KEZP

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KEZP
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City Bunkie, Louisiana
Broadcast area Greater Alexandria
Branding 104.3 The Bridge
Slogan Connecting & Strengthening
Frequency 104.3 MHz
First air date 1989
Format Christian AC
ERP 19,200 watts
HAAT 114 meters (374 ft)
Class C3
Facility ID 51078
Transmitter coordinates 31°5′14.00″N 92°21′34.00″W / 31.0872222°N 92.3594444°W / 31.0872222; -92.3594444
Former callsigns KRBG (1989–1991)
KRBG-FM (1991)
Owner Mapleton Communications
(Mapleton License of Alexandria, LLC)
Sister stations KLAA-FM, KBKK, KEDG
Webcast Listen Live
Website 1043thebridge.net

KEZP (104.3 FM, "104.3 The Bridge") is a radio station broadcasting a Christian AC format. The station is licensed to Bunkie, Louisiana and serves the Alexandria area. The station is currently owned by Mapleton Communications, through licensee Mapleton License of Alexandria, LLC.[1]

The station previously aired an oldies music format before moving to a classic hits format(as "104.3 The Tiger"), then to classic rock in 2005 and alternative rock (as "Red 104-3") on August 4, 2008.

KEZP dropped the alternative music format on January 17, 2011 in favor of a news/talk format, branded as "The Truth." KEZP had a brief stint as EZ Praise 104.3 after the death of their GM Kim Jones in February 2013. At Midnight on June 21st, EZ Praise turned into 104.3 The Bridge.

104.3 The Bridge is currently "local" between the hours of 9am and 10pm. The Salem Radio Network syndicates the station between 10pm and 9am.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KEZP Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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