Previous Format: Classic Rock “Classic Rock 96.9” New Format: Classic Hits “Fun 96.9” Date & Time Of Change: December 28, 2015 at 6:00am More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by Justin Hogan
Previous Format: CHR “Now 92.9” New Format: Alternative “92.9 The Edge” Date & Time Of Change: December 23, 2015 at 5:00pm More Info: RadioInsight
Previous Format: Classic Country “King Country 97.3” New Format: Christian Preaching “Oklahoma Catholic Radio” Date & Time Of Change: February 28, 2013 at 10:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by Ryan Beam
Previous Format: Active Rock New Format: 80’s Rock Date & Time Of Change: December 29, 2009 at 10:00am More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Aircheck contributed by Ryan Beam
Previous Format: Spanish Sports New Format: Modern Rock Date & Time Of Change: November 23, 2009 at 12:00am More Info: Wikipedia Related Changes: 105.3 KLGH Becomes The Spy
Previous Format: Sports New Format: Modern Rock Date & Time Of Change: August 23, 2002 at 7:00pm More Info: Wikipedia Related Changes: 105.3 The Spy Returns
WWLS-FM (WWLS The Sports Animal) becomes Country K-Bull 104.9 (now KQBL). The sports format continues at WWLS-AM 640 and KLGH-FM 105.3 (which began simulcasting The Sports Animal on April 1) It was pretty anti-climatic. A commercial was interrupted on 104.9 then the new Legal fired up. K-Bull has begin a war with Hot Country KTST (101.9 The Twister). Each station now claims to playing 31-in-a-row. Many thanks to OKCRadio.net for contributing this switchover, logos, and summary .
Citadel Broadcasting’s “The Sports Animal” (WWLS 640) began to simulcast its Sports-Talk format on KLGH 105.3. The station’s current FM simulcast, WWLS-FM 104.9, while still simulcasting WWLS at the moment, would flip to country a few days later. Though the dial position of the FM simulcast is changing, the station continues to broadcast on WWLS 640. Until this week, KLGH was a Contemporary Christian station. Citadel had agreed to purchase the it from Kingfisher County Broadcasting for $3.1 million. KLGH’s metro coverage is significantly less than that of WWLS-FM, as the 105.3 signal only reaches the northwestern suburbs of Oklahoma City. This signal, however, fills a hole in WWLS 640’s directional antenna pattern that WWLS-FM could not. Listeners in dow...
This station had been KTNT and at 97.7 since 1988. It moved to 97.9 to boost its power to 6,000 watts. One year before the flip, then-owner Caribou Broadcasting, relaunched it as KCYI “The City 97.9” making it a Urban AC/Jazz hybrid. Caribou was bought by Citadel Broadcasting (along with four other stations in Oklahoma City) in January of 2000. On Monday, January 24 at noon, the station began stunting with a computerized voice counting down. Along with the countdown were jokes and jabs at the competition. Examples: “Linda Cavanaugh is a fox.” (She is a longtime news anchor at KFOR-TV 4 in Oklahoma City) “Tell someone about this. In fact, someone tell Mike McCoy” (McCoy is the long time program director of CHR KJYO “KJ-103”) “Jeff Couch ...