KHKE

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KHKE
KHKE logo.jpg
City of licenseCedar Falls, Iowa
Broadcast areaWaterloo, Iowa
Frequency89.5 MHz
First air dateApril 1, 1974
FormatClassical music
ERP10,000 watts
HAAT127 meters
ClassC3
Facility ID69027
Transmitter coordinates42°23′55″N 92°19′34″W / 42.39861°N 92.32611°W / 42.39861; -92.32611Coordinates: 42°23′55″N 92°19′34″W / 42.39861°N 92.32611°W / 42.39861; -92.32611
AffiliationsAmerican Public Media, National Public Radio, Public Radio International
OwnerUniversity of Northern Iowa
WebcastStream
WebsiteIowa Public Radio
 
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KHKE
KHKE logo.jpg
City of licenseCedar Falls, Iowa
Broadcast areaWaterloo, Iowa
Frequency89.5 MHz
First air dateApril 1, 1974
FormatClassical music
ERP10,000 watts
HAAT127 meters
ClassC3
Facility ID69027
Transmitter coordinates42°23′55″N 92°19′34″W / 42.39861°N 92.32611°W / 42.39861; -92.32611Coordinates: 42°23′55″N 92°19′34″W / 42.39861°N 92.32611°W / 42.39861; -92.32611
AffiliationsAmerican Public Media, National Public Radio, Public Radio International
OwnerUniversity of Northern Iowa
WebcastStream
WebsiteIowa Public Radio

KHKE is a radio station owned and operated by the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa, USA, which broadcasts on 89.5 MHz. It is a classical station, sharing broadcast facilities with KUNI. It is now a part of Iowa Public Radio, operating with the other two public radio station clusters at the University of Iowa and Iowa State University.

Ice storm and tower collapse[edit]

On February 24 2007 the upper half of the KHKE tower collapsed due to an ice storm. The remaining lower half was later demolished, and the tower was scheduled to be rebuilt in Summer 2007.[1]

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