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For the AM radio station in Houston, Texas, United States, see KHCB (AM).
"KHVT", "KALD", "KRTG", and "KHML" redirects here. It is not to be confused with KTHV, KTVH, or KHTV.
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City Houston, Texas
Broadcast area Greater Houston
Branding Keeping Him Close By
Frequency 105.7 MHz
Repeater(s) 104.9 K285GD (Beaumont)
106.7 K294BW (Vidor)
First air date 105.7: March 9, 1962
104.9: October 6, 2011
106.7: December 7, 2011
Format Christian radio
Language(s) English
Audience share 0.0 Steady (current, Nielsen Audio[1])
ERP 105.7: 100,000 watts
104.9: 92 watts
106.7: 250 watts
HAAT 105.7: 492 m (1,614 ft)
104.9: 156 m (512 ft)
106.7: 100 m (328 ft)
Class 105.7: C
104.9: D
106.7: D
Facility ID 105.7: 27702
104.9: 140122
106.7: 140140
Transmitter coordinates 29°34′6″N 95°29′57″W / 29.56833°N 95.49917°W / 29.56833; -95.49917
Callsign meaning K Houston Christian Broadcasters (owner/flagship station)
Keeping Him Close By (slogan)
Owner Houston Christian Broadcasters, Inc.
Sister stations KHCB, KALD, KHCH
Webcast Listen Live

KHCB-FM (105.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Christian radio format.

Licensed to Houston, Texas, United States, the station serves the Houston area. The station is owned by Houston Christian Broadcasters, Inc.[1] Since 1962, this station has offered Christian programming on a noncommercial basis. KHCB is the flagship station for a network of 28 stations.


KHCB-FM and KHCB-AM station offices

KHCB-FM's programming consists of Christian music and Christian talk and teaching programs including; In Touch with Charles Stanley, Insight for Living with Chuck Swindoll, The Urban Alternative with Tony Evans, Back to the Bible, Revive our Hearts with Nancy Leigh DeMoss, Truth for Life with Alistair Begg, Love Worth Finding with Adrian Rogers, Breakpoint with Eric Metaxas and John Stonestreet, and Turning Point with David Jeremiah.[2]

Network of stations[edit]

KHCB-FM is also carried on 16 other full powered stations that are owned by Houston Christian Broadcasters, Inc., as well as 4 affiliate stations, and 9 low powered translators.[3]

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
KANJ 91.1 Giddings, Texas 450 A FCC
KHTA 92.5 Wake Village, Texas 25,000 C3 FCC
KKER 88.7 Kerrville, Texas 52,000 C1 FCC
KHCP 89.3 Paris, Texas 21,000 C3 FCC
KHCL 92.5 Arcadia, Louisiana 6,000 A FCC
KHCJ 91.9 Jefferson, Texas 3,200 A FCC
KHIB 88.5 Bastrop, Texas 4,000 A FCC
KHVT 91.5 Bloomington, Texas 46,000 C2 FCC
KHML 91.5 Madisonville, Texas 95,000 C1 FCC
KBLC 91.5 Fredericksburg, Texas 3,100 A FCC
KALD 91.9 Caldwell, Texas 30,000 C2 FCC
KHPO 91.9 Port O'Connor, Texas 4,000 A FCC
KHBW 91.7 Brownwood, Texas 420 A FCC
KHMD 104.7 Mansfield, Louisiana 25,000 C3 FCC
KRTG 88.3 Carthage, Texas 14,000 C3 FCC

Low powered translators[edit]

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
K285GD 104.9 Beaumont, Texas 92 D FCC
K265DH 100.9 Bryan, Texas 250 D FCC
K203CX 88.1 San Marcos, Texas 8 D FCC
K202EA 88.3 Lockhart, Texas 250 D FCC
K215FD 90.9 Round Rock, Texas 75 D FCC
K294BW 106.7 Vidor, Texas 250 D FCC
K204DL 88.7 Natchitoches, Louisiana 170 D FCC
K245BA 96.9 Shreveport, Louisiana 205 D FCC
K234AY 94.7 Ruston, Louisiana 140 D FCC

Affiliate stations[edit]

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
KFXT 90.7 Sulphur, Oklahoma 7,000 C3 KFXT FCC
KFXH 88.7 Marlow, Oklahoma 2,150 A FCC
KFXU 90.5 Chickasha, Oklahoma 10,000 C3 KFXU FCC
WNSS 89.3 Palm Coast, Florida 4,000 A FCC


  1. ^ "KHCB-FM Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 
  2. ^ Weekday Program Schedule  :: Mon - Fri 5 AM - 7 PM KHCB. Accessed September 10, 2012
  3. ^ KHCB Radio Network Outlets KHCB. Accessed September 10, 2012

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