KBNP 1410 is a radio broadcaster in Portland, Oregon, also known in the market as “The Money Station.” The local audience can tune to the frequency of 1410 kHz to enjoy its non-stop programming, while the overseas audience can listen it through web streaming service. The station offers business programming and covers topics like weather details, traffic updates, business directory, experts’ opinions, financial information, travel experts, pet care, to mention a few.
KBNP 1410 aired for the first time on 20th September 1951 as KPAM. The callsign of the broadcaster changed to KLSC in 1973 and its format to “All Oldies All The Time.” In 1976, the callsign changed to KPAM and used it till 1982, and after that, it starts calling itself as KCNR featuring “More Of Your Favorites.” In 1986, the callsign once again changed to KKUL and adopted “Cool Jazz and Jazz Classics” format and used it till 1988. After that, the station flipped to its current format and moniker.
The commercial radio also offers advertisers to introduce their business to the global audience during its regular programming. The ownership license of the channel is held by KBNP Radio, Inc. The power required by the transmitter to deliver its domestic transmission is 5,000 watts for day and 9 watts for night. The broadcaster also keeps its audience up to date through social media.