|City of license||Enid, Oklahoma|
|Broadcast area||Oklahoma City Metroplex|
|Slogan||"Continuous Country Favorites"|
|Callsign meaning||K-Oklahoma F M|
|Owner||Williams Broadcasting LLC|
The heritage KOFM call letters were on an Oklahoma City Top 40 station on 104.1. Audio from this era can be found at http://radiowavesokc.dyndns.org/DISK%201/airchecks/KOFM/ . KOFM dropped its format in 1986 to become AC "Magic 104" KMGL. The owners of Enid station KUAL (short for "Quality Radio") saw a local opportunity for a better callsign, and switched their station from beautiful music to a top 40 format—and applied for the recently abandoned KOFM call letters. KOFM launched with the slogan "Maximum Music".
KOFM original on-air talent was JJ Scott in mornings, Frank Baker in Afternoons, also Keith Hillyard and J. Curtis Huckleberry. Beyond those day parts, much of KOFM was automated. A much more diverse mix of Top 40 music before the flip to the current Contemporary Country format in the early 90s.
In the late 1980s, KOFM became the most popular radio station in NW Oklahoma as its "ski-shirts" were seen all over. The station's "Maximum Music Machine" remote broadcast vehicle could be found throughout NW Oklahoma.
As stated in the early 1990s, 103.1 KOFM switched to Contemporary Country as it remains today. Live and Local community driven in which it is one of two live and local on-air stations (KGWA-AM is the other) serving Enid and the surrounding area reaching into 14 counties. The other stations serving the market are run by Citadel Media/ABC Radio Networks.
Alan Clepper took over in the mornings and duties of Program Director in 1999. The KOFM Morning Show which is known as Clepper in the Mornings is rated by Arbitron as #1 in AM Drive in NW Oklahoma. 103.1 KOFM "Continuous Country Favorites" has remained live and local, and is the most listened to radio station in Enid and Garfield County according to Arbitron. J. Curtis Huckleberry is still a staple in the community and is News Director for KOFM and its sister station, News Talk 960 KGWA. Both Alan and J. Curtis have been recognized by the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters as "Personality of the Year" as well as nationally with Radio Ink magazine. 103.1 KOFM has been recognized as "Station of the Year" by the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters and a finalist as "Small Market Station of the Year" by Radio Ink magazine. Both 103.1 KOFM and AM 960 KGWA are owned by Williams Broadcasting. Daniel J. Smith, is the General Manager of Williams Broadcasting. Cheryl Myatt is the General Sales Manager of KOFM.
- KOFM official website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for KOFM
- Radio-Locator information on KOFM
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KOFM
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