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KNRQ (103.7 MHz) is a commercial radio FM radio station, licensed to Harrisburg, Oregon, and serving the Eugene–Springfield radio market.
KNRK (94.7 MHz) is a commercial, FM radio station, licensed to Camas, Washington, serving the Portland metropolitan area.
KNRS (570 kHz) is an AM radio station licensed to Salt Lake City, Utah. The station is owned by iHeartMedia, Inc..
KNRJ (101.1 FM "The Beat") is a radio station serving the Phoenix, Arizona, area, which airs a Rhythmic CHR format.
KNRO (1400 AM) is a radio station that carries a sports format. Licensed to Redding, California, United States, the station serves the Redding and Red Bluff areas.
KNRV (1150 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station broadcasting a Spanish-language talk radio format. Licensed to Englewood, Colorado, KNRV serves the Denver metropolitan area, but with a good working radio, it has quality reception from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins.
KNRS-FM (105.9 MHz) is a commercial radio station, owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. KNRS-FM is licensed to Centerville, Utah, broadcasting to Salt Lake City and its suburbs.
KNRY (1240 AM, is an Oldies Format radio station. Licensed to Monterey, California, United States, the station serves the Santa Cruz and Monterey areas.
KNRC-LD is a low-power television station broadcasting in digital on UHF channel 14 in Reno, Nevada. Owned by FMI Media, the station is an affiliate of the Spanish-language network Estrella TV.In May 2012, KNRC subchannel 14.1 was added to Charter Communications cable in Reno, Sparks and Washoe County on channel 304.
KNRG is a terrestrial American radio station airing an Americana format licensed to New Ulm, Texas, and broadcasting on 92.3 MHz FM.

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