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Kbsr
KBSR
Frequency 1230AM (kHz)
City Hardin, Montana
Market
Branding Big Sky Radio
Owner Sun Mountain, Inc
Power 1,000 watts
Slogan
Airdate
Format launch
Format dropped
Sister stations
Website bigskyradio.net
Webcast


KHDN (1230 AM) is a news/talk-formatted radio station licensed to Hardin, Montana. The station is currently owned by Sun Mountain, Inc, and simulcasts with KBSR (1490AM) in Laurel, Montana.

Progressive talk programmingEdit

The stations carry a mix of liberal, conservative and nonpartisan talk, including Ed Schultz from 1-4P and Alan Colmes from 8-11P. They formerly carried Peter B. Collins.

KBSR and KHDN are affiliates of ABC Radio and Westwood One.

HistoryEdit

The station went on the air as KYTY on August, 10, 1984. On September 10, 1986, the station changed its call sign to KBSR, then KKUL on March 28, 1989 and the current KHDN on June 1, 1995.

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