KYOK

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KYOK
KYOK AMen Radio.png
City of license Conroe, Texas
Broadcast area Greater Houston
Branding 1140 KYOK AMen Radio
Slogan It's The Anointing That Makes The Difference
Frequency 1140 kHz
First air date May 12, 1947
Format Urban contemporary gospel
Power 5,000 watts (daytime)
Class D
Facility ID 40484
Transmitter coordinates 30°20′40″N 95°27′32″W / 30.34444°N 95.45889°W / 30.34444; -95.45889
Former callsigns KATL (1947-1954)
KYOK (1954-1999)
Former frequencies 1590 kHz (1947-1999)
Owner Martin Broadcasting
Webcast Listen Live
Website kyokradio.com

KYOK (branded as AMen Radio 1140) AM is an Urban contemporary gospel radio station in the Houston, Texas metropolitan area operating at 1140 AM during the daytime hours only. It is currently owned by Martin Broadcasting.

For a time, KYOK operated on AM frequency 1590 from 1954 to 1999.

KYOK 1590 AM in Houston, Texas became an urban contemporary gospel radio station in January 1995 owned by Faith Broadcasting, Inc. Alvin "Brother Al" McCottry was its first general manager along with Alan H. Lee the station's first program director and host of one of the first daily midday talk shows ever heard on gospel radio) was its first program director. Both "Brother Al" and Alan Lee are often credited[by whom?] as major pioneers of the urban contemporary gospel radio sound. DJs include [but are not limited to]: Michael Mosley (mornings), Ed Grice (music director and afternoons), Seneca Gilbert (promotions director and middays), Jeffrey L. Boney aka "JBoney" (on-air personality and teen talk show host), Corliss A. Rabb (weekends), Adrienne Rowe (weekends), Barry "T" Thomas (Friday Night Praise party), Nzinga Rideaux, Anthony Valery, Eric Taylor, Gene Moore, Jr., others. Stacy Macardell was the first sales manager; Sheronda Harrell (sales).

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