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  • Date: March 23, 1923-March 17, 1930 ( NOTE: License was granted on March 23, 1923, consistent with listing as new station in United States Department of Commerce Radio Service Bulletin[1] dated April 2, 1923, but service actually started on May 4.)
  • Frequency:
    • 833 khz (May 4, 1923-November 23, 1923) ( NOTE: At least one list shows KFIF still on 833 on June 30, 1924.)
    • 1210 khz (November 23, 1923-November 10, 1926) (See note above.)
    • 1190 khz (November 10, 1926-June 15, 1927)
    • 1400 khz (June 15, 1927-March 1, 1928)
    • 1310 khz (March 1, 1928-November 11, 1928)
    • 1420 khz (November 11, 1928-March 17, 1930)
  • Location:
  • Owner of license:
    • Benson Polytechnic Institute (or Benson Polytechnic School ) (March 23, 1923-March 17, 1930) ( NOTE: One source gives name change from Benson Polytechnic Institute to Benson Polytechnic School in the fall of 1929, but the name appears in the latter form in some earlier lists.)
  • Subsequent call letters: KBPS

NOTE: The license for KYG was canceled on November 7, 1922 and the call deleted. While a request had been made by Benson Polytechnic Institute to transfer the license and call letters to that institution, it had already been deleted, and BPI was actually issued the license as KFIF.

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