KBRL

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KBRL
City of licenseMcCook, Nebraska
SloganThe Big Talker
Frequency1300 kHz
First air date1946
FormatNews/Talk
Power5,000 watts day
136 watts night
ClassD
Facility ID57516
Transmitter coordinates40°11′31″N 100°39′6″W / 40.19194°N 100.65167°W / 40.19194; -100.65167Coordinates: 40°11′31″N 100°39′6″W / 40.19194°N 100.65167°W / 40.19194; -100.65167
Former callsignsKSWN (1982-1990)
AffiliationsABC Radio, Premiere Radio Networks
OwnerArmada Media
(Armada Media - Mccook, Inc.)
Sister stationsKHAQ, KXNP, KODY, KMTY, KUVR, KADL, KICX, KQHK, KBRL, KFNF, KSTH, KJBL
WebsiteKBRL Online
 
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For the airport serving Burlington, Iowa assigned the ICAO code KBRL, see Southeast Iowa Regional Airport.
KBRL
City of licenseMcCook, Nebraska
SloganThe Big Talker
Frequency1300 kHz
First air date1946
FormatNews/Talk
Power5,000 watts day
136 watts night
ClassD
Facility ID57516
Transmitter coordinates40°11′31″N 100°39′6″W / 40.19194°N 100.65167°W / 40.19194; -100.65167Coordinates: 40°11′31″N 100°39′6″W / 40.19194°N 100.65167°W / 40.19194; -100.65167
Former callsignsKSWN (1982-1990)
AffiliationsABC Radio, Premiere Radio Networks
OwnerArmada Media
(Armada Media - Mccook, Inc.)
Sister stationsKHAQ, KXNP, KODY, KMTY, KUVR, KADL, KICX, KQHK, KBRL, KFNF, KSTH, KJBL
WebsiteKBRL Online

KBRL (1300 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a news/talk format. Licensed to McCook, Nebraska, USA, the station is currently owned by Armada Media.[1]

History[edit]

The station went on the air on Sept. 26, 1947 as KBRL, a radio station built by Roy Lenwell. Jerry Venable and his bunch from KFNF bought KBRL and changed the calls to KSWN on 1982-10-11.[citation needed] On 1990-04-03, the station changed its call sign back to the current KBRL.[2]

References[edit]

Source for on air date Broadcasting Yearbook 1961 http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-BC-YB/1961-62/Section%20B%202%20Radio%20%20Broadcasting%20Yearbook%201961-1962-10.pdf

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