KFAN-FM 100.3


KFAN-FM 100.3 is a broadcasting radio station that also allows commercials on the network. It is in Minneapolis, Minnesota covering the whole area of Minneapolis-St. Paul. It is famous with its branding name 100.3 FM KFAN: The Fan. KFAN-FM airs sports talk format using 100.3 MHz frequency. It is also available on HD radio. A famous media company, iHeartMedia owns it, its sister stations are K244FE, KEEY, K273BH, KQQL, KTCZ, KTLK, W227BF, and KDWB. The station has its leading studios in St. Louis Park while its transmitter is placed on KMSP-TV's tower in the suburb of Shoreview. It is the part of the regional FAN Radio Network as its flagship station.

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Call Signs of the Station:

On August 15, 2011, KFAN-FM adopted a new call sign, KFXN-FM. The KFAN-FM calls became inaccessible because of their use on another station; found in Texas. Incall letters KFXN-FM, the " X" is a substitute for the " A" in KFAN-FM. At various times, the station adopted different callsigns. In 1965, the first time it went on air using the call letters WCTS. After 1993, it took a new call sign WBOB until 1997. From 1997 to 1999, it used WRQC call letters. From 1999 to 2003, WLOL and from 2003 to 2006, KJZI were its call letters. Later it switched to KTLK and eventually adopted KFAN-FM as its call letters.

KFAN-FM 100.3

History KFAN-FM 100.3:

The network begins airing in 1965 with callsign WCTS. It adopted a non-commercial Christian format. WCTS stands for the Central Theological Seminary, owner of the station. When in January WCTS changed its frequencies, it also adopted new format country music format on
May 13. At the same time, it also switched to new call letters, WBOB (" Bob 100").

It took the slogan " Turn your knob to Bob&quot. In 1996, CTS sold WBOB to another media company, Chancellor Broadcasting. On April 15, 1997, WBOB switched to WRQC. It aired an active rock format. Soon in 1999, WRQC became WLOL. During this period, Chancellor Broadcasting cooperated with the Capstar Broadcasting company to establish AMFM Inc. The next year Chancellor Broadcasting sold the network to Clear Channel Communications (iHeartMedia). Now iHeartMedia is its current owner. After WLOL, it took KJZI as its call letters from 2003 to 2006. KJZI shifted to news/talk format as KTLK on January 2, 2006. It eventually adopted KFAN-FM as its call sign.

Major Programs and Scheduling:

FOX Sports Radio at midnight from Monday to Friday. It also airs on Saturday and Sunday at midnight.
The Power Trip at 5:00 AM from Monday to Friday
Allen's Page at 9:00 AM from Monday to Thursday
The Common Man Program at noon from Monday to Friday
Fan Outdoors at 6:00 AM on Saturday
In the Zone at 8:00 AM on Saturday
Fantasy Football Weekly at 10:00 AM on Saturday
Twin Cities Community at 6:00 AM on Sunday
NFL Preview at 6:30 AM on Sunday
Packer Preview at 7:00 AM on Sunday
Gopher Football at 8:00 AM on Sunday

Contact Details:

Physical Address: KFAN FM 100.3, 1600 Utica Avenue South #500, Minneapolis, MN 55416
Contact No: 952-417-3000
Contact No of Studio Line: 651-989-5326
Official Website: https://kfan.iheart.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kfan1003/
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/KFAN1003
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kfanfm1003