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KHOL

KHOL (89.1 FM) is a radio station licensed to Jackson, Wyoming, United States. Also known as Jackson Hole Community Radio, KHOL is the only community radio station serving the Jackson Hole region.[1][2][3]

KHOL
CityJackson, Wyoming
Branding89.1 KHOL
SloganYour community. Your station. 89.1 KHOL
Frequency89.1 MHz
Translator(s)K294CN (106.7 MHz, Hoback Junction)
FormatPublic radio
ERP2,200 watts
HAAT336 meters
ClassC3
Facility ID92620
Transmitter coordinates43°27′40″N 110°45′9″W / 43.46111°N 110.75250°W / 43.46111; -110.75250Coordinates: 43°27′40″N 110°45′9″W / 43.46111°N 110.75250°W / 43.46111; -110.75250
Callsign meaningJackson HOLe
Former callsignsKURT (1998-1998)
KJXN (2007-2008)
OwnerJackson Hole Community Radio, Incorporated
Websitewww.891khol.org

HistoryEdit

KHOL's mission is to operate a local, non-commercial radio station, with programming representing the (Jackson) community's many views and interests through locally-produced music, news and information programs. Music and public affairs programming are produced 100% by trained volunteers. For a current schedule, visit www.891khol.org.

Founded by Jim Tallichet in 1995 and on air since 2008, KHOL and its 60 plus volunteers continue to serve the Jackson community through listener support from its offices at the Jackson Center for the Arts.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "KHOL Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "KHOL Station Information Profile". Arbitron.
  3. ^ "KHOL Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

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