KHKY

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KHKY
City of licenseAkiachak, Alaska
Frequency92.7 MHz
FormatDefunct (formerly Variety)
ERP50 watts
HAAT28 meters (92 feet)
ClassD
Facility ID171129
Transmitter coordinates60°54′35″N 161°25′57″W / 60.90972°N 161.43250°W / 60.90972; -161.43250
OwnerYupiit School District
Websitehttp://www.yupiit.org/
 
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For the airport serving Hickory, North Carolina, assigned the ICAO code KHKY, see Hickory Regional Airport.
KHKY
City of licenseAkiachak, Alaska
Frequency92.7 MHz
FormatDefunct (formerly Variety)
ERP50 watts
HAAT28 meters (92 feet)
ClassD
Facility ID171129
Transmitter coordinates60°54′35″N 161°25′57″W / 60.90972°N 161.43250°W / 60.90972; -161.43250
OwnerYupiit School District
Websitehttp://www.yupiit.org/

KHKY (92.7 FM) was a high school radio station licensed to serve Akiachak, Alaska. The station was owned by the Yupiit School District. It aired a Variety music format.[1]

The station was assigned the KHKY call letters by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on August 30, 2007.[2]

KHKY's license was cancelled by the FCC on February 1, 2014, due to the station's failure to file a license renewal application.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 
  2. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 

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