KTON
KRZI-KTON 1660-92.3-1330-100.9 logo.png
Frequency1330 kHz
1660 kHz KRZI (Waco, Texas)
BrandingESPN Central Texas
Programming
FormatSports
AffiliationsESPN Radio
Ownership
Owner
  • Milam Broadcasting Company
  • (Gary L. Moss)
KRZI, KEKR, KRMX
History
First air date
1955 (67 years ago) (1955) (as KMIL)
Former call signs
KMIL (1955-2007)
KTAE (2007-2012)[1]
Call sign meaning
BelTON (revived after original 940 kHz Belton facility was deleted)
Technical information
Facility ID42367
ClassD
Power500 watts (day)
97 watts (night)
Transmitter coordinates
30°50′48.00″N 96°57′55.00″W / 30.8466667°N 96.9652778°W / 30.8466667; -96.9652778Coordinates: 30°50′48.00″N 96°57′55.00″W / 30.8466667°N 96.9652778°W / 30.8466667; -96.9652778
Translator(s)See § Translators
Links
WebcastListen Live
Website1660espn.com

KTON (1330 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station broadcasting a sports radio format. Licensed to Cameron, Texas, United States, the station is owned by Milam Broadcasting Company.[2] KTON simulcasts AM 1660 KRZI in Waco.

Programming is also heard on an FM translator station, 100.9 K265DV in Temple. KTON and KRZI are ESPN Radio Network affiliates.

Translators

Broadcast translators of KTON
Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license Facility
ID
ERP
(W)
Height
(m (ft))
Class Transmitter coordinates FCC info Notes
K265DV 100.9 Temple, Texas 157303 250 (vertical) 110.7 m (363 ft) D 31°6′42.00″N 97°17′49.00″W / 31.1116667°N 97.2969444°W / 31.1116667; -97.2969444 FCC LMS First air date: July 16, 2007
K230CH 93.9 Temple, Texas 200605 250 (vertical) 88 m (289 ft) D 31°6′42.00″N 97°17′49.00″W / 31.1116667°N 97.2969444°W / 31.1116667; -97.2969444 FCC LMS First air date: TBD

History

At one time, the station was programmed similarly to sister station KCAA in Southern California, with programs including Brother Stair, Alex Jones, Free Talk Live, and Barry W. Lynn.

It used to be licensed as "KMIL," but changed its call sign to "KTAE" on August 1, 2007, and again to "KTON" on December 17, 2012.[1]

KTON is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network.

References

  1. ^ a b "Call Sign History". CDBS Public Access Database. U.S. Federal Communications Commission Media Bureau. December 17, 2012. Retrieved January 12, 2013.
  2. ^ "KTON Facility Record". U.S. Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2009-10-19.