KCWM
KCWM 1460 logo.jpg
CityHondo, Texas
Frequency1460 kHz
BrandingKCWM 1460
Programming
Formatcountry music
Ownership
OwnerHondo Communications, Inc.
Technical information
Facility ID21673
ClassB
Power500 watts day
226 watts night
Transmitter coordinates
29°21′42.00″N 99°7′42.00″W / 29.3616667°N 99.1283333°W / 29.3616667; -99.1283333
Links
Websitekcwm.net

KCWM (1460 AM) is a radio station licensed in Hondo, Texas, United States. The station is owned by Hondo Communications, Inc.[1] The music format is "The World's Best Country" emphasizes traditional country music.

The station also broadcasts high school sports for Hondo, Medina Valley, and D'Hanis High Schools in Medina County, Texas as well as agricultural information on the Morning Report 6 to 6:30 a.m. and on the Midday Report at 12 noon.

THE MORNING REPORT – 6 to 6:30 a.m. Weather, agricultural news, market reports and feature programming from the Texas Farm Bureau Radio Network.

THE MORNING SHOW, from 6 to 9 a.m., Monday - Friday. A music, weather, talk, and community events format. South Texas listeners start the day with “Carr-Toons on the Radio” and "Your Grandaddy's Country" on the Morning Show on KCWM AM 1460

MIDDAY REPORT – 12 Noon. Weather, agricultural news, market reports and feature programming from the Texas Farm Bureau Radio Network.

In 2019, controlling interest in Hondo Communications, Inc. and KCWM radio transferred to Ann Harwood.

References

  1. ^ "KCWM Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.