|Broadcast area||Houston, Texas|
|Branding||"the one 1230"|
|First air date||February 18, 1948|
|Former callsigns||KNUZ (1948-1997)
|Webcast||broadcast Listen Live WMP
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KCOH (1230 AM) is a radio station in Houston, Texas. The station brand is "The One Twelve Thirty" and broadcast religious music, sports, local talk and associated programming. The station is currently under a LMA to the Dunn organization that provides the programming. Under Liberman, it was "Ranchero", a Mexican music format. The radio station began in 1948 when KTHT (now KBME) vacated this frequency for a stronger signal at 790 kHz. Under the KNUZ callsign, it eventually was a Top40 formatted station through the 1960s, competing with KILT (AM) but eventually Houston outgrew 1230's signal coverage and KILT won the battle in the early 70s. KNUZ then switched to a country format until owner Dave Morris sold the station along with its sister FM, KQUE on 102.9.
Eventually, the callsign KQUE was moved to 1230 and the KNUZ callsign was picked up by another station outside of Houston.
KQUE was once part of a quadrocast of KTJM 98.5 "Houston's Jammin Hits" from May 2001 to July 2001 along with 880 AM, and 103.3 FM. "Jammin Hit's up and down the dial". Before that KQUE was a simulcast of KKRW 93.7 "The Arrow 70's Rock". During a short period KQUE was continuing their MOR standards format previously on their 102.9 counterpart during the ownership days of SFX Broadcasting Corporation which took over ABC radio affiliate KNUZ "K-News" News/Opinion
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