KQWB (1660 AM kHz, "Bison 1660") is an American radio station located in Fargo, North Dakota (licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to adjacent West Fargo, North Dakota), owned by Jim Ingstad's Radio FM Media. Its studios are located on 7th Avenue South in Fargo, while its transmitter array is located north of Glyndon. It airs game broadcasts and sports talk programs themed around the athletics programs of North Dakota State University, with Fox Sports Radio as a sustaining service.

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  • KQWB (1660 AM kHz, "Bison 1660") is an American radio station located in Fargo, North Dakota (licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to adjacent West Fargo, North Dakota), owned by Jim Ingstad's Radio FM Media. Its studios are located on 7th Avenue South in Fargo, while its transmitter array is located north of Glyndon. It airs game broadcasts and sports talk programs themed around the athletics programs of North Dakota State University, with Fox Sports Radio as a sustaining service. The local talk programs are the daily shows 'The Insiders' with Jeff Culhane (Program Director and play by play voice for NDSU Bison football and men's basketball) and Jeremy Jorgensen (Director of Broadcasting at NDSU) and 'The Brakedown' with Keith Brake (Assistant PD and women's play-by-play voice) Bison 1660 airs live North Dakota State Bison football, men's basketball, baseball, softball, women's basketball, and volleyball games. It also airs live pregame and post game reaction call in shows. Weekly live coaches shows with head football coach Chris Klieman, men's basketball coach David Richman, and women's basketball coach Maren Walseth air during the season in the evening. National Fox Sports radio shows include The Dan Patrick Show, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, The Doug Gottlieb show, JT The Brick with Tomm Looney, The Jason Smith Show, and more. KQWB also airs national College Football and NFL broadcasts from Sports USA. (en)
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  • Bison 1660 (en)
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  • KQFN (1995-96)
  • KQJD (2000-sign off of 1550 kHz)
  • KQWB (1965-1995)
  • KUTT (1960-1965)
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  • Radio Fargo-Moorhead, Inc.
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  • Your home for NDSU sports (en)
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  • KQWB (1660 AM kHz, "Bison 1660") is an American radio station located in Fargo, North Dakota (licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to adjacent West Fargo, North Dakota), owned by Jim Ingstad's Radio FM Media. Its studios are located on 7th Avenue South in Fargo, while its transmitter array is located north of Glyndon. It airs game broadcasts and sports talk programs themed around the athletics programs of North Dakota State University, with Fox Sports Radio as a sustaining service. (en)
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