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KKOH
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City of license Reno, Nevada
Branding News Talk 780 AM
Slogan "Reno's News Traffic and Weather Station"
Frequency 780 kHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date 1970
Format News/Talk
Power 50,000 watts
Class B
Facility ID 11236
Former callsigns KROW
Owner Citadel Broadcasting
Sister stations KBUL-FM, KNEV, KWYL
Webcast Listen Live
Website kkoh.com

KKOH (780 AM, "News Talk 780 AM") is a commercial radio station located in Reno, Nevada. KKOH airs News/Talk programming. It is currently under ownership of Citadel Broadcasting.

Despite being a Class B Station, KKOH can be heard some distance into California and Arizona in the day, and much of the western US at night.

Local programming and staff

  • Reno's Morning News with Ross Mitchell & Monica Jaye, Ross Mitchell - Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame
  • Sports w/ Sean Patrick (also fill-in host for Bill Manders)
  • Bill Manders live local talk
  • Reno's Morning News Saturday w/ Dan VanEnoo and Elizabeth Rose, both inductees of Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame
  • Jim Fannin, news anchor and reporter. Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame
  • Mike Keeton, morning traffic
  • Steve Diamond, afternoon traffic, Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame
  • Elizabeth Rose, news anchor and reporter, Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame
  • George Hoke, weekend news anchor
  • Phil Parriott, weekend news anchor
  • Matt Matthews, weekend news anchor
  • Mike Gibson, weekend news anchor
  • Tom Darby, news anchor, Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame
  • Rick Worthington, News Director
  • Dan Mason, Program Director, Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame

Former On-Air staff

Don Marchant Tom Harvey

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