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KMXT
CityKodiak, Alaska
Broadcast areaSouth Central Alaska
Frequency100.1 (MHz) (HD Radio)
Branding100.1 KMXT
SloganPublic Radio For Kodiak Island
Programming
FormatPublic Radio
Ownership
OwnerKodiak Public Broadcasting Corp.
KODK
Technical information
Facility ID35339
ClassA
ERP271 watts
HAAT311 meters (1,020 ft)
Links
WebcastListen Live
Websitekmxt.org
Senator Dan Sullivan on the air at the KMXT studios in 2019.
Senator Dan Sullivan on the air at the KMXT studios in 2019.

KMXT is a non-commercial radio station in Kodiak, Alaska, United States, broadcasting on 100.1 FM. The station airs public radio programming from the National Public Radio network, Alaska Public Radio Network and the BBC World Service. It also airs many hours of locally originated news, talk and music programming, and relies heavily on non-paid citizen volunteers to host numerous shows.

HD programming

Currently KMXT broadcasts one analog and three digital signals:

  • KMXT-HD1 rebroadcasts the programming from the analog signal.
  • KMXT-HD2 classical and jazz.
  • KMXT-HD3 KMX3 is a mono news and talk channel.

An HD Radio receiver is required to pick up the digital channels.[1] KMXT also streams its analog signal over the web.

Translators

In addition to five low-powered, separate-frequency translators, one low-powered booster also extends coverage. Boosters are licensed on the same frequency as the parent station but at a different location. They are given the same callsign as the parent station with a number added to differentiate the transmitter site.

Broadcast translators of KMXT
Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
(W)
Class FCC info
KMXT-1 100.1 Chignik, Alaska 5 D FCC
K220AU 91.9 Port Lions, Alaska 9 D FCC
K269AW 101.7 Larsen Bay, Alaska 9 D FCC
K269AX 101.7 Karluk, Alaska 9 D FCC
K269AY 101.7 Akhiok, Alaska 9 D FCC
K269AZ 101.7 Old Harbor, Alaska 9 D FCC

References

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