KGTO

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KGTO
City Tulsa, Oklahoma
Branding Heart & Soul 99.1 & 1050
Slogan "The Pulse Of The City"
Frequency 1050 kHz
Translator(s) 99.1 K256CR (Tulsa)
Format Urban Adult Contemporary
Power 1000 watts (day)
22 watts (Night)
Class D
Facility ID 65766
Transmitter coordinates 36°09′35″N 96°03′09″W / 36.15972°N 96.05250°W / 36.15972; -96.05250
Callsign meaning Greater Tulsa Oldies
Former callsigns KFMJ, KRAV[1]
Owner Perry Publishing and Broadcasting
(KJMM, Inc.)
Website KGTO Online

KGTO (1050 AM, "Heart & Soul 99.1 & 1050") is a radio station licensed to serve Tulsa, Oklahoma. The station is owned by Perry Publishing and Broadcasting and licensed to KJMM, Inc. It airs an Urban Adult Contemporary music format.[2] Its studios are located in the Copper Oaks complex in South Tulsa.

The station has been assigned these call letters by the Federal Communications Commission since February 1, 1982,[1] having chosen them to signify "Greater Tulsa's Oldies", a format change. Previous formats included country music and religious broadcasting.[3]

KGTO's transmitter site at 5400 West Edison was depicted in 1988 in UHF[4] as the location of fictional television station "U-62".[5] While a transmitter tower remains at this location, the original building at the site was removed in 2001.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 
  2. ^ "Winter 2008 Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 
  3. ^ A little history of KFMJ 1050 AM, Wayne McCombs, Tulsa TV Memories
  4. ^ UHF - My 15 Year Pilgrimage, Rob O'Hara
  5. ^ Tulsa TV Memories: Tulsa UHF locations

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