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For the Cotton Plant, Arkansas radio station that held the call sign KAPW at 99.3 FM from 2005 to 2011, see KERL.
City of license White Oak, Texas
Broadcast area Longview-Marshall area
Branding Power 99.3
Slogan Maximum Hits
Frequency 99.3 MHz
First air date June 1, 1997 (as KIXK)
Format Top 40/CHR
ERP 34,000 watts
HAAT 165 meters
Class C2
Facility ID 78631
Transmitter coordinates 32°35′17.00″N 94°58′53.00″W / 32.5880556°N 94.9813889°W / 32.5880556; -94.9813889
Former callsigns KIXK (1997-2004)
KLBL (2004-2005)
KVEE (2005-2007)
KAJK (2007-2009)
KZTK (2009-2013)
Owner Reynolds Radio, Inc.
Webcast Listen Live
Website power993.fm

KAPW (99.3 FM, "Power 99.3") is a contemporary hit radio radio station licensed to White Oak, Texas, USA. The station serves the Longview-Marshall area. The station is currently owned by Reynolds Radio, Inc.[1]


The station was assigned the call sign KIXK on June 1, 1997. February 15, 2004, the station changed its call sign to KLBL. Several times after that, the call sign was changed: 08-15-2005 to KVEE; 02-22-2007 to KAJK; 04-29-2009 to KZTK; and 07-23-2013 to the current KAPW.[2]

On February 15, 2013, KZTK dropped its talk format and began stunting.[3] The next day (February 16), KZTK launched a contemporary hit radio format, branded as "Power 99.3".


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