|Branding||AM 950/100.7 FM|
|Slogan||Lubbock's News, Talk, Sports|
|First air date||1947 as KSEL (according to 1948 edition of Broadcasting Yearbook)|
|Format||Talk & Sports|
|Power||5,000 watts Day
500 watts Night
|Callsign meaning||Shares callsign of sister TV station, KJTV|
|Former callsigns||KSEL, KXTQ|
|Affiliations||FOX News Radio, Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports, Texas State Networks, Texas Rangers, Dallas Cowboys, Dow Jones Report, FOX Business Network, NBC Sports Radio|
|Sister stations||KLBB-FM, KLZK, KTTU-FM, KXTQ-FM, KJTV-TV, KJTV-CD, KLCW-TV, KMYL, KXTQ-CD, KLBB-LD|
KJTV (950 AM, "AM 950/100.7 FM") is a Lubbock, Texas, radio station broadcasting with a daytime power of 5,000 watts. Programming includes both local and nationally syndicated talk shows. It is owned by Ramar Communications, co-owned with several sister radio and television stations including its television partner. Its studios are located at 98th and University in south Lubbock, and its transmitter is in Mackenzie Park east of downtown.
News Director: Jeff Klotzman
Talk Show Hosts include: Jim Douglass, Curtis Parrish & Eddie Griffis
News Anchors: Matt Ernst, James Eppler, Jeff Klotzman, Kurt Kiser
Weather Anchors: Matt Ernst, Rudy Pearce,
KJTV (as KSEL 950 1,000 watts Day, 500 watts Night) was the second radio station established in Lubbock, signing on in 1946. KCBD 1590 was third in 1949 and KFYO was the first, established in Lubbock in 1932.
In 2010, Ramar Communications purchased FM Translator K264AN (100.7 FM) and began simulcasting FOX Talk 950, as permitted under new FCC rules passed in 2009.
On July 1, 2013 KJTV was re-branded as AM 950/100.7 FM Lubbock's News, Talk, Sports. News/Talk and Ag programming air seven days a week from Midnight-3p, with NBC Sports Radio and sports play-by-play airing from 3p-Midnight, seven days a week.
- AM 950/100.7 FM lineup
- Query the FCC's AM station database for KJTV
- Radio-Locator Information on KJTV
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for KJTV
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