Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
iHeartMedia (formerly known as Clear Channel) (Citicasters Licenses, Inc.)
351 Elliott Ave W., Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98119
KHHO is an AM radio station broadcasting at 850 KHz. The station is licensed to Tacoma, WA and is part of the Seattle-Tacoma, WA radio market. The station airs sports programming. KHHO is owned by iHeartMedia under the supervision of General Manager Michele Grosenick.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Dear Michele Grosenick:
I listen to this station fairly often and every now and again (sometimes mid-sentence!) obnoxious music will play and a long traffic report will commence! This is not a scheduled commercial break or a promo it is in the middle of an interview on a national radio program(s). I simply change the station to a local broadcast, but I would like to be able to listen to the national program without hearing that ridiculous interruption! I'm sure I'm among thousands of people who get really frustrated with that absurd practice. Please explain why you choose to allow such an annoying practice to continue on a daily basis.
By: Dan on December 8, 2015
This station continues to disappoint. This morning was no exception. I tuned in to drive to work and imagine my surprise when Dan Patrick show was not on the air. It was on TV, but not on air with your station. the "radio personality' didn't even bother to say his name or announce that he was in for Dan Patrick. So who knows wtf is going on with the programming on your station. I have the feeling that no one is at the wheel most of the time.
thanks for the depressing sports radio that I ultimately turned off, after all it is a free country!
By: holly titus on January 4, 2018
Imagine my surprise when I tuned in to KHHO expecting to hear the dulcet tones of Dan Patrick and the danettes and heard Glen Beck instead. From Fox Sports to Fox News, talk about a shock jock. Called thee station and was told that there were too many stations with sports programming and not enough with conservative radio commentators. We get hammered everyday with the absurdities of right wing and alt right blowhards. Bring back my island in the sun -- Dan Patrick, Colin Cowherd, Rich Eisen and JT the Brick. 850 AM has been removed from my presets.
By: Bruno on February 8, 2018
I have listened to this station for years, with the removal of sports radio I am gone. I am very sad and this was a poor programming choice.
By: Dissapointed on February 8, 2018
I love your station now. Too sports everywhere. Glad you changed! Bring us more conservative talk and different guys than what’s on Kvi n ktth please. I am telling all my friends about you!
By: Walt the balt on February 9, 2018
A twist of the dial, however, turns up much of the old sports programming. Also announced Wednesday was the launch of 1090 KJR, which features national sports coverage and syndicated programs such as Dan Patrick (6-9 a.m.), The Herd with Colin Cowherd (9 a.m.-noon) and Doug Gottlieb (noon-3 p.m.). The switch to 1090AM should give these programs a stronger signal in Seattle. The transmitter is located on Vashon Island
By: Anonymous on February 9, 2018
I used to.listen to this station every day. Imagine my surprise to hear political discussions from crazy conspiracy theorists. Well good bye forever to this station. Hopefully you lose enough money to rethink your poor choices.
By: Anonymous on February 11, 2018
Finally, Glenn Beck is back! I know many listeners who were very disappointed when he was no longer on KVI. My sister let me know that she just found it accidentally. We just need to get the word out! We need every voice of reason possible in this extreme left environment!
By: Barb on February 23, 2018
America needs more Right Wing education. Sports can wait. Let the liberal socialists complain all they want. Glad to have conservative talk radio addition to the Seattle/Tacoma market.
By: Rattler347 on March 14, 2018
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