About

Mission

KNAU is the premier source of balanced, accurate information, civilized discourse, and cultural inspiration in northern Arizona.  We reflect the distinctive qualities of our region and operate in efficient and sustainable ways. KNAU is a public service of Northern Arizona University.

Employment

Please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page to check current employment opportunities at KNAU.

Listen to us

KNAU serves a huge coverage area: ranging from Kingman on the west to Ganado on the east; Grand Canyon Village and Page on the north to the fringes of the Phoenix metro area on the south. KNAU's coverage area also includes both the Navajo and Hopi Reservations.

News and Talk (FM)                                                               

  • Flagstaff: 91.7                                                                               
  • Cottonwood and the Verde Valley: 103.3                            
  • Grand Canyon: 90.3                                                                   
  • Page: 102.7                                                                                   
  • Prescott 89.3                                      

Classical Music and News (FM)    

  • 88.7 Flagstaff and Sedona
  • 102.5 Cottonwood and the Verde Valley
  • 89.3 Kingman
  • 93.5 Payson
  • 106.1 Prescott
  • 90.7 Show Low and the White Mountains
  • 105.3 Vernon/Concho

Station History

KNAU has been a public service of Northern Arizona University for over 35 years.  Since signing on in 1983, KNAU has expanded to serve the greater northern Arizona region, providing two programming streams, Classical Music and NPR News and Talk.  KNAU is constantly striving to better serve northern Arizona by improving radio signals to outlying areas.  Since  1983, we have constructed 13 transmitters and, in 2008, started construction on a satellite interconnection system. Over the years, KNAU’s news department has won dozens of Edward R. Murrow awards for news writing, best newsroom, and best feature news stories.