KTFW-FM

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KTFW-FM
City of license Glen Rose, Texas
Broadcast area

Granbury/Stephenville/

Glen Rose
Branding 92.1 Hank FM
Slogan "Plays Everything Country"
Frequency 92.1 MHz
First air date 1989
Format Country
ERP 25,000 watts
HAAT 432 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 65314
Callsign meaning Texas, Fort Worth
(station's headquarters)
Former callsigns KCLE (1989-1998)
Affiliations FC Dallas (MLS)
Owner LKCM Radio Group
Sister stations KFWR, KRVF
Webcast Listen Live
Website ilove921.com

KTFW-FM (92.1 FM, branded as "Hank FM") is a country radio station focusing on serving the western half of the Fort Worth-Dallas, TX metroplex. It strongly emphasizes classic, traditional, and neotraditional country music. This station is owned and operated by LKCM Radio Group, along with its sister station, "95.9 The Ranch". Although its office is located in downtown Fort Worth, its transmitter is located in Glen Rose, Texas.

KTFW also broadcasts FC Dallas Major League Soccer games, which were once aired on KFCD.

As of January 6, 2012 KTFW has tweaked its Country format to include country music from the 1970s to right now and was rebranded as "Hank FM".


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Coordinates: 32°16′30″N 98°01′23″W / 32.275°N 98.023°W / 32.275; -98.023