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City of license Manti, Utah
Broadcast area Central Utah
Branding The Eagle
Slogan Utah's Fresh Country
Frequency 105.1 MHz
First air date December 1978 (as KMXU)
Format Country (KEGA simulcast)
ERP 48,000 watts
HAAT 684 meters
Class C
Facility ID 59034
Transmitter coordinates

39°45′37″N 111°34′38″W / 39.76028°N 111.57722°W / 39.76028; -111.57722

Former callsigns KMXU (1978-2004)
KNJQ (2004-2006)
Owner Millcreek Broadcasting
Sister stations KEGA
Webcast Listen Live

KAUU (105.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a country music format, simulcasting KEGA "101.5 The Eagle". KAUU mainly serves Manti, Utah (USA), and surrounding areas, while KEGA serves the same station to Oakley, Utah and surrounding areas. This station is currently owned by Millcreek Broadcasting.

KAUU has been granted an FCC construction permit to change the city of license to American Fork, Utah, move to a new transmitter site, decrease ERP to 15,000 watts and increase HAAT to 1,243 meters.


The station signed on the air in December 1978 with the call letters KMXU. On 2004-01-09 the station changed its call sign to KNJQ. On 2006-06-07, the station changed its call sign to the current KAUU.[1]


External links

  • Query the FCC's FM station database for KAUU
  • Radio-Locator information on KAUU
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KAUU

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