KFTG

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For the airport with the ICAO code KFTG, see Front Range Airport.
KFTG
City Pasadena, Texas
Broadcast area Houston, Texas
Slogan Radio Aleluya
Frequency 88.1 MHz
Translator(s) 88.1 K201EU (Katy)
88.1 K201DZ (Port Bolivar/Galveston)
First air date October 27, 1982 (as KJIC)
Format Christian
Language(s) Spanish
ERP KFTG: 700 watts
K201EU: 250 watts
K201DZ: 200 watts
HAAT KFTG: 57 meters
K201EU: 61 meters
K201DZ: 89 meters
Class KFTG: A
K201EU; K201DZ: D
Facility ID KFTG: 12969
K201EU: 88918
K201DZ: 85717
Transmitter coordinates KFTG:29°41′18″N 95°12′7″W / 29.68833°N 95.20194°W / 29.68833; -95.20194
K201EU: 29°49′19″N 95°52′58″W / 29.82194°N 95.88278°W / 29.82194; -95.88278
K201DZ: 29°19′28″N 94°47′8″W / 29.32444°N 94.78556°W / 29.32444; -94.78556
Former callsigns KJIC (1982-1994)
Owner Aleluya Christian Broadcasting, Inc.
Sister stations KABA-FM KQUE-FM KQUE KCOH KJOZ KRCM KMIC KBRZ KBRZ-FM
Website http://radioaleluya.org/

KFTG (88.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish Religious format. Licensed to Pasadena, Texas, United States, it serves the Houston area. The station is currently owned by Aleluya Christian Broadcasting, Inc.

KFTG rebroadcasts its programming on co-channel 88.1 K201EU to expand coverage into Katy and west Houston, and K201DZ to expand coverage on to Galveston Island, where KFTG's main signal reception is marginal or non-existent.

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