KACC

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89.7 KACC The Gulf Coast Rocker
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City of license Alvin, Texas
Broadcast area Greater Houston
Branding The Gulf Coast Rocker, KACC 89.7 FM
Frequency 89.7 (MHz)
First air date 1978
Format Album-oriented rock (AOR)
ERP 5,600 watts
HAAT 101 meters
Class A
Facility ID 1205
Transmitter coordinates 29°24′1″N 95°12′13″W / 29.40028°N 95.20361°W / 29.40028; -95.20361Coordinates: 29°24′1″N 95°12′13″W / 29.40028°N 95.20361°W / 29.40028; -95.20361
Callsign meaning Alvin Community College
Former frequencies 91.3 MHz (1978-1992)
Owner Alvin Community College
Website http://www.kaccradio.com

KACC is an album-oriented rock (AOR) formatted radio station based in Alvin, Texas, broadcasting on 89.7 FM in the Greater Houston area. It is under ownership of Alvin Community College, and is run by Mark Moss. Its transmitter is located in Santa Fe-Alvin border.

KACC was originally a volunteer radio station that became a part of the RTV curriculum at Alvin Community College. Founder Cathy Forsythe (1956–2007) was instrumental in making KACC a part of the Alvin/Brazoria County landscape.

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