KFQD

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KFQD
KFQD.jpg
City of licenseAnchorage, Alaska
Broadcast areaAnchorage, Alaska
BrandingKFQD Newsradio 750
Frequency750 kHz
Translator(s)103.7 K279BG (Anchorage)
First air dateMay 17, 1924
FormatNews/Talk
Power50,000 watts
ClassA
Facility ID52675
OwnerMorris Communications
WebcastListen Live
Websitekfqd.com
 
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KFQD
KFQD.jpg
City of licenseAnchorage, Alaska
Broadcast areaAnchorage, Alaska
BrandingKFQD Newsradio 750
Frequency750 kHz
Translator(s)103.7 K279BG (Anchorage)
First air dateMay 17, 1924
FormatNews/Talk
Power50,000 watts
ClassA
Facility ID52675
OwnerMorris Communications
WebcastListen Live
Websitekfqd.com

KFQD is a class A (clear channel), AM and FM radio station in Anchorage, Alaska, operating on 750 kHz and 103.7 MHz. It is owned by Morris Communications and broadcasts in a news/talk format. KFQD was the first radio station in Alaska, signing on on May 17, 1924.[clarification needed]

KFQD is the radio play-by-play home of the ECHL's Alaska Aces, which is simulcast by GCI on their cable network. KFQD also simulcasts the newscasts of Anchorage television station KTUU.

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Coordinates: 61°20′18″N 150°02′03″W / 61.33833°N 150.03417°W / 61.33833; -150.03417