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KTKU
KTKU logo.png
CityJuneau, Alaska
Broadcast areaJuneau, Alaska
Frequency105.1 (MHz)
BrandingTaku 105
SloganFor the Best Country
Programming
FormatCountry
Ownership
OwnerAlaska Broadcast Communications
History
Call sign meaning
Refers to the Taku Inlet
Technical information
Facility ID32950
ClassA
ERP3,800 watts
HAAT-323 meters
Links
WebcastListen Live
Websitewww.taku105.com

KTKU (105.1 FM, "Taku 105") is a radio station in Juneau, Alaska. Owned by Alaska Broadcast Communications, it broadcasts a country music format.

Its studios are located alongside its sister stations at 3161 Channel Drive.

History

KTKU signed on in 1984 as the first commercial FM station in Juneau with a top 40 format, under the ownership of KJNO owner Roy Paschal. Dennis Egan, the former mayor of Juneau and Juneau's current state senator, was the station's first general manager, while Rick Rydell served as the morning show host.

The station has since switched to country.

External links



This page was last edited on 13 August 2020, at 04:13
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