KDOW 1220 is a radio broadcaster that discusses finance, news, and talk stuff. The station is licensed to serve the audience of the San Francisco Bay Area on 1220 kHz while internationally, its programming is accessed through the official web portal. KDOW 1220 is also known by the brand “Wall Street Business Network.” You can tune the broadcaster to get information about business stories, market trends, strategy analysis, financial advices from experts.
Wall Street Business Network, Salem Radio Network, and Bloomberg Radio are its affiliation partners, which allow the radio to simulcast their programming as well. The rest of its shows are produced locally at its studios, which are established on Liberty Street in Fremont. These quality contents are broadcasted to its global community by the transmitter in East Palo Alto west of the Dumbarton Bridge, run by 5,000 watts in the day and 145 watts during the night.
Millard Kibbe founded the radio by the name KIBE in 1947. In its early days, the station only served the purpose of rebroadcasting the programming of KDFC-FM and carry classical music format. The format of the broadcaster was shifted to talk radio on 29th of August 1997 and started to market by the call letter KBPA. Salem Communications acquired the broadcaster on 24th of July 2001 and started to offer Christian talk programming. The last changes were made on 1st July 2008 when it flipped to its current call letter and programming format.
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