KRAV-FM

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KRAV-FM
City of license Tulsa, Oklahoma
Broadcast area Tulsa, Oklahoma
Branding Mix 96
Slogan Today's Best Music
Frequency 96.5 MHz
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 453 meters
Class C
Facility ID 65764
Callsign meaning KRAV-is (Named after former owner, George Kravis)
Owner Cox Media Group
Sister stations KWEN, KRMG, KRMG-FM, KJSR, KOKI-TV, KMYT-TV
Webcast Listen Live
Website www.mix96tulsa.com

KRAV-FM (96.5 FM), known as "Mix 96 - Today's Best Music", is a radio station in Tulsa, Oklahoma, owned by Cox Radio. The station plays a mix of pop music from the 1980s, 1990s, and today. The station's call letters are taken from the name of long-time owner George Kravis. Kravis sold the station to Cox in 1996. The station began as an easy listening station in the 1960s and flipped to a Hot AC format in 1976 as "FM 96". Owned by Cox Media Group. Its studios are located in South Tulsa and the transmitter is in the Osage Reservation north of Sand Springs, Oklahoma.

On the Air[edit]

Mornings - Tad & Lindsey

Middays - Dena Fletcher

Afternoons - Chuck Stevens

Nights - Vito

Weekends - Ray Wilson, Matt Bradley, Steve Hunter, Joe Cortez "Retro Pop Reunion" and Kid Kelly "Backtrax USA 80s and 90s"

Weather and news provided by Co-owned television station Fox23 KOKI

Cox Communications

Mix96 KRAV also simulcasts 24/7 on Cox Communications digital cable channel 965

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Coordinates: 36°11′46″N 96°05′53″W / 36.196°N 96.098°W / 36.196; -96.098