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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 890 kHz: WLS in Chicago and KBBI in Homer, Alaska share Class A status on 890 kHz, and WLS is the only station on that frequency to broadcast with 50,000 watts during nighttime hours. 21 stations in the United States broadcast on 890 AM.[1] 890 AM is a US clear-channel frequency.[2]

In Canada[edit]

  • CJDC (AM) in Dawson Creek, British Columbia

In Mexico[edit]

In the United States[edit]

  • KBBI in Homer, Alaska
  • KDXU in Saint George, Utah
  • KIHC in Arroyo Grande, California
  • KJME in Fountain, Colorado
  • KMJE in Olivehurst, California
  • KMVG in Gladstone, Missouri
  • KQLX (AM) in Lisbon, North Dakota
  • KTLR in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • KTXV in Mabank, Texas
  • KVOZ in Del Mar Hills, Texas
  • KYWN in Meridian, Idaho
  • WAMG in Dedham, Massachusetts
  • WBAJ in Blythewood, South Carolina
  • WFAB in Ceiba, Puerto Rico
  • WFKJ in Cashtown, Pennsylvania
  • WHJA in Laurel, Mississippi
  • WHNC in Henderson, North Carolina
  • WJTP in Lithia Springs, Georgia
  • WKNV in Fairlawn, Virginia
  • WLS (AM) in Chicago, Illinois
  • WYAM (AM) in Hartselle, Alabama

In Uruguay[edit]

References[edit]


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