KCUL-FM

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KCUL-FM
KCUL-FM logo.png
City of license Marshall, Texas
Broadcast area Longview-Marshall area
Slogan La Invasora
Frequency 92.3 MHz
First air date 1988-06-08 (as KEEP)
Format Regional Mexican
ERP 5,800 watts
HAAT 100.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 18263
Transmitter coordinates 32°32′26″N 94°24′3″W / 32.54056°N 94.40083°W / 32.54056; -94.40083Coordinates: 32°32′26″N 94°24′3″W / 32.54056°N 94.40083°W / 32.54056; -94.40083
Former callsigns KEEP (1988-1992)
Owner Elliot Evers
(Cosecha Communications LLC, as trustee)
Website lainvasora.fm

KCUL-FM (92.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Regional Mexican format. Licensed to Marshall, Texas, USA, the station serves the Longview-Marshall area. The station is currently owned by Elliot Evers, through licensee Cosecha Communications LLC, as trustee.[1]

History[edit]

The station went on the air as KEEP on 1988-06-08. KEEP was to be the FM counterpart of KCUL 1410. The station license was applied for in 1985. KEEP signed on the air in 1988, and was owned by East Texas Stereo Inc. (Tommy Moore of Shreveport).

On 11/1/1992, the station changed its call sign to the current KCUL-FM. KCUL-FM was a full service oldies station that served the ciry of Marshall, Texas. KCUL-FM had completely live on-air talent 24/7. One of the featured programs was the morning swap shop.

In 2000, long time owner of KCUL AM/FM, East Texas Stereo Inc. sold the combo to Access.1 of New York. The sale coincided with the sale of Cary Kamp's Shreveport, Louisiana cluster to Access.1.

In 2005 KCUL-FM changed format to a Regional Mexican format, and became a simulcast of KOYE in Frankston, Texas.

In 2013 the FCC forced Access.1 to sell two of its FM stations, it was decided that KCUL-FM would be one of those stations and was released to Cosecha Communications LLC, As Trustee (a trust), to be sold at a later date. [2]

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