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City Dardanelle, Arkansas
Frequency 980 kHz
First air date 1980
Format Talk radio
Power 5,000 watts day
32 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 31885
Transmitter coordinates 35°13′20″N 93°10′8″W / 35.22222°N 93.16889°W / 35.22222; -93.16889Coordinates: 35°13′20″N 93°10′8″W / 35.22222°N 93.16889°W / 35.22222; -93.16889
Owner Bobby Caldwell
(EAB of Russellville, LLC)
Website Official website

KCAB (980 AM) is a radio station licensed to Dardanelle, Arkansas, United States. The station is currently owned by Bobby Caldwell's East Arkansas Broadcasters, through licensee EAB of Russellville, LLC.[1][2]

Formerly owned by Max Media, KCAB and five other stations were sold to current owners East Arkansas Broadcasters for $3 million; the transaction was consummated on January 9, 2014. The station simulcasts on a translator, FM 97.1.


KCAB's weekday local programming includes the "Swap Shop" program from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m (also airs on Saturdays); and "Spotlight on the River Valley," a local talk show hosted by Johnny Story. Syndicated programming includes "Good Day" with Doug Stephan, The Rush Limbaugh Show and Sean Hannity. The station also airs Arkansas Tech University sports.


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