KSL Newsradio is a pair of radio stations located in Salt Lake City, Utah, which includes the original AM station KSL (1160 kHz, licensed to Salt Lake City) and the FM station KSL-FM (102.7 MHz, licensed to Midvale). Both stations simulcast a format of all-news during key hours on weekdays and talk programming the rest of the time. Owned by Bonneville International (a broadcasting subsidiary of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints), the stations share studios with sister television station KSL-TV in the Broadcast House building at the Triad Center in downtown Salt Lake City.
The AM station broadcasts with 50,000 watts non-directional, day and night, the maximum power permitted by the Federal Communications Commission. A clear channel Class A station, it covers most of north-central Utah in the daytime and can be heard in much of western North America at night with a good radio. The KSL transmitter is located west of Salt Lake City International Airport, while the KSL-FM transmitter is located on Farnsworth Peak in the Oquirrh Mountains, southwest of Salt Lake City.
- Amanda Dickson, “Utah’s Morning News”, “A Woman’s View”
- Tim Hughes, “Utah’s Morning News”,”KSL Outdoors”, “KSL Greenhouse”
- Alex Kirry “Cougar Sports Saturday”, “Cougar Tracks”, “The Nightside Project” (podcast)
- Brian Martin, “Utah’s Morning News” (Replaced by Tim Hughes in July 2019)
- Jay McFarland, “The JayMac News Show”
- Jeff Caplan, “Jeff Caplan’s Afternoon News”
- Dave Noriega, “Dave and Dujanovic”, “Cougar Sports Saturday”
- Debbie Dujanovic, “Dave and Dujanovic”
- Steve Salles “The Movie Show”
- Doug Wright, “The Doug Wright Show”, “The KSL Movie Show”
- Greg Wrubell, “The Kalani Sitake Show”, “The Dave Rose Show”, BYU football & men’s basketball game broadcasts, Voice of the BYU Cougars
- Lindsey Aerts, “The KSL Mom Show”
Both KSL’s AM and FM transmissions broadcast in HD Radio. KSL-FM carries the Mormon Channel over its HD2 subchannel.