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KNIH (970 kHz) is an AM radio station licensed to Paradise, Nevada and serves the Las Vegas Valley. The station is owned and operated by Immaculate Heart Media, Inc. and broadcasts a Roman Catholic religious radio format, including call-in shows, discussions and broadcasts of the Catholic mass. The call letters refer to Nevada Immaculate Heart. The station broadcasts at 5000 watts by day. But to avoid interfering with other stations on AM 970, it reduces power at night to 500 watts. The transmitter is located off South Rainbow Boulevard near West Landberg Avenue in Las Vegas.

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  • KNIH (970 kHz) is an AM radio station licensed to Paradise, Nevada and serves the Las Vegas Valley. The station is owned and operated by Immaculate Heart Media, Inc. and broadcasts a Roman Catholic religious radio format, including call-in shows, discussions and broadcasts of the Catholic mass. The call letters refer to Nevada Immaculate Heart. The station broadcasts at 5000 watts by day. But to avoid interfering with other stations on AM 970, it reduces power at night to 500 watts. The transmitter is located off South Rainbow Boulevard near West Landberg Avenue in Las Vegas.
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  • KNIH (970 kHz) is an AM radio station licensed to Paradise, Nevada and serves the Las Vegas Valley. The station is owned and operated by Immaculate Heart Media, Inc. and broadcasts a Roman Catholic religious radio format, including call-in shows, discussions and broadcasts of the Catholic mass. The call letters refer to Nevada Immaculate Heart. The station broadcasts at 5000 watts by day. But to avoid interfering with other stations on AM 970, it reduces power at night to 500 watts. The transmitter is located off South Rainbow Boulevard near West Landberg Avenue in Las Vegas.
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