KEWL-FM

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KEWL-FM/KGAP
KEWL logo.png
City KEWL: New Boston, Texas
KGAP: Clarksville, Texas
Broadcast area Texarkana & Paris, Texas
Branding Kool FM
Slogan The Greatest Hits of all Time
Frequency KEWL: 95.1 MHz
KGAP: 98.5 MHz
First air date KEWL: 1995
KGAP: 1990 (as KCBZ)
Format Classic Hits
ERP KEWL: 25,000 watts
KGAP: 50,000 watts
HAAT KEWL: 99 meters
KGAP: 94 meters
Class KEWL: C3
KGAP: C2
Facility ID KEWL: 38515
KGAP: 4045
Transmitter coordinates KEWL:
33°26′15.00″N 94°25′11.00″W / 33.4375000°N 94.4197222°W / 33.4375000; -94.4197222
KGAP:
33°36′47.00″N 95°1′3.00″W / 33.6130556°N 95.0175000°W / 33.6130556; -95.0175000
Callsign meaning Alternate spelling for "Cool"
Former callsigns KEWL: KBWE (1994-1995) (original FCC assignment but was never used)
KGAP: KCBZ (1988-1993)
Affiliations ABC Radio
Owner American Media Investments
(AMI Radio)
Sister stations KPGG-FM
Webcast Listen Live
Website alwayskool.com

KEWL-FM (95.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a classic hits format. Licensed to New Boston, Texas, United States, it serves the Texarkana, Texas and Arkansas area. The station is currently owned by AMI Radio Group. The station simulcast on KGAP 98.5 FM in Clarksville, with a 50,000 watts signal. Recently, (10/2010) Radio Personalities on KEWL-FM include Kelli O'Neil (KOOL Morning Chick), Jordan on middays, Michael B. (with jokes) on afternoons and Stoney to midnight on KOOL Nights. Fabienne Thrash is on Saturday afternoons.

Station management: Kirk Keller

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