KZIZ

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KZIZ
City of licenseSumner, Washington
Broadcast areaSeattle
BrandingThe Z Twins
Frequency1560 kHz
First air date1990
FormatUrban Gospel
Power5,000 watts (day), 3,300 watts (night)
ClassD
Callsign meaningOne of the Z Twins: KRIZ(s) Bennett, owner
OwnerSeattle Medium
(Kris Bennett Broadcasting)
Websitewww.ztwins.com
 
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KZIZ
City of licenseSumner, Washington
Broadcast areaSeattle
BrandingThe Z Twins
Frequency1560 kHz
First air date1990
FormatUrban Gospel
Power5,000 watts (day), 3,300 watts (night)
ClassD
Callsign meaningOne of the Z Twins: KRIZ(s) Bennett, owner
OwnerSeattle Medium
(Kris Bennett Broadcasting)
Websitewww.ztwins.com

KZIZ (1560 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an Urban Gospel format. Licensed to Sumner, Washington, USA, it serves the Seattle area. The station is currently owned by the Seattle Medium.

KZIZ is one of three stations in the Puget Sound region that make up The Z Twins, serving the African-American communities of King and Pierce County, Washington with a diverse R&B, Gospel & Talk format as well as Hispanic programming.

KZIZ went on the air in 1990. It simulcasted the Urban Contemporary format that sister KRIZ 1420 had, then switched to Urban Gospel in 2001.

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Coordinates: 47°12′48″N 122°13′25″W / 47.21333°N 122.22361°W / 47.21333; -122.22361