1210 AM

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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 1210 kHz:[1] 1210 AM is a United States clear-channel frequency. WPHT in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is the dominant (and the only) Class A station on 1210 AM.[2]

In Argentina[edit]

In Canada[edit]

Call sign City of license Day kW Night kW Transmitter coordinates
CBAK Aklavik, Northwest Territories 0.04 0.04 68°13′20″N 135°01′41″W / 68.2222°N 135.028°W / 68.2222; -135.028 (CBAK - 0.04 kW day, 0.04 kW night)
CFYM Kindersley, Saskatchewan 1 0.25 51°27′05″N 109°08′44″W / 51.451389°N 109.145556°W / 51.451389; -109.145556 (CFYM - 1 kW day, 0.25 kW night)
VOAR St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador 10 10 47°32′05″N 52°49′16″W / 47.5347°N 52.8211°W / 47.5347; -52.8211 (VOAR - 10 kW day, 10 kW night)

In Mexico[edit]

In the United States[edit]

Stations in bold are clear-channel stations.

Call sign City of license Day kW Night kW Transmitter coordinates
KEVT Sahuarita, Arizona 10 1 32°02′04″N 110°56′45″W / 32.034444°N 110.945833°W / 32.034444; -110.945833 (KEVT - 10 kW day, 1 kW night)
KGYN Guymon, Oklahoma 10 10 36°40′34″N 101°22′58″W / 36.676111°N 101.382778°W / 36.676111; -101.382778 (KGYN - 10 kW day, 10 kW night)
KHAT Laramie, Wyoming 10 1 41°15′19″N 105°33′01″W / 41.255278°N 105.550278°W / 41.255278; -105.550278 (KHAT - 10 kW day, 1 kW night)
KHKR Washington, Utah 10 0.25 37°08′38″N 113°30′03″W / 37.143889°N 113.500833°W / 37.143889; -113.500833 (KHKR - 10 kW day, 0.25 kW night)
KMIA (AM) Auburn-Federal Way, Washington 27.5 10 47°18′10″N 122°13′09″W / 47.302778°N 122.2193055°W / 47.302778; -122.2193055 (KMIA - 27.5 kW day, 10 kW night)[3]
KOKK Huron, South Dakota 5 0.87 44°21′44″N 98°09′09″W / 44.362222°N 98.1525°W / 44.362222; -98.1525 (KOKK - 5 kW day, 0.87 kW night)
KPRZ San Marcos-Poway, California 20 10 33°04′10″N 117°11′35″W / 33.069444°N 117.193056°W / 33.069444; -117.193056 (KPRZ - 20 kW day, 10 kW night)
KQEQ Fowler, California 5 0.37 36°42′56″N 119°48′10″W / 36.715417°N 119.8029165°W / 36.715417; -119.8029165 (KQEQ - 5 kW day, 0.37 kW night)[3]
KRPU Rocklin, California 5 0.5 38°35′48″N 121°13′29″W / 38.5968055°N 121.2245835°W / 38.5968055; -121.2245835 (KRPU - 5 kW day, 0.5 kW night)[3]
KRSV (AM) Afton, Wyoming 5 0.25 42°43′22″N 110°57′39″W / 42.722778°N 110.960833°W / 42.722778; -110.960833 (KRSV - 5 kW day, 0.25 kW night)
KUBR San Juan, Texas 10 5 26°14′41″N 98°05′25″W / 26.244722°N 98.090278°W / 26.244722; -98.090278 (KUBR - 10 kW day, 5 kW night)
KZOO Honolulu, Hawaii 1 1 21°17′41″N 157°51′49″W / 21.294722°N 157.863611°W / 21.294722; -157.863611 (KZOO - 1 kW day, 1 kW night)
WANB Waynesburg, Pennsylvania 5 0 39°52′12″N 80°08′01″W / 39.87°N 80.133611°W / 39.87; -80.133611 (WANB - 5 kW day, off air at night)
WDAO Dayton, Ohio 1 0 39°43′36″N 84°12′23″W / 39.726667°N 84.206389°W / 39.726667; -84.206389 (WDAO - 1 kW day, off air at night)
WHOY Salinas, Puerto Rico 5 5 17°58′38″N 66°18′14″W / 17.977222°N 66.303889°W / 17.977222; -66.303889 (WHOY - 5 kW day, 5 kW night)
WILY Centralia, Illinois 10 0.003 38°25′11″N 89°08′30″W / 38.419722°N 89.141528°W / 38.419722; -89.141528 (WILY - 10 kW day, 0.003 kW night)
WJNL Kingsley, Michigan 50 0 44°33′34″N 85°35′37″W / 44.559444°N 85.593611°W / 44.559444; -85.593611 (WJNL - 50 kW day, off air at night)
WMPS Bartlett, Tennessee 10 0.25 35°15′40″N 89°49′50″W / 35.261111°N 89.830556°W / 35.261111; -89.830556 (WMPS - 10 kW day, 0.25 kW night)
WNMA Miami Springs, Florida 47 2.5 25°54′00″N 80°21′49″W / 25.9°N 80.363611°W / 25.9; -80.363611 (WNMA - 47 kW day, 2.5 kW night)
WPHT Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 50 50 39°58′46″N 74°59′13″W / 39.979444°N 74.986944°W / 39.979444; -74.986944 (WPHT - 50 kW day, 50 kW night)
WSBI (AM) Static, Tennessee 10 0 36°37′22″N 85°05′15″W / 36.622778°N 85.0875°W / 36.622778; -85.0875 (WSBI - 10 kW day, off air at night)

References[edit]

Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap 
Download coordinates as: KML · GPX
  1. ^ http://transition.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/amq?state=&call=&arn=&city=&freq=1210&fre2=1210&single=1&type=3&facid=&class=&list=1&dist=&dlat2=&mlat2=&slat2=&NS=N&dlon2=&mlon2=&slon2=&EW=W&size=9
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-04-30. Retrieved 2013-02-20.
  3. ^ a b c Coordinates are halfway between the daytime and nighttime antenna locations.