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KURY City of license Brookings, Oregon Branding KURY 910 Slogan "Your Favorite Songs" Frequency 910 kHz First air date May 2, 1958[1] Format Adult Standards Power 1,000 watts (day) 37 watts (night) Class D Facility ID 35801 Transmitter coordinates 42°02′34″N 124°14′37″W / 42.04278°N 124.24361°W / 42.04278; -124.24361 Callsign meaning KURY = Curry County Owner Eureka Broadcasting Co., Inc. Sister stations KURY-FM Website KURY (910 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Brookings, Oregon, USA. The station, established in 1958, is currently owned by Eureka Broadcasting Co., Inc. Contents 1 Programming 2 History 3 References 4 External links // Programming KURY broadcasts an adult standards music format.[2] In addition to its usual music programming, the station also airs University of Oregon Ducks women's basketball, men's basketball, football, and baseball games as a member of the Oregon Sports Network.[3][4] History This station began regular daytime-only broadcasting on May 2, 1958, as KURY with 500 watts of power on 910 kHz.[5] KURY was originally owned and operated by Joseph F. Sheridan with Norman Oberst serving as the station's first general manager.[5] The station increased its coverage area with a boost to 1,000 watts of power in 1960 but remained a daytime-only station.[6] The station was acquired by Norman Oberst's KURY Radio, Inc., on November 1, 1964.[1] After nearly 30 years of ownership, Norman Oberst applied to the FCC to transfer control of KURY Radio, Inc., to Dorothy J. Garvin in January 1993. The transfer was approved by the FCC on February 24, 1993, and the transaction was consummated on the same day.[7] KURY Radio, Inc., reached an agreement in February 2005 to sell this station and KURY-FM to Eureka Broadcasting Co., Inc. (Hugo Papstein, president) for a reported price of $775,000.[8] The deal was approved by the FCC on April 19, 2005, and the transaction was consummated on May 5, 2005.[9] At the time of the sale, KURY broadcast a nostalgia format.[8] References ^ a b "Directory of AM and FM Radio Stations in the United States and Canada". Broadcasting Yearbook 1975. Washington, D.C.: Broadcasting Publications, Inc.. 1975. p. C-155.  ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron.  ^ "OSN Radio Affiliates". - The University of Oregon Official Athletics Web Site. Retrieved March 25, 2009.  ^ "Oregon Finalizes 2009 Baseball Radio Broadcast Team". November 21, 2008. "Other stations to carry Duck baseball are KSKR in Roseburg, KWRO in Coos Bay and KURY in Brookings."  ^ a b "Directory of AM and FM Radio Stations in the U.S.". 1958 Broadcasting Yearbook. Washington, D.C.: Broadcasting Publications, Inc.. 1958. p. A-360.  ^ "Directory of AM and FM Radio stations in the U.S.". 1960 Broadcasting Yearbook. Washington, D.C.: Broadcasting Publications, Inc.. 1960. p. A-212.  ^ "Application Search Details (BTC-19930106EB)". FCC Media Bureau. February 24, 1993.  ^ a b "Deals - 2005-03-21". Broadcasting & Cable. March 21, 2005.  ^ "Application Search Details (BAL-20050224ABC)". FCC Media Bureau. May 5, 2005.  External links KURY official website Query the FCC's AM station database for KURY Radio-Locator Information on KURY Query Arbitron's AM station database for KURY v • d • e Radio stations in the Crescent City, California area By FM frequency 90.7 · 91.9 · 94.3 · 95.3 · 97.9 · 99.9 · 107.3 By AM frequency 910 · 1240 · 1310 By callsign KCRE-FM · KFVR · KHSR · KMWR · KPOD · KPOD-FM · KRDW-LP · KSEP-LP · KURY · KURY-FM California Radio Markets: Bakersfield • Chico • Fresno • Los Angeles • Merced • Modesto • Oxnard-Ventura • Palm Springs • Redding • Riverside-San Bernardino • Sacramento • San Diego • San Francisco • San Jose • San Luis Obispo • Santa Barbara • Santa Cruz/Salinas/Monterey • Santa Maria-Lompoc • Santa Rosa • Stockton • Victor Valley • Visalia-Tulare-Hanford Other California Radio Regions: Barstow • Bishop • Crescent City • Diablo/Tri-Valley • High Desert/Eastern Sierra • Eureka • Fort Bragg-Ukiah • Gilroy/Hollister • Imperial Valley • Marysville/Yuba City • Needles • Red Bluff • Susanville/Sierra Nevada • Yreka See also: List of radio stations in California