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Chronology of call letters KHQ

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  • Date: February 28, 1922-January 1, 1985 ( Note: Licensed on February 28, 1922, began broadcasting some time in March of that year; some sources give January 7, 1985 as date of change of call but January 1, 1985 is date given in the FCC database.)
  • Frequency:
    • 833 kHz (March 1922-March 1925...) ( Note: According to one source, original license allowed broadcasting on two frequencies: 833 kHz and 1000 kHz; however the United States Department of Commerce Radio Service Bulletin[1] dated March 1, 1922 makes no mention of the 1000 kHz frequency. Other stations were allowed this frequency earlier, and it might be the case that the 1000 kHz authorization was deleted by March 1, 1922. See List of United States AM frequency allocations#Before opening the band: Limited frequencies.)
    • 1100 khz (...June 30, 1925...)
    • 760 khz (...June 30, 1926...)
    • 810 khz (...June 30, 1927-June 30, 1928...)
    • 590 kHz (...March 29, 1941-January 1, 1985)
  • Location:
    • Seattle, Washington (February 28, 1922-June 30, 1927...) ( Note: Some sources give move from Seattle to Spokane as taking place on October 30, 1925.)
    • Spokane, Washington (...June 30, 1928-January 1, 1985)
  • Owner of license:
    • Louis Wasmer (Excelsior Motorcycle & Bicycle Co.) (...April 1, 1922-June 30, 1924...)
    • Excelsior Motorcycle Co. (...March 1925...)
    • Louis Wasmer Inc. (...June 30, 1926-June 30, 1928...) ( Note that neither of these changes actually appears to represent a change in ownership.) (See also KGCL, KPQ )
  • Subsequent call letters: KLSN

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