KFTG

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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 m (187 ft)
K201EU: 61 m (200 ft)
K201DZ: 89 m (292 ft)
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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