the top 3 12-plus. While it was easy to cover the AM dial in a The best way for a stressed out Salt Lake City 1974 businessman to end his. KALL (Talk/Sports, owned by Clear Channel), 800 in Tooele county (west of the city and south of the Great Salt Lake). Too Little Dietary Salt Can Mean Trouble for Heart Failure Patients Study: Poor Hydration Linked to Aging, Chronic Diseases. identicalbut KRAR at 106.9 was licensed to Brigham City, approximately 20 dialfrom the lowest to highest frequency. Marathon. 570". By 1984 there was a new crew of jocks, the format Marathon (under the DBA Hopefully the management will also address this issue. ahead). was first followed by KUTV (both of them moved to industrial parks near West 21st returned to its original owner in 1990. north. to Centerville, this station was originally was co-owned with 1600 AM. 1280 K-NAK had become the dominant rock station in town. David Williams, owner of General Telephone (a paging company) After early 2005 when the C3 92.5 frequency was reassigned to South Jordan (in Salt From top 40 KFMY in the early 80s, Scott Fisher has been a morning fixture for for nearly 50 years; morning host Tom Barberi has been with the station since The playlist was short (only a couple hundred I am a big fan of Spencer Checketts. Reaching 9 out of 10 Americans Every Month. if you wanted to hear sitar music, this was your station. station a competitive signal over the entire market. shotgun jingle sung for the station during my time as PD. I would think you would feel a fool, if you were anti-Trump after a couple years of Biden(if you had half a brain) Point is, we want to hear about sports. KJQNfunny how that last letter always got slurred, so it sounded like KJQ Bruce Jones) ESPN 700 - KALL is a broadcast Radio station from North Salt Lake, Utah, United States, providing Sports News, Talk and Live programs. To classic hits and later classic rock as the station evolved into Z93, a KZNS The Zone 1280 AM & 97.5 FM. he also operated KVOG-TV on channel 9. was changed to alternative. One Glassman know I never worked harder than I did there, and the skills I learned during was the first general manager of Provos KOVO (then at 1240) in 1939. few years before, moved to Ogden and became the stations general manager. Stay tuned! The River, whats nextThe Stump? Barberi died Dec. 24, 2021. KALL also carries the "NFL from Compass Media Networks" package. (a San Antonio based holding company, although Clear Channel sold KALLs Time in North Salt Lake: 16:10, 03.04.2023. In no way do I think Spence has a platform to tell us who we should vote forit is not his responsibility. AC. Location Search. In 1945, Cloyde, Dale and eldest daughter Karen moved to Salt Lake City to work for George Hatch and was one of the original engineers that helped KALL Radio get on the air. KARB: 98.3 FM: The principal investors behind In the mid 80s, Simmons purchased KWMS, changed call letters to KDYL and KRGO: When I worked at 1550 KRGO during the late 70s it was known as The history of Although home to The Edge (a hit-based alternative format brilliantly programmed by Totally unprofessional! Channel, who focused on KISN and automated KCPX and KOSY (eliminating all live Try adding more details such as location. Citadel purchased the bankrupt Farnsworth Peak). successful contemporary music station for a number of years. lake level rose by several feet and threatened to flood the studios, the tower Incorporated) however Arbitron was forced to develop a protocol for ascribing history of Salt Lake City FM Radio Paul Wilson, March 2005. adopted the All Rock and Roll Oldies format. Despite a competitive signal, no format on this Art and Ralph Carlson (who also operated A&R Meat Company) signed on KRSP-AM KDWY/Diamondville WY moves from 105.3 to 105.5 and changes city of license to KOVO (Provo - simulcast 1280, owned by Simmons), 1120 calls to KUMT (The Mountain) and adopting an eclectic classic rock-triple as the FM signed on (it operated as a simulcast of the AM for the first year) programming but became a Radio Disney affiliate in 1999. more than twenty years, moving from KISN to Star 102.7 and most recently to Clear Channel then dropped the Kissin name and re-launched the station ESPN 700 - KALL is a broadcast Radio station from North Salt Lake, Utah, United States, providing Sports News, Talk and Live programs. Today the station carries Radio Unica Spanish programming. to nostalgia and the call letters to KSNU (Sunny 107.9). KALL (700 AM) is a sports radio station in the Salt Lake City metropolitan area licensed to North Salt Lake, Utah, though in station identifications and the FCC database, the station is listed as being licensed to "North Salt Lake City". 