Puget Sound Radio Stations 1926 & 1927

1926
660 KFOA SEATTLE – May 23, 1922 this station originally KDZE. The station was owned by Rhodes Department Store
780 KJR SEATTLE – Northwest Radio Service Company “Radio Headquarters”
833 KTW SEATTLE – First Presbyterian Church “Hear Ye, Hear Ye, The Gospel.”
1100 KHQ SEATTLE – Louis Wasmer Excelsior Motorcycle & Bicycle Co.
1200 KGB TACOMA – Tacoma Daily Ledger “This is KGB in Tacoma, Washington. The lumber capitol of America and gateway to Mount Tacoma.”
1200 KFBG TACOMA – First Presbyterian Church became [1200 KMO TACOMA – Love Electric Company] 1250 KGY LACEY – St. Martin’s College “Out Where The Cedars Meet The Sea”
1290 KFOX SEATTLE – Alfred M. Hubbard
1340 KFBL EVERETT – Leese Brothers
1360 KFRW OLYMPIA – United Churches of Olympia
1390 KFQW NORTH BEND – C. F. Knierim Photo Radio Electric Shop

1926-1927
600 KRSC SEATTLE – Radio Sales Corp. moved to 1420 in 1927
660 KFOA SEATTLE – Rhodes Department Store
660 KTW SEATTLE – First Presbyterian Church
720 KGDI SEATTLE – Northwest Radio Service
780 KJR SEATTLE – Northwest Radio Service Company moved to 860 in 1927
980 KOMO SEATTLE – B.F. Fisher; became Fisher’s Blend station in 1927
1080 KGY OLYMPIA – St. Martin’s College
1130 KKP SEATTLE – City Harbor Department established in 1927
1200 KMO TACOMA – KMO Inc. moved to 1180 in 1927
1240 KXRO SEATTLE – Brott Labs moved to 1320/Aberdeen in 1927 owned by KXRO Inc.
1280 KVI TACOMA – Puget Sound Radio Broadcasting Company
1300 KGCL SEATTLE – Louis Wasmer [Louis Wasmer moved KHQ to Spokane in 1926]; picking up KGCL/SEATTLE; Company name Wasmer & Taft in 1927; Call letters changed to KPCB
1321 KGBS SEATTLE – A.C. Dailey moved to 1480 in 1927
1340 KFBL EVERETT – Leese Brothers
1370 KFRW OLYMPIA – West Broadcasting Corporation; off the air late 1927
1390 KFQW SEATTLE – C.F. Knierim moved to 1380 in 1927
1430 KVOS SEATTLE – L.L.Jackson & L. Kessler [Voice of Seattle] 1500 KUJ SEATTLE – Puget Sound Radio Broadcasting Company

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