a radio station
Utah, USA, the station served the Ogden area.
station was owned by AM Radio 1490, Inc. The station was an
affiliate of Dial Global
standard format. KOGN's signal was also simulcasted on nearby
KNFL 1470 kHz in Tremonton, Utah.
The station is now silent.
The studio and radio tower for the
station, in Ogden, Utah.
The station was built by pioneer Utah broadcaster Arch Webb in 1947
with call sign KVOG - the "Voice of Ogden" and subsequently changed
to KJQN on 1978-12-01
and changed on
to KJOE. The radio station was
acquired by the Bible Broadcasting Network from US Bankruptcy Court
in Salt Lake City, UT in 2004. The station went to non-commercial
status and the call sign changed on 1994-05-16
to KYFO. KYFO aired primarily
religious programming. The station was then sold to AM Radio 1490,
Inc in 2005, and changed to the call sign KOGN on 2006-05-01
On May 29th 2009, The US Bankruptcy Court in Salt Lake City, UT
appointed a receiver to take over KOGN AM. US Capital, Incorporated
of Boulder CO. foreclosed on Legecy Media, the owners of KOGN and
several other stations. At this time the station remains silent
pending liquidation of the company.
- Legacy Communications Corp/AM 1490, purchase of
- Salt Lake Broadcasting History