|Branding||Catholic Radio for Acadiana|
|Translator(s)||K258DQ (99.5 MHz, Lafayette)|
|First air date||September 21, 1947|
|Owner||Delta Media Corporation|
|Sister stations||KSLO-FM, KLWB-FM, KLWB-FM, KOGM, KYMK, KFXZ, KFXZ-FM, KVOL, KXKW-LP, KXKW-LD|
KSLO AM 1230 is a Catholic radio station licensed to Opelousas, Louisiana. KSLO simulcasts the programming of KLFT 90.5 in Kaplan, Louisiana. KSLO is owned by Delta Media Corporation. KSLO's studios are located on Evangeline Thruway in Carencro, and its transmitter is located in Opelousas.
KSLO was Opelousas' first radio station, beginning broadcasting September 21, 1947, on 1230 kHz with a power of 250 watts. The station was owned and operated by Hugh O. Jones and W. Eugene Jones. It was affiliated with the Mutual network and used the United Press news service and World Broadcasting System transcriptions.
KSLO simulcasts the programming of 90.5 KLFT in Kaplan, Louisiana.
|City of license||ERP
|KLFT||90.5||Kaplan, Louisiana||17,000||149.9 m (492 ft)||C2||FCC|
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