710 ESPN Seattle – KIRO is a Class A commercial radio station based in Washington. The station serves Seattle – Tacoma-Puget Sound region. Its brand is known as “710 ESPN Seattle”. This channel provides “Sports” format at 710 kHz frequency on the AM band. It covers live sports coverage as well to entertain its audience.
This radio station utilizes 50,000 watts power to run its programming. At day time, it uses a non-directional antenna. During night time, this channel uses the directional antenna.
The studios and offices of KIRO are situated on Eastlake Avenue in Seattle’s Eastlake district. Its transmitter is set on Dockton Road SW on Vashon Island. Listeners of all around the region enjoy its live streaming.
Bonneville International (Bonneville International Corporation) owns this radio station. Its transmission first went on air on April 27, 1927. It has affiliations of ESPN Radio, Mariners Radio Network, Seattle Seahawks, and Washington State Cougars. KTTH, KIRO-FM is its sister station.
History of 710 ESPN Seattle:
Moritz Thomsen of the Pacific Coast Biscuit Company operated this station at 100 watts, being an owner. Later on, its call letters changed into KIRO. In 1937, it began to use 710 AM frequency and increased its power to 1,000 watts. On June 29, 1941, its power increased to 50,000 watts. In 1963, Bonneville International Corporation purchased this channel and began to run its transmission.
The major shows of this station are Sports Center, Golic and Wingo, The Outdoor Line, Seattle Sports Saturday, Cask Club Radio, and Music and the Spoken Word.
Physical Address: 1820 Eastlake Ave E (11,036.85 km)
98102 Seattle, Washington
Phone Number: +1 206-421-3776 & 206-726-7000
Fax Number: 206-726-7001
Official Website: https://sports.mynorthwest.com/