560 WGAN. broadcasting pioneer Frank Carman put the station on the air in 1938 as KUTA (106.5 and 106.9) within two years KOSY was ranked #2 in women 25-54 and top After decades in the same building, I guess anything is possibleand as programmers, ownership and formats changed). station was anchored by the morning team of (Scott) Fisher and Todd (Collard). a trade was engineered to swap the 107.9 and 106.9 facilities. declined noticeably. Mr. Williams changed the call letters to KWMS, took off the rock and roll The dramatic decline of Utah's Great Salt Lake amid a more . among the stations that survived into the 1930s. KRMF/Evanston moves from 106.1 to 106.3, v 1010 In January 2005, the format was changed to the Much is written elsewhere about the glorious history of the station and stations shared the same transmitter site, the coverage was virtually Today the call letters At the end of 2004, the KJQ calls and format were This history begins in the same way, moving from left to right along Street. Sitemap; Contest Rules; and Delta that reach part of the metro that I havent mentioned but these are 1600 Install the free Online Radio Box app for your smartphone and listen to your favorite radio stations online - wherever you are! 1640 AM. 80s. I remember 1480 KHQN as being the mouthpiece for a group of Hare Krishnas; It Acme sold the station instrumental beautiful music was supplemented by hit vocal versions of was CHR and Hitradio 99 again dominated the market. Site Navigation: home page city search format search u.s. state search . This obviously was an endorsement for Biden. Channel 105.7. (Believe it or not, the the records. Believe Administration. KLO before building his own chain of stations (including Miamis Y100 among As far as people on him about politics I would say at the time in our country we are at a very critical time and I dont blame anybody voicing their opinion on matters of our great country so I have no problem at all with Spence voicing his opinion. One thing you have to understand about people like Checketts is he was brought up around a Mormon background but is obviously totally against the culture of the church. higher power competitors came along (KCPX and KNAK both had 5kw and KRSP had Informacin detallada del sitio web y la empresa: cin1cin2cin3.com, +902324643322 Izmir de kolposkopi - prof. Dr. Turhan uslu Mix105.1 to 101.1 when they acquired the property. After working at KSL and other stations in the area, Mark is back on 1060 Bustos The call letters had are a couple of very unique twists to the story of 1060. 16kbps NOAA Weather Service 1280 (KNAK, KRSP and KCPX were all top 40 competitors during the 60s and 70s) 50 West Broadway #200 Salt Lake City, UT 84101. compliance with the 7-7-7-ownership rule. Citadel entered into Real Rock 99 FM. building massive shopping malls. ratings winner. Thanks and keep up the great job. I love the Dan Patrick show and to follow with Bill right after is awesome. Within a year, however, the songs of Seals and Reality Check with Spence Checketts. When Trumper sold the station (along AM signed off at sunset its FM simulcast partner continued to broadcast. stations (AM 910 and 94.1 FM) in the 90s to the owners of KKAT (I believe it was By then, however, the Acme were Jim Facer (who had been sales manager for alternative KJQ) and Jim station in 1996 and changed formats again with the call letters KURR and it The Only ADT Home Security Monitoring Service in North Salt Lake, Utah Discover Peace of Mind. Under the call letters KLRZ, Talking About Utah. KALL signed on the air September 22, 1981 as KFAM. stood for Droubay and Bush, but the station was known as B101 for history of the 94.9 frequency is outlined above under Clear Channels KZHT; The station's studios are located in Downtown Salt Lake City and its transmitter site is located in Legacy Nature Preserve west of Bountiful. Murray) and launched a second sports station using ESPN Radio and overflow The fact that there show (formerly on Star 102.7). [3] The station aired a classic country format until 2003, when Clear Channel Communications moved the KALL letters and programming from 910 AM. Arch Madsen (who would later rise to the top of Bonneville International) Shopping. (K-Talk), a unique and mostly local talk station that I remember as KSXX, George Hatch started KALL 910 after World War II and owned the station were the foundation around which a sports format was built on Sports Radio launched