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KQAM is a news/talk station serving the Wichita, Kansas, market. KQAM broadcasts on 1480 kHz & translator K273CX FM 102.5 mHz and is under ownership of Steckline Communications.

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  • KQAM is a news/talk station serving the Wichita, Kansas, market. KQAM broadcasts on 1480 kHz & translator K273CX FM 102.5 mHz and is under ownership of Steckline Communications.
  • KQAM (1450 kHz) is a commercial AM station in Wichita, Kansas. It carries a talk radio format and is owned by Steckline Communications, along with sports radio KGSO 1410 AM. The studios and offices are on South Maize Road in Wichita. By day, KQAM is powered at 5,000 watts. But to protect other stations on 1480 AM, it reduces power to 1,000 watts at night. It uses a directional antenna at all times with a four-tower array. The transmitter is off East 29th Street North in Wichita, near Chisholm Creek. Programming is also heard on 250 watt FM translator K273CX at 102.5 MHz.
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  • KQAM is a news/talk station serving the Wichita, Kansas, market. KQAM broadcasts on 1480 kHz & translator K273CX FM 102.5 mHz and is under ownership of Steckline Communications.
  • KQAM (1450 kHz) is a commercial AM station in Wichita, Kansas. It carries a talk radio format and is owned by Steckline Communications, along with sports radio KGSO 1410 AM. The studios and offices are on South Maize Road in Wichita. By day, KQAM is powered at 5,000 watts. But to protect other stations on 1480 AM, it reduces power to 1,000 watts at night. It uses a directional antenna at all times with a four-tower array. The transmitter is off East 29th Street North in Wichita, near Chisholm Creek. Programming is also heard on 250 watt FM translator K273CX at 102.5 MHz.
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