|City of license||Seattle, Washington|
|Broadcast area||Seattle metropolitan area|
|Branding||100.7 The Wolf|
|Frequency||100.7 MHz (also on HD Radio)
100.7 HD-2 for Comedy
|First air date||1948|
|ERP||57,000 watts (horizontal)
52,000 watts (vertical)
|Callsign meaning||The WolF|
KKWF (100.7 FM), known as "100.7 The Wolf", is a Country music radio station based in Seattle, Washington. The Entercom outlet broadcasts at 100.7 MHz with an effective radiated power of 57 kW. Its transmitter is located in Seattle.
KKWF, whose legacy dates back to 1948 as KIRO-FM and whose formats included Album-Oriented Rock (1967-1971), Beautiful music (1971-1989 as KSEA), Adult Contemporary (1989-1992 as KWMX), All-News (1992-1994 as KIRO-FM, again) and All-Talk (1994 to 1997 as KIRO-FM; 1997 to 2005 as KQBZ), flipped formats to its current incarnation on November 30, 2005. They are one of three Country outlets targeting the Puget Sound region; KMPS and KNBQ are the other two.