KTUZ (AM)

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KTUZ
City of license Claremore/Tulsa, Oklahoma
Broadcast area Tulsa, Oklahoma
Branding 1270 KTUZ
Frequency 1270 kHz
First air date 1958
Format Classic Hits
Power 5,000 watts daytime, 1,000 watts nighttime
Class B
Former callsigns KWPR, KTRT, KRVT
Owner Ty and Tony Tyler
(Tyler Media LLC)
Website http://www.quebuenatulsa.com/home/

″KTUZ″ (1270 AM) is a regional mexican music oriented radio station located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. KTUZ is owned by Ty and Tony Tyler, through licensee Tyler Media, LLC.

KTUZ transmits with a directional signal during day and night. The day signal is maximized to send a 13,000 watt ERP lobe up and down I-44. The day and night signal has been designed to provide the best possible coverage for Tulsa and the surrounding population centers.

The station originated as KWPR in Claremore, Oklahoma in 1958. The call letters were a tribute to famous Oklahoman Will Rogers - William Penn Rogers.

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Coordinates: 36°15′55″N 95°42′37″W / 36.26528°N 95.71028°W / 36.26528; -95.71028