KNXR

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KNXR
City of licenseRochester, Minnesota
Broadcast areaRochester, Minnesota
Frequency97.5 FM MHz
First air dateDecember 1965
FormatEasy Listening
ERP100,000 watts
HAAT317 meters
ClassC
Facility ID68823
OwnerUnited Audio Corporation
 
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KNXR
City of licenseRochester, Minnesota
Broadcast areaRochester, Minnesota
Frequency97.5 FM MHz
First air dateDecember 1965
FormatEasy Listening
ERP100,000 watts
HAAT317 meters
ClassC
Facility ID68823
OwnerUnited Audio Corporation

KNXR is an easy-listening FM radio station in Rochester, Minnesota, US. It was founded by president and general manager Thomas H. Jones, and was first heard Christmas Eve 1965. The station has always played easy listening music, and features John Doremus' program Patterns in Music, weeknights from 7 to 10. The CBS Radio Network News is heard at the top of every hour.

The KNXR Broadcast and Recording Center is located on the south side of Rochester, at 1620 Greenview Drive SW. The transmitter site and 950 foot tower are located directly east of Rochester, off County Highway 9. The tower is shared with 4 other area radio stations.

FMeXtra

The station experiments with an alternative digital radio standard known as FMeXtra.

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Coordinates: 44°02′28″N 92°20′24″W / 44.041°N 92.340°W / 44.041; -92.340