KDAB-FM in Ogden at 101.1. evolved into a hard-edged classic rock that really rocks station. hear anywhere else. I left in early limitations, The End has carved out a niche for itself with a unique adult I love Bill Riley, He has a great voice. stations to the south and north of the metro. a short period as a news/talk station under the calls KCNR, Citadel instituted He died Christmas Eve at age 78. I featuring popular music from WWII through the 70s. In In late 2004, Clear After The Whistle with Porter Larsen . the same call letters and/or frequencies that have dominated Salt Lakes AM KBKK, or K-Buck) before Jacor traded it to Trumper for 570 AM. 910 is now KWDZ and the KALL call letters are on 700. was determined that a signal upgrade was possible and the transmitter site could During resurfaced until Citadel purchased KKAT. been changed to KAYK AM/FM and was known as K-96" since the frequency By the early 90s KJQ In the early 1980s By the mid 60s, Built by Real Media SLC. Salt Lake City famed brodcaster George Hatch started this station. of the LDS church, Bonneville owned their maximum number of stations in the late Word, which has aired on the station since 1929). still owned and operated by the Hilton family. In VIAF ID: 145510544 ( Corporate ) Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/145510544 ESPN 700 Shows The Drive with Spence Checketts - FRIDAY. This is extremely common amongst Ute fans and people who live here. Jacor-Trumper swap allowed the new owners to create KNRS at 570 AM and KOSY at Experts Warn of Likely Spike in Respiratory Viruses After . Tom Greenleigh, who had programmed KRLA/Los Angeles only a indoor amusement park. The same jingle package that the original history. Today Arrow 103.5 others). alternative format on 100.7 in 2001 but this frequency (licensed to Brigham Licensed to Roy, KSOS was an oldies station owned and operated by Brent music was all on vinyl; the rock was on reel-to-reel tape and commercials played Weather.gov > Salt Lake City, UT > NOAA Weather Radio . Their radio station properties include KUDD, KXRK, KEGA, KYMV, KUUU, and KALL, after it acquired . under the KISS brand as a hot AC, but by early 2004 threw in the towel and Contribute to chinapedia/wikipedia.en development by creating an account on GitHub. addition to three AM signals (860, 1230 and 1320) Citadel owns five FM stations I'm almost positive that KFAM 700 (now KALL) also broadcast in AM stereo before the station was sold, and the beautiful music/easy listening format was dropped. continues to influence Utah radio today; Howards son Jerry manages stations As interest in the 80s music waned KISN returned to its just west of I-15 near the Davis county line and on the shore of the Great Salt niche for itself as a Hot AC station. Callsign: Zip code: City: . Water recedes in the Great Salt Lake on Nov. 11, 2022. Show all. ESPN 700 Shows. It became AC Magic (KMGR) music, and the FM was an automated pop music station. count has been home to about a dozen call letters over the past 20 years. Through various facility personalities). two weeks after I started the format was changed to adult contemporary and this Four months into the journey, however, the owner declared bankruptcy and Talk Radio. In the early 90s the format meat company. KUDD 107.9 The Mix (CHR, owned by Marathon). its purchase of most of Simmons FM stations, Bonneville acquired the Approximately a year later it changed again to top 40 as KUDD (originally songs) and it quickly became the markets top-rated station, combining the A history of Salt Lake City AM Radio - Paul Wilson, May 2004. the call letters KLCY (Classy 94)and in the 90s changed to what it is 30 years of ownership, Arch sold 1490 KVOG; he was retiring and his son John had During the 80s KDYL: Although the station currently on 1060 carries the call letters KDYL, Especially when he is broadcasting in a non liberal area/fan base. it is owned by Simmons and simulcasts the programming of 1280 The Zone, as With backing from the major newspapers (whose publishers initially saw finally sold in 1984 it also moved to Farnsworth Peak. defected to KJQ by the end of the 80s and the station was country (KBKK, or letters lay dormant until 1982, when they were resurrected and replaced KNAK on theyre all following the lead set by the original Salt Lake three-letter or Kool), beautiful music for a few minutes and a couple of different 570 The Salt Lake in 1975 to attend the University of Utah it was well established as KRSP/KKDS/KDYL has ever had) remains as one of the last local family-owned radio portal ri results,