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Recounting the history of 1300AM on the radio dial in Seattle, home of KOL (now Business News station).
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In 1934, KOL abandoned its T-wire transmitter on the roof of the Rhodes Department Store building and commenced using a new, 490-foot transmitter on Harbor Island, which at the time was the tallest radio transmitter of its type in the United States. From 1930 to 1938, KOL was Seattle's CBS affiliate.
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The Beginnings of KJR. KJR in Seattle, begun by amateur radio operator Vincent I. Kraft, was the first radio station to be licensed in the Pacific Northwest.
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KOL was Seattle's first CBS affiliate beginning in 1930, and broadcast from studios on the ground floor of the deco masterpiece Northern Life Tower at Third Avenue & University Street (right next door to the phone company). CBS and NBC battled for listeners' hearts and minds throughout the 1930s, with CBS ultimately usurping NBC's spot as ...
Radio KOL was an internet station that aired on AOL from 2003 to 2007. The show's DJ, Rick Adams, was an immediate hit with kids. The show soon grew to over 1,000,000 listeners.
KOL's studios were housed since the 1950s on Harbor Island, where the station's broadcast antenna had been located since the 1930s. In 1975, the station call sign was retired and the frequencies were turned over to a country-western station.