The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 1500 kHz:[2] The Federal Communications Commission categorizes 1500 AM as a U.S. clear-channel frequency.[5] WFED and KSTP are the dominant Class A stations on 1500 AM.

In Argentina

  • LT 22 in Pehuajo, Buenos Aires (Defunct)
  • LRI 208 in Lavallol, Buenos Aires
  • LT 45 in San Javier, Misiones (Defunct?)
  • LU 1 in Melchor Romero, Buenos Aires
  • LT 34 in Zarate, Buenos Aires

In Mexico

In the United States

  • KANI in Wharton, Texas
  • KBRN in Boerne, Texas
  • KCLF in New Roads, Louisiana
  • KDFN in Doniphan, Missouri
  • KHKA in Honolulu, Hawaii
  • KJIM in Sherman, Texas
  • KMXO in Merkel, Texas
  • KPGM in Pawhuska, Oklahoma
  • KSJX in San Jose, California
  • KSTP (AM) in Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • WAKE (AM) in Valparaiso, Indiana
  • WAYS (AM) in Macon, Georgia
  • WBRI in Indianapolis, Indiana
  • WBZI in Xenia, Ohio
  • WDEB (AM) in Jamestown, Tennessee
  • WDPC in Dallas, Georgia
  • WFED in Washington, District of Columbia
  • WFIF in Milford, Connecticut
  • WGHT in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey
  • WKAX in Russellville, Alabama
  • WKIZ in Key West, Florida
  • WKXO in Berea, Kentucky
  • WLQV in Detroit, Michigan
  • WMJL (AM) in Marion, Kentucky
  • WMNT (AM) in Manati, Puerto Rico
  • WPJX in Zion, Illinois
  • WPMB in Vandalia, Illinois
  • WPOT in Trenton, Tennessee
  • WPSO in New Port Richey, Florida
  • WQCR in Alabaster, Alabama
  • WQMS in Quitman, Mississippi
  • WSEM in Donalsonville, Georgia
  • WSMX in Winston-Salem, North Carolina
  • WVSM in Rainsville, Alabama
  • WZZQ in Gaffney, South Carolina