KFAR 660 AM is a commercial broadcaster based in Fairbanks, Alaska providing coverage to the localities of Alaska Interior area. The station is described under the slogan of “Heartbeat of Alaska, Home of Fox News in Fairbanks, Local Talk Radio.” The broadcasting format of the station is news updates, and talk shows. The ownership license of the station belongs to Rob Ingstad which also co-own five of its sister channels KWDD, KWLF, KCBF, KTDZ, and KXLR. The programs offered by the channel are all locally produced and had a good reputation among the listeners.
The domestic audience can access it on the AM frequency by tuning to 660 kHz. The people of Fairbanks can enjoy it on the FM channel on 97.5 MHz frequency. Apart from local serving, the radio also available to the international community by means of the internet. The ERP utilized by the broadcaster is about 10,000 watts to reach the global audience.
KFAR 660 AM broadcasted for the first time on 30th of October 1939 when an Industrialist “Austin E. Lathrop” founded the channel. The station also has the credit of being one of the oldest stations in Fairbanks. Currently, the radio stands among A class channels of the market. This all became possible through continues hard work and improved services. The callsign of the broadcaster KFAR stands for “Key For Alaska’s Riches.” The channel also updates its followers on social media as well.