KMON (AM)

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KMON
City of licenseGreat Falls, Montana
Broadcast areaGreat Falls area
SloganBig Sky Country 560
Frequency560 kHz
FormatCountry music
Power5,000 watts day
5,000 watts night
ClassB
Facility ID62330
Transmitter coordinates47°25′29.00″N 111°17′20.00″W / 47.4247222°N 111.2888889°W / 47.4247222; -111.2888889
Callsign meaningMONtana
AffiliationsABC Radio , ESPN Radio
OwnerCcr-Great Falls Iv, LLC
Sister stationsKMON-FM, KLFM, KVVR, KAAK
Websitekmonam.com
 
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KMON
City of licenseGreat Falls, Montana
Broadcast areaGreat Falls area
SloganBig Sky Country 560
Frequency560 kHz
FormatCountry music
Power5,000 watts day
5,000 watts night
ClassB
Facility ID62330
Transmitter coordinates47°25′29.00″N 111°17′20.00″W / 47.4247222°N 111.2888889°W / 47.4247222; -111.2888889
Callsign meaningMONtana
AffiliationsABC Radio , ESPN Radio
OwnerCcr-Great Falls Iv, LLC
Sister stationsKMON-FM, KLFM, KVVR, KAAK
Websitekmonam.com

KMON (560 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a country music format. Licensed to Great Falls, Montana, USA, the station serves the Great Falls area. The station is currently owned by Ccr-Great Falls Iv, LLC and features programing from ABC Radio

History[edit]

Prior to 1948, the station had the call letters KMFR and was licensed to Sun River Broadcasting Company. After the station was licensed to Montana Farmer Broadcasting Corporation, that company requested a change in call letters to KMON. The request was approved by the Federal Communications Commission in February 1948.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KMFR Now KMON". Broadcasting. February 23, 1948. Retrieved 8 November 2014. 

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