1180 AM

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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 1180 kHz:[1] 1180 AM is United States clear-channel frequency; Class A status is held by WHAM in Rochester, New York.[2]

1180 AM is the frequency used by Radio Martí, reportedly operating at 100,000 watts from a transmitter in Marathon in the Florida Keys. Because it is owned and operated by the U.S. Broadcasting Board of Governors, Radio Martí is not licensed by the Federal Communications Commission, and has no call letters. It is subject to jamming from Cuba where its directional antenna is pointed. As a consequence, other stations on 1180 in North America may experience interference at night from the jamming stations of Cuba.

In Argentina

In Cuba

  • CMGW in Santo Spiritus
  • CMJL in Mayarí Arriba

In Mexico

In the United States

  • KCKQ in Sparks, Nevada
  • KERN in Wasco-Greenacres, California
  • KGOL in Humble, Texas
  • KLAY in Lakewood, Washington
  • KLPF in Midland, Texas
  • KOFI in Kalispell, Montana
  • KYES (AM) in Rockville, Minnesota
  • KZOT in Bellevue, Nebraska
  • WFGN in Gaffney, South Carolina
  • WFYL in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
  • WGAB in Newburgh, Indiana
  • WGUE in Turrell, Arkansas
  • WHAM (AM) in Rochester, New York
  • WJNT in Pearl, Mississippi
  • WLDS in Jacksonville, Illinois
  • WLTT in Carolina Beach, North Carolina
  • WSKP (AM) in Hope Valley, Rhode Island
  • WSQR (AM) in Sycamore, Illinois
  • WVLZ in Knoxville, Tennessee
  • WXLA in Dimondale, Michigan
  • WZQZ in Trion, Georgia
  • Radio Martí in Marathon, Florida - signal is jammed by other radio signal operating on 1180 kHz in Cuba.

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