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KKIS-FM
KKIS 96.5 KKIS FM logo.jpg
CitySoldotna, Alaska
Broadcast areaKenai, Alaska
Frequency96.5 (MHz)
Branding96.5 KKIS FM
Programming
FormatContemporary Hit Radio
Ownership
OwnerKSRM, Inc.
KFSE, KKNI-FM, KSLD, KSRM, KWHQ-FM
Technical information
Facility ID34883
ClassC3
ERP10,000 watts
HAAT79 meters (259 ft)
Links
WebcastListen Live
Websitestreamdb6web.securenetsystems.net/cirruscontent/KKIS

KKIS-FM (96.5 FM) is a commercial Contemporary Hit Radio music radio station in Soldotna, Alaska, broadcasting to the Kenai, Alaska, area.

Other History

Call sign KKIS was previously used by an FM station in Walnut Creek, California at 92.1 MHz, and an AM station in Pittsburg, California at 990 kHz.

External links



This page was last edited on 17 November 2020, at 22:40
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