Broadcast areaClovis, New Mexico
Frequency830 kHz
BrandingRocket 980
FormatDefunct (formerly Oldies (KICA simulcast))
OwnerTallgrass Broadcasting
Former call signs
KLZK (1991–1993)
Technical information
Facility ID61572
Power1,100 watts day
10 watts night
Transmitter coordinates
34°29′42″N 103°23′39″W / 34.49500°N 103.39417°W / 34.49500; -103.39417

KMUL (830 AM) was a radio station broadcasting an oldies format. Formerly licensed to Farwell, Texas, United States, the station served the Clovis NM and Muleshoe Texas areas. The station was owned by Tallgrass Broadcasting.[1]


The station was first licensed, as KMUL, on September 7, 1956. The call letters were changed to KLZK on June 14, 1991, then back to KMUL on April 1, 1993.[2]

KMUL's owners surrendered the station's license to the Federal Communications Commission on September 30, 2013. The FCC cancelled the license on March 12, 2014.


  1. ^ "KMUL Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "KMUL Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.