Radio Station Information

1090 The Patriot

KPTR 1090 AM

Seattle's Real Talk

City of License:
Seattle, WA


Seattle-Tacoma, WA

Web site:

Live Stream:

iHeartMedia (Capstar Tx, LLC)


KPTR is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1090 KHz. The station is licensed to Seattle, WA and is part of the Seattle-Tacoma, WA radio market. The station broadcasts News/Talk programming and goes by the name "1090 The Patriot" on the air with the slogan "Seattle's Real Talk". KPTR is owned by iHeartMedia.

With the merger of CBS Radio and Entercom completed on November 17, 2017, the station became part of the new combined Entercom.

Nearby Radio Stations

The Truth 770, 710 ESPN, KVI AM 570, Sports Radio 950 KJR, KGNW 820 AM, KVSH 101.9 FM, News Radio 1000 / 97.7, El Rey 1360, KUPS 90.1 The Sound, KTQA 95.3 FM

Co-Owned Radio Stations in Seattle-Tacoma, WA

106.1 KISS FM, Seattle's BIN 850, 96.5 Jack FM, 95.7 The Jet Seattle, Sports Radio 93.3 KJR, Sports Radio 950 KJR, KZOK 102.5 FM

Listener Comments and Reviews

I absolutely love 1090 AM radio. I listen to Progressive Talk radio off and on throughout the day for the last 4 years! Thank you for the well educated Thom Hartmann show whose facts and research are amazing and respectful. His passion for the truth and for developing a compassionate humanity is wonderful and I support that. Norman Goldman legal viewpoint on subjects are very helpful. I love his vulnerability and his sense of humor. His desire to help and wake up the common man are received with gratitude by me. I love the Ring of Fire show with so much educational information on important issues! Thanks and keep up the good work! Ingrid
By: Ingrid on October 6, 2012

Someone should make a video and/or song about "It's all about the ball" for the Seahawks. Use the music and sound from "It's all about the bass" by Megahn Trainor. Because you know I'm all about that ball, 'Bout that ball, no fumble We are all 'bout that ball, 'bout that ball, no fumble Hawks all 'bout that ball, 'bout that ball, no fumble you can use fumble INT etc. Do you know anyone that can do this? If you do go for it, you have my permission for the idea. Thanks , Bill
By: Bill on January 18, 2015

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