KLXX 1270 is a commercial broadcaster that is serving the boundaries of Bismarck-Mandan on 1270 kHz AM frequency. A large amount of its audience came from Bismarck, apart from being licensed to Mandan. The radio offers contents mostly from news and talk format and covers topics like community stories, international updates, politics, weather forecasting, sports, latest news, informational programming, updates regarding local events and contests, and much more. The overseas audience can head over to its official web portal to enjoy all this stuff.
The radio is branded as “Super Talk 1270” above the tagline “Accurate News, Stimulating Talk.” The studios of the broadcaster are established at 4304 Memorial Highway in Mandan along with its transmitter. The owner of the channel “Townsquare Media” manages its daily activities at its studios and polishes its services to satisfy its audience. Townsquare Media also holds four of its sister stations KBYZ, KKCT, KACL, and KUSB. KLXX 1270 reaches the global community through the power utilization of 1,000 watts during day and 250 watts during night.
The story of the broadcaster started in 1926 when the radio first aired by the name KGCU. Mandan Radio Association was the one that founded this operator and began to air on 1250 kHz. The callsign was switched to KBOM in the mid-1950s, and then to KWWB after March 1974.
You can remain up-to-date about the broadcaster both from its official web portal and from its social media accounts.