KZBB
Broadcast areaFort Smith, Arkansas
Frequency97.9 MHz
BrandingB98
Programming
FormatHot adult contemporary
Ownership
Owner
KKBD, KMAG, KWHN
History
First air date
1967 (as KLCO-FM at 98.3)
Former call signs
KLCO-FM (1967-1979)
KLUP (1979-1984)[1]
KZZE (1984-86)
KZZE-FM (4/1986-7/1986)
Former frequencies
98.3 MHz (1967-1975)
Call sign meaning
K Z B B (branding 2x)
Technical information
Facility ID72715
ClassC
ERP100,000 watts
HAAT610 meters (2,000 ft)
Links
WebcastListen Live
Websitekzbb.iheart.com

KZBB (97.9 FM) is a commercial radio station in Poteau, Oklahoma, broadcasting to the Fort Smith, Arkansas, area. KZBB airs a hot adult contemporary music format. Before it rebrand back to its B-98 name, it was known as The Zebra 97.9, and had a Mainstream Rock format beginning in the mid-1990s.

History

KZBB is formerly known as "B-98", airing a CHR format beginning from 1986 until 1992. In 1992, the station became an adult contemporary format known as “Star 98”, and then rock a few years later, initially as “Red Hot Radio 97.9, Star 98”, and later as “Zebra 98.” In October 1997, KZBB flipped back to Top 40 and rebranded back to its former "B98" name.

References

  1. ^ "FCC History Cards for KZBB".((cite web)): CS1 maint: url-status (link)

Coordinates: 35°04′19″N 94°40′48″W / 35.072°N 94.680°W / 35.072; -94.680