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Kpzk (am)

City of license KIPR: Pine Bluff, Arkansas
KPZK: Little Rock, Arkansas
Broadcast area Little Rock metropolitan area
Branding Power 92.3
Slogan "The Official # one for Hip-Hop and R&B"
"The Peoples' Station"
Frequency KIPR: 92.3 (MHz)
KPZK: 1250 (KHz)
First air date 1959
Format Mainstream Urban
Power KPZK: 2,000 watts daytime
1,200 watts nighttime
ERP KIPR: 100,000 watts
HAAT 286 meters
Class KIPR: C1
Facility ID KIPR: 13925
KPZK: 24150
Callsign meaning KIPR: K I PoweR
KPZK: Pula(Z)Ki, County, Arkansas (The Z substitute for the S)
Owner Cumulus Media
Sister stations KAAY, KARN, KARN-FM, KLAL, KURB
Webcast Listen Live

KIPR (92.3 FM, "Power 92.3") is a commercial radio station located in Little Rock, Arkansas, broadcasting to the Pine Bluff, Brinkley, North Little Rock, Gould, Fordyce, Dumas and surrounding areas in Arkansas. KIPR airs a mainstream urban format, which was launched in 1988 (Its fonts can be traced back to KPWR/Los Angeles due to having KPWR's radio consultant Don Kelly serving as KIPR's programming consultant at the time). It also simulcasts on sister station KPZK at 1250 AM.

As an urban-formatted station, KIPR's main competition comes from fellow Mainstream Urban station KZTS, and Urban AC station KOKY, formerly a sister station.

External links

  • Official website
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for KIPR
  • Radio-Locator information on KIPR
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KIPR
  • Query the FCC's AM station database for KPZK
  • Radio-Locator Information on KPZK
  • Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for KPZK

Coordinates: 34°22′12″N 92°10′08″W / 34.370°N 92.169°W / 34.370; -92.169

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