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Friday, January 22, 2016
KAYK / KXRK
KAYK was a Top-40 station in Provo, Utah from the mid-1970s until the mid-1980s. In 1982, a young Glenn Beck deejayed at "K-96" but stayed less than a year because he "didn't fit in" with his Mormon co-workers.
After a call sign change to KFMY, 96.1 FM became KXRK in 1992 and flipped to its present Alternative format as "X96." A wattage increase and frequency change to 96.3 FM occurred in 1996.