KZPR

KZPR

Infobox Radio station
name = KZPR


city = Minot, North Dakota
area =
branding = "The Fox 105.3"
slogan = "Minot's Rock Station"
airdate =
frequency = 105.3 FM (MHz)
format = Commercial; Classic rock
power =
erp = 100,000 Watts
haat = 169 meters
class = C1
facility_id = 9675
callsign_meaning =
former_callsigns =
owner = Clear Channel
sister_stations = KCJB, KIZZ, KMXA, KRRZ, KYYX
webcast =
website = http://www.thefox1053.com/
affiliations =

KZPR, known as "The Fox 105.3", is a classic rock formatted radio station in Minot, North Dakota, owned by Clear Channel Communications. It airs a mainstream rock format based in a classic rock format. It competes with KTZU.

In May 2007, it was announced that Clear Channel sold the Minot group to Dean Goodman's GoodRadio, LLC. It was confirmed on May 16, 2007 by filings made public with the FCC. Then in the next couple of months, GoodRadio's plans fell through when it's financing group, American Securities Capital Partners, objected to the deal's $452 million costs. The radio station group is again up for sale, and interested buyers are actively being sought. Clear Channel "clearly" wants to rid themselves of these stations in Minot.

External links

* [http://www.thefox1053.com/ The Fox 105.3 website]
*FMQ|KZPR
*FML|KZPR
*FMARB|KZPR


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