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Frequency1400 kHz
BrandingAM 1400 The Cowboy
FormatClassic country
First air date
1999 (1999)
Former call signs
KSPW (1998–1998)
KQOL (1998–1998)
KMCG (1998–1999)
Call sign meaning
K K TaLk (former talk format)
Technical information
Facility ID86873
Power1,000 watts (unlimited)
Transmitter coordinates
42°51′22″N 106°21′41″W / 42.85611°N 106.36139°W / 42.85611; -106.36139
Translator(s)101.9 K270CT (Casper)
WebcastListen Live

KKTL (1400 AM) is a commercial radio station licensed to Casper, Wyoming. KKTL airs a classic country music format. KKTL previously carried Coast to Coast AM before it was picked up by sister station KTWO.


KKTL's transmitter is located in the town of Mills, Wyoming, a suburb of Casper. Its 1,000-watt signal can be heard throughout most of central Wyoming. KKTL's signal has been reported in Laramie, Wyoming.[1]


Prior use of 1400 kHz

Main article: KATI (Wyoming)

Casper's third radio station, KATI, operated on 1400 kHz from 1956 to 1987. For most of its history a contemporary station, KATI failed in 1987 as a result of a soft regional economy, the rise of FM station KTRS-FM, and a major debt to one of the station's prior owners. The license was donated to the University of Wyoming, but bids were rejected as too low and the cost of restoring it too high for the university, and UW let the license lapse in 1993.


The 1400 AM frequency would be back in business in 1999 with talk radio and sports radio,[2] with the playing of the national anthem.

Logo before translator sign on

On February 12, 2018, KKTL changed their format from ESPN sports to classic country, branded as "AM 1400 The Cowboy".[3]

Previous logos

KKTL's former logo under talk format KKTL's logo under ESPN sports format