KLAK

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KLAK
City of license Tom Bean, Texas.
Broadcast area McKinney/Bonham/Greenville/ Sherman/Denison/Richardson/ North Dallas/ Durant
Branding Your Hometown Station, 97.5 KLAK
Slogan Today's Hits & Yesterday's Favorites
Frequency 97.5 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Format Adult contemporary
ERP 32,000 watts.
HAAT 617 feet (188 meters).
Class C2
Facility ID 36265
Callsign meaning K LAKe Texoma
Owner Digity, LLC
(NM License, LLC)
Sister stations KMAD, KMKT
Webcast Listen LIve
Website www.975klak.com

KLAK (97.5 FM) is a radio station mainly serving the "Texoma" region (North Texas/Southern Oklahoma). It has an Adult Contemporary format with some Classic Hits content. Transmitter location: 33° 28' 30.00" N Latitude at 96° 26' 45.00" W Longitude.

History[edit]

KLAK started broadcasting on the 104.9 FM frequency on August 14, 1984, licensed to Denison, Texas. It moved to its present 97.5 FM frequency on May 12, 1987.

The call letters are a reference to nearby Lake Texoma. Unlike many radio stations in North Texas, KLAK has never changed call letters since it began broadcasting.

KLAK is the sister station to KMKT-FM 93.1 (Katy Country) and KMAD-FM 102.5 (Mad Rock 102.5); both based in Sherman, TX.

The KLAK studios, production facilities and business offices are located in the First United Bank Building at 1700 Redbud Blvd in McKinney, TX. The 50KW transmitter and 659' antenna/tower are located approximately 4 miles south-south-east of Tom Bean, TX: [1].

The KLAK audio stream is also available on HD Radio and the Internet at [2].

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Coordinates: 33°28′30″N 96°26′46″W / 33.475°N 96.446°W / 33.475; -96.446