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KNUZ was quite a story. They were class IV AM, which means they were 1000-watts daytime and 250-watts nighttime during most of their Top 40 period, but they really held their own against KILT which was 5KW day and night at 610 kHz, kind of like KFRC in San Francisco. Houston was much smaller then, and so were AM noise levels, but that’s quite a mismatch.

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