KHTR

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KHTR
CityPullman, Washington
Broadcast areaPullman, Washington
Moscow, Idaho
BrandingNew Country 104.3
Frequency104.3 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s)K280FQ 103.9 Lewiston, Idaho
K284BW Moscow, Idaho (HD2)
First air date1967 (as KPUL-FM)
FormatCountry HD1
Oldies HD2
ERP24,000 watts
HAAT509 meters
ClassC1
Facility ID54722
Former callsignsKPUL-FM (1967–1975)
KQQQ (1975-1983)
KQQQ-FM (1983-1988)
OwnerRadio Palouse
Sister stationsKQQQ
WebcastHD1
(HD2)
Websitepullmanradio.com

KHTR is a commercial HD radio station in Pullman, Washington, broadcasting to the Pullman, Washington-Moscow, Idaho area on 104.3 FM. The main analog and HD1 signals air a country music format branded as "New Country 104-3".

HD Radio[edit]

KHTR was the first commercial station in the Pullman, Washington-Moscow, Idaho area with a licensed and operational HD Radio transmitter. simulcasting sister station KQQQ on their HD2 channel. They broadcast a format similar to the KQQQ news/talk format on their HD3 channel, which is modified for the Lewiston, ID and Clarkston, WA listening areas, and also carried on an FM translator covering the same listening areas.

In September 2019, KHTR HD2 started airing an oldies format branded as "Hits 104.7", which airs on translator K284BW in Moscow, Idaho. It had previously been used to give sister station KQQQ an FM outlet. KQQQ programming is now aired on FM in the Pullman–Moscow area on its own translator at 102.1 FM.

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Coordinates: 46°48′40″N 116°54′58″W / 46.811°N 116.916°W / 46.811; -116.916