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For the unrelated radio station in Minneapolis, Minnesota that uses the "KFAN-FM" branding, see KFXN-FM.
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City Johnson City, Texas
Branding Texas Rebel Radio
Slogan The Fan
Frequency 107.9 MHz
First air date May 21, 1990 (as KBKK)
Format Adult album alternative
ERP 8,700 watts
HAAT 168 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 22671
Transmitter coordinates 30°11′49″N 98°38′19″W / 30.19694°N 98.63861°W / 30.19694; -98.63861Coordinates: 30°11′49″N 98°38′19″W / 30.19694°N 98.63861°W / 30.19694; -98.63861
Callsign meaning FAN
Former callsigns KBKK (1990-1991)
KFAN (1991-1991)
Owner J. & J. Fritz Media, Ltd.
Website www.texasrebelradio.com

KFAN-FM (107.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an adult album alternative format. Licensed to Johnson City, Texas, United States, the station is owned by J. & J. Fritz Media, Ltd.[1]


The station went on the air as KBKK on May 21, 1990. On February 8, 1991, the station changed its call sign to KFAN, and on July 16, 1991, to the current KFAN-FM.[2]

The station is often referred to simply as "The Fan."

Some of the past KFAN DJs/Hosts include:

  • Steve Coffman (deceased)
  • Ron Houston (deceased)


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