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KMPS

KMPS-FM is a country music station based in Seattle, Washington. The CBS Radio outlet broadcasts at 94.1 MHz with its main transmitter operating at 73 kW effective radiated power and its three auxiliary transmitters operating at 57 kW, 55 kW and 53 kW ERP. All four of its transmitters are located near Issaquah, Washington on Tiger Mountain.

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KMPS - History
... KMPS started its life as a country station in 1975, as KMPS AM 1300 ... It was a direct challenger to then-dominant country station KAYO 1150 AM ...
KRUA
... Originally designated KMPS in 1987, the station ran off of a small transmitter donated by Augie Hiebert of Northern Television, Inc ... KMPS was a carrier current station, and the signal was restricted to telephone lines ... During 1991 KMPS was given authorization to initiate the construction of a tower-site for the fledgling station ...
Randy Scott
... Show heard weekday mornings 5 AM - 10 AM on 94.1 FM KMPS ... After the station changed format, Randy was moved to KMPS as the full-time fill in for Ichabod Caine when he would go on vacation ... The morning show staff on KMPS (M-F) has now been reduced to Randy Scott and Steven Kilbreath, as Ichabod and Scallops have chosen not to renew their ...
KKOL (AM) - History
... days as a top 40 station), which changed to KMPS (for "Kountry Music Puget Sound", featuring a country/western format), then later to KKOL ... Also, during its days as KMPS, it simulcasted KMPS-FM/94.1 ...
Prehistory of KSUA
... KUAC was joined a decade later by KMPS-AM, the precursor to KSUA, which came online March 5, 1972 ... KMPS was a "Progressive rock" station broadcasting on a carrier current only people in the dorms and other campus buildings wired into the system could hear its signal ... KMPS, like the succeeding KSUA, was owned and operated by the students of UAF, through a governing body called Student Media, Inc ...