1110 AM

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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 1110 kHz:[1] 1110 AM is a U.S. clear-channel frequency as defined by the Federal Communications Commission. KFAB: Omaha, Nebraska and WBT: Charlotte, North Carolina share Class A status on this frequency.[2]



United States of America[edit]

  • KAGV in Big Lake, Alaska
  • KAOI (AM) in Kihei, Hawaii
  • KBND in Bend, Oregon
  • KEJL in Humble City, New Mexico
  • KFAB in Omaha, Nebraska
  • KGFL in Clinton, Arkansas
  • KLIB in Roseville, California
  • KRDC (AM) in Pasadena, California
  • KRPA in Oak Harbor, Washington
  • KTEK in Alvin, Texas
  • KTTP in Pineville, Louisiana
  • KVTT in Mineral Wells, Texas
  • WBIB (AM) in Centreville, Alabama
  • WBT (AM) in Charlotte, North Carolina
  • WCBR in Richmond, Kentucky
  • WGNZ in Fairborn, Ohio
  • WJML in Petoskey, Michigan
  • WJSM in Martinsburg, Pennsylvania
  • WKDZ (AM) in Cadiz, Kentucky
  • WKQA in Norfolk, Virginia
  • WKRA in Holly Springs, Mississippi
  • WMBI (AM) in Chicago, Illinois
  • WMUX in Hurricane, West Virginia
  • WMVX in Salem, New Hampshire
  • WNAP in Norristown, Pennsylvania
  • WOMN in Franklinton, Louisiana
  • WPMZ in East Providence, Rhode Island
  • WSFW in Seneca Falls, New York
  • WSLV in Ardmore, Tennessee
  • WTBQ in Warwick, New York
  • WTIS in Tampa, Florida
  • WTOF in Bay Minette, Alabama
  • WUAT in Pikeville, Tennessee
  • WUNN in Mason, Michigan
  • WUPE (AM) in Pittsfield, Massachusetts
  • WVJP (AM) in Caguas, Puerto Rico