We've got exciting news!

Since 1936, KTEM has broadcast at 1400 AM on your radio dial.

Soon, you'll be able to pick us up on your FM band as well at 94.3.

The upgrade will provide a clearer signal and more range. We'll still be on 1400 AM as well, so no worries if that's your preferred band.

Of course, you can also stream us online anywhere, anytime, and that'll come in handy tomorrow (Wednesday, September 1).

In order to install the new FM translator, a crew of engineers will need to shut down our transmitter for about six hours. They're expected to power it down around 9 AM.

While we're off the airwaves, we'll still be streaming your favorite KTEM programs live at ktemnews.com/listen-live/, on our free, Chromecast enabled mobile app, and via our free Amazon Alexa Skill.

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We apologize to those who rely on the radio signal while on the go or at work, but we're excited about this change and what it means for the quality of the programming we're proud to bring you each day.

If you haven't taken our free app or Alexa Skill for a test drive, be sure to download them today. The app has its own listen live feature, and is also compatible with Google Home and any Chromecast enabled device. The Alexa Skill works with your favorite Amazon audio device.

Keep an eye on the app in particular, because we'll bring you app-exclusive content and contests soon!

Thank you to all the loyal KTEM listeners out there. We look forward to bringing your favorite KTEM content to the FM dial.

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