1220 AM

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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 1220 kHz:[1] 1220 AM is a Mexican clear-channel frequency.[2] XEB is the dominant Class A station on 1220 kHz.

In Argentina

In Canada

  • CJRB in Boissevain, Manitoba

In Mexico

In the United States

  • KCAX in Branson, Missouri
  • KDDR in Oakes, North Dakota
  • KDOW in Palo Alto, California
  • KGIR in Cape Girardeau, Missouri
  • KHTS (AM) in Canyon Country, California
  • KJAN in Atlantic, Iowa
  • KLBB (AM) in Stillwater, Minnesota
  • KLDC in Denver, Colorado
  • KLPW (AM) in Union, Missouri
  • KMVL (AM) in Madisonville, Texas
  • KM2XVL in Huntsville, Texas
  • KOFO in Ottawa, Kansas
  • KQMG (AM) in Independence, Iowa
  • KSLM in Salem, Oregon
  • KTLV in Midwest City, Oklahoma
  • KTMZ in Pomona, California
  • KVSA in Mcgehee, Arkansas
  • KZEE in Weatherford, Texas
  • WAYE in Birmingham, Alabama
  • WBCH (AM) in Hastings, Michigan
  • WCPH in Etowah, Tennessee
  • WDYT in Kings Mountain, North Carolina
  • WENC in Whiteville, North Carolina
  • WERM in Fairhope, Alabama
  • WERT in Van Wert, Ohio
  • WFAX in Falls Church, Virginia
  • WFKN in Franklin, Kentucky
  • WFWL in Camden, Tennessee
  • WGNY (AM) in Newburgh, New York
  • WHKW in Cleveland, Ohio
  • WJUN (AM) in Mexico, Pennsylvania
  • WKRS in Waukegan, Illinois
  • WKTZ in Jacksonville, Florida
  • WLPO in Lasalle, Illinois
  • WLSD in Big Stone Gap, Virginia
  • WOEG in Hazlehurst, Mississippi
  • WOTS in Kissimmee, Florida
  • WQUN in Hamden, Connecticut
  • WREV in Reidsville, North Carolina
  • WSLM (AM) in Salem, Indiana
  • WSRQ (AM) in Sarasota, Florida
  • WSTL in Providence, Rhode Island
  • WWSF in Sanford, Maine
  • WZBK in Keene, New Hampshire
  • WZOT in Rockmart, Georgia

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