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KUGSDescription : KUGS (89.3 FM) is a college radio station in Bellingham, Washington, USA, affiliated with Western Washington University. KUGS was founded on January 29, 1974 as a 10 watt radio station. In 1984 this was increased to 100 watts. KUGS remains an independent and fully student-managed college radio station. In 1994, KUGS was the second station in the US to broadcast content online, which ended in 2002. In 2006, KUGS began webcasting again through its website. In 1999, the station applied to upgrad... Page:k

KUGS
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inside the main broadcasting studio, 2002
CityBellingham, Washington
Broadcast areaBellingham, Washington
BrandingKUGS 89.3
SloganProviding the Waves
Frequency89.3 MHz
First air dateJanuary 29, 1974
FormatCollege Radio
ERP950 watts
HAAT101.4 meters (333 ft)
ClassA
Facility ID72017
OwnerWestern Washington University
WebcastListen Live
Websitekugs.org

KUGS (89.3 FM) is a college radio station in Bellingham, Washington, USA, affiliated with Western Washington University. KUGS was founded on January 29, 1974 as a 10 watt radio station. In 1984 this was increased to 100 watts. KUGS remains an independent and fully student-managed college radio station. In 1994, KUGS was the second station in the US to broadcast content online, which ended in 2002. In 2006, KUGS began webcasting again through its website. In 1999, the station applied to upgrade to 700 watts effective radiated power. The FCC issued a construction permit for a power increase to 950 watts in December, 2012.

External links

  • KUGS 89.3
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for KUGS
  • Radio-Locator information on KUGS
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KUGS
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Radio stations in Northwest Washington
Whatcom County
AM
  • KARI 550
  • KGMI 790
  • KBAI 930
  • KPUG 1170
  • KRPI 1550
  • KVRI 1600
FM
  • KUGS 89.3
  • KZAZ 91.7
  • KISM 92.9
  • KZAX-LP 94.9
  • KMRE-LP 102.3
  • KAVZ-LP 102.5
  • KAFE 104.1
  • KWPZ 106.5
NWR
  • KAD93 162.525
Skagit County
AM
  • KAPS 660
  • KWLE 1340
  • KBRC 1430
FM
  • KMWS 89.7
  • KSVR 91.7
Clallam County
AM
  • KONP 1450
  • KFKB 1490
FM
  • KVIX 89.3
  • KNWP 90.1
  • KSQM 91.5
  • KBDB 96.7
  • KSTI 102.1
NWR
  • KXI27 162.425
  • KIH36 162.550
Jefferson County
FM
  • KROH 91.1
  • KPTZ 91.9
Island and San Juan Counties
AM
  • KRPA 1110
FM
  • KLOI-LP 102.9
  • KMCQ 103.3
Defunct
  • KWPA-LP 96.9 FM
Nearby radio markets
Seattle-Tacoma
Southwestern BC
Greater Vancouver
Victoria & Mid Island
Wenatchee
See also
List of radio stations in Washington
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Washington college radio stations
  • KAGU (Gonzaga University)
  • KAOS (The Evergreen State College)
  • KBCS (Bellevue College)
  • KCED (Centralia College)
  • KCWU (Central Washington University)
  • KEWU (Eastern Washington University)
  • KEXP (University of Washington)
  • KGRG (Green River Community College)
  • KGRG (Green River Community College)
  • KUGS (Western Washington University)
  • KUOW (University of Washington)
  • KUPS (University of Puget Sound)
  • KWCW (Whitman College)
  • KWRS (Whitworth University)
  • KZUU (Washington State University)
See also
adult contemporary
classic hits
college
country
news/talk
NPR
oldies
religious
rock
sports
top 40
urban
other radio stations in Washington
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Bellingham
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  • Newspaper
  • Waterfront
  • District Court
  • Library
  • Mall
  • Amtrak
  • Airport
  • Transit
  • Fairhaven
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Landmarks
  • Aftermath Clubhouse
  • Bellingham National Bank Building
  • B.P.O.E. Building
  • Flatiron Building
  • Lairmont Manor
  • Leopold Hotel
  • Mount Baker Theatre
  • Old City Hall
  • Pickett House
  • T. G. Richards and Company Store
Parks
  • Bloedel Donovan
  • Boulevard Park
  • Cornwall Park
  • Larrabee State Park
  • Maritime Heritage Park
  • Whatcom Falls Park
  • Sehome Hill Arboretum
Geography
  • Chuckanut Mountains
  • Lake Padden
  • Lake Samish
  • Lake Whatcom
  • Sehome Hill
  • Route 11 (Chuckanut Drive)
  • Route 539 (The Guide Meridian)
History
  • Bellingham riots
  • C. X. Larrabee
  • Julius Bloedel
  • George Pickett
  • George Vancouver
  • Sir William Bellingham
Museums
  • American Museum of Radio and Electricity
  • Bellingham Railway Museum
  • Whatcom Children's Museum
  • Whatcom Museum of History and Art
Education
  • Bellingham High School
  • Bellingham School District
  • Bellingham Technical College
  • Sehome High School
  • Squalicum High School
  • Western Washington University
  • Whatcom Community College
  • Whatcom Middle School
Stations
  • KAFE
  • KBCB
  • KGMI
  • KISM
  • KMRE-LP
  • KPUG
  • KUGS
  • KVOS-TV
Sports
  • Bellingham Bells
  • Bellingham Mariners
  • Bellingham Slam
  • Bellingham Sportsplex
  • Whatcom Pavilion
Places of worship
  • Christ the King Community Church
  • Congregation Beth Israel
  • Cornwall Church
Companies,
organizations,
and events
  • Bellingham Festival of Music
  • Bellingham Theatre Guild
  • Bluewater Productions
  • Clickpop Records
  • Estrus Records
  • Frequency
  • Linuxfest Northwest
  • Mount Baker Theatre
  • The Pickford Cinema
  • Port of Bellingham
  • Ski to Sea Race
  • Whatcom Film Association
  • Whatcom Peace & Justice Center

Coordinates: 48°44′10″N 122°28′52″W / 48.7362°N 122.4810°W / 48.7362; -122.4810

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