KZXL HOT96.3 logo.jpg
Broadcast areaLufkin-Nacogdoches
Frequency96.3 MHz
BrandingHot 96.3
FormatUrban Contemporary
  • Pentagon Communications, LLC.
  • (Amy Yates)
First air date
June 18, 2002 (as KLSN)
Former call signs
KLSN (2001-2008)
KLJK (2008-2009)
Technical information
Facility ID77846
ERP13,500 watts
HAAT153 meters (502 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
31°20′05.00″N 94°40′10.00″W / 31.3347222°N 94.6694444°W / 31.3347222; -94.6694444Coordinates: 31°20′05.00″N 94°40′10.00″W / 31.3347222°N 94.6694444°W / 31.3347222; -94.6694444
WebsiteKZXL on Facebook


KZXL was first proposed by Harold J. Haley Jr., the son of longtime Livingston, Texas radio broadcaster Harold J. Haley Sr., who owned and operated KETX, KETX-FM and KETX-LP. A Construction Permit to build the facility was granted by the Federal Communications Commission on March 20, 2001. The facility was built and received its License to Cover on June 18, 2002. The station was originally programmed with a Classic Country format, branded as "Cat Country".

The station was assigned the call sign KLSN on October 12, 2001, during construction of the facility. The station changed its call sign on to KLJK on July 4, 2008, and to the current KZXL on March 3, 2009.[1]

The station has no affiliation with internet radio hobbyist Allen Fitts who has operated an online station with the same call sign, which largely, has been used as a platform of online bullying toward residents of the cities of Woodville, Texas and Marshall, Texas.


  1. ^ "KZXL Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2009-08-22.