|Broadcast area||Waco, Killeen, Temple, Fort Hood|
|Format||Top 40 (CHR)|
|KBGO, KBRQ, KIIZ-FM, KLFX, KWTX, WACO-FM|
First air date
|December 1, 1970|
Call sign meaning
|HAAT||430 metres (1,410 ft)|
KWTX-FM (97.5 MHz) is a commercial Top 40 (CHR) radio station in Waco, Texas. Branded on air as "97-5 FM", the station is owned and operated by iHeartMedia. Its studios are located on Highway 6 in Waco, and its transmitter is located northeast of Moody, Texas.
KWTX-FM shares its callsign with talk radio formatted sister station KWTX (1230 AM) as well as CBS television affiliate KWTX-TV (Channel 10), owned by Gray Television.
KWTX-FM has been a Top 40/CHR station since February 1985. Prior to it, the station first signed on with an AOR format on December 1, 1970, and later switched to an easy listening/beautiful music format in 1978.
Past morning shows include: " Darren and Chrissy in the morning" with Darren Taylor-Prater and Chrissy Donaldson. Patrick "Flash Phillips" Davis. Bobby Bones. Chris Ling. Jason "Jay" Charles
Other Past Jocks include: John "The Lama" Oakes, Todd Jenkins, Jen Austin, Michael "Magic Man" Wold-Steele, Lori Scott, Jeff "The Jammer" Peck, David "Dangerboy" Meyer, Dave Emley, Vern Pecore, Tamme Taylor, Michael Yo, Jeff Miles, Tyler Thorsen, Chris "Collins" Erlanson, Kramer.
Coordinates: 31°20′16″N 97°18′36″W / 31.33778°N 97.31000°W