1160 AM

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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 1160 kHz:[1] in the United States and Mexico. Radio station KSL in Salt Lake City, Utah is the dominant Class A station on 1160 AM, a United States clear-channel frequency, according to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC).[2]

In Argentina[edit]

In Mexico[edit]

  • XEQIN-AM in San Quintin, Baja California

In the United States[edit]

  • KBDT in Highland Park, Texas
  • KCTO in Cleveland, Missouri
  • KMRV in Waukon, Iowa
  • KRDY in San Antonio, Texas
  • KSL (AM) in Salt Lake City, Utah
  • WAIX in Mechanicville, New York
  • WBQN in Barceloneta-Manati, Puerto Rico
  • WBYN (AM) in Lehighton, Pennsylvania
  • WCCS in Homer City, Pennsylvania
  • WCFO in East Point, Georgia
  • WCRT (AM) in Donelson, Tennessee
  • WCVX in Florence, Kentucky
  • WCXI in Fenton, Michigan
  • WEWC in Callahan, Florida
  • WIWA in St. Cloud, Florida
  • WKCM in Hawesville, Kentucky
  • WMET in Gaithersburg, Maryland
  • WOBM (AM) in Lakewood Township, New Jersey
  • WODY in Fieldale, Virginia
  • WPIE in Trumansburg, New York
  • WSKW in Skowhegan, Maine
  • WVNJ in Oakland, New Jersey
  • WWQT in Tryon, North Carolina
  • WYDU in Red Springs, North Carolina
  • WYLL in Chicago, Illinois

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