IBOC by State: Nebraska (May 2010)


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Ibiquity has a list of stations with licensed HD Radio technology and notes those on the air now. IBOC by state looks at various states and lists the stations making the transition. There are 14 stations in the Cornhusker State broadcasting 19 HD Radio channels.

MarketStationHD1 FormatHD2 FormatOwner
LincolnKUCV-FM 91.1Classical/ NewsNews/JazzNebraska Educational Telecommunications
LincolnKZUM-FM 89.3Variety-Sunrise Communications
O'NeillKBRX-FM 102.9Country-Ranchland Broadcasting
Omaha-Council BluffsKFAB-AM 1110Adult Standard-Clear Channel
Omaha-Council BluffsKGOR-FM 99.9OldiesReal OldiesClear Channel
Omaha-Council BluffsKIOS-FM 91.5News/ Talk/ Info-Omaha Public Schools
Omaha-Council BluffsKKCD-FM 105.9Classic RockRockJournal Broadcast Group
Omaha-Council BluffsKQBW-FM 96.1Rock/ 80HitsNitroClear Channel
Omaha-Council BluffsKQCH-FM 94.1Contemporary Hit Radio-Journal Broadcast Group
Omaha-Council BluffsKSRZ-FM 104.5Hot AC-Journal Broadcast Group
Omaha-Council BluffsKTWI-FM 93.3CountrySmooth JazzClear Channel
Omaha-Council BluffsKVNO-FM 90.7Classical-University of Nebraska
Omaha-Council BluffsKXKT-FM 103.7CountryFoggy MountainClear Channel



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