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KFOG Power 92 Jams logo.png
Broadcast areaLittle Rock metropolitan area
Frequency1250 kHz
BrandingPower 92 Jams
FormatUrban contemporary (KIPR simulcast)
First air date
1928 (as KGHI)
Former call signs
KGHI (1928–1959)
KAJI (1959–1963)
KALO (1963–1977)
KLAZ (1977–1979)
KOKY (1979–1988)
KZOU (1988–1991)
KURB (1991–1997)
KLIH (1997–2004)
KPZK (2004–2019)
Call sign meaning
warehoused former heritage calls of what is now KNBR-FM in San Francisco (for the city's fog layer)
Technical information
Facility ID24150
Power2,000 watts daytime
1,200 watts nighttime
Transmitter coordinates
34°42′05″N 92°13′03″W / 34.70139°N 92.21750°W / 34.70139; -92.21750
WebcastListen live

KFOG (1250 kHz, "Power 92 Jams") is a commercial AM radio station located in Little Rock, Arkansas. It simulcasts the urban contemporary radio format of sister station 92.3 KIPR and is owned by Cumulus Media. The station's studios are located in West Little Rock and the transmitter is located in College Station.

Until September 6, 2019, the station was called KPZK (a dual meaning for "People's" and Pulaski County), when Cumulus warehoused the heritage calls of KFOG in San Francisco (which had switched to a sports format as KNBR-FM) on the station to prevent competitor re-use in the San Francisco Bay Area.[1]


[[Category:Urban contemporary radio stations in the United States]]