KHUB

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KHUB
KHUB logo.jpg
City of licenseFremont, Nebraska
Branding1340 K-Hub
Frequency1340 kHz
FormatNews Talk Information
Power500 watts (day)
250 watts (night)
ClassC
Facility ID34550
Transmitter coordinates41°25′58.00″N 96°27′16.00″W / 41.43278°N 96.45444°W / 41.43278; -96.45444
AffiliationsABC Radio, Salem Communications, Westwood One
OwnerNRG Media
Websitekhubradio.com
 
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KHUB
KHUB logo.jpg
City of licenseFremont, Nebraska
Branding1340 K-Hub
Frequency1340 kHz
FormatNews Talk Information
Power500 watts (day)
250 watts (night)
ClassC
Facility ID34550
Transmitter coordinates41°25′58.00″N 96°27′16.00″W / 41.43278°N 96.45444°W / 41.43278; -96.45444
AffiliationsABC Radio, Salem Communications, Westwood One
OwnerNRG Media
Websitekhubradio.com

KHUB (1340 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format.[1] Licensed to Fremont, Nebraska, USA, the station serves the Fremont area with fringe coverage to west Omaha. The station is currently owned by NRG Media and features programming from ABC Radio, Salem Communications, and Westwood One.[2]

History

The call letters KHUB had originally belonged to a station in Watsonville, California, now KOMY (coincidentally, also on 1340 kHz). In 1958, that station became KOMY and the KHUB call became available. In 1962, the station then known as KFGT, originally KORN, took the callsign KHUB, and has held it ever since.

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