KLTD

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KLTD
KLTD 101.7.png
City Temple, Texas
Broadcast area Killeen-Temple area
Branding K101.7
Slogan Central Texas' Greatest Hits
Frequency 101.7 MHz
First air date 1995
Format Classic Hits
Audience share 0.8, #19 (Fa'05, R&R[1])
ERP 16,500 watts
HAAT 125 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 53647
Transmitter coordinates 31°16′24″N 97°23′31″W / 31.27333°N 97.39194°W / 31.27333; -97.39194Coordinates: 31°16′24″N 97°23′31″W / 31.27333°N 97.39194°W / 31.27333; -97.39194
Affiliations Dallas Cowboys
Owner Townsquare Media
(Townsquare Media Killeen-Temple License, LLC)
Sister stations KOOC, KSSM, KTEM, KUSJ
Webcast Listen Live
Website k1017fm.com

KLTD (101.7 FM), branded as "K101.7", is a radio station serving the Killeen-Temple, Texas, area that is airing a classic hits format. This station is under ownership of Townsquare Media.

The station is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys radio network.[2]

History[edit]

KLTD went on the air on May 31, 1976 and was licensed to The Lampasas Broadcasting Company owned by Stephen Sampson. The station was branded, "The Great Ones". Group & Broadcasting of Tulsa, OK acquired KLTD in mid 1977. On October 1, 2010 KLTD changed their format from mainstream rock (as "Eagle 101.7") to sports, branded as "The Ticket".

On March 15, 2013, at 5 PM, the station began stunting as "The Bone" with "music for dogs." The stunt lasted until the following Monday, when a new permanent format debuted as classic hits, branded as "K101.7".[3]

References[edit]

K101.7 is a radio station that serves the Killeen/Temple/Waco/Ft. Hood area. The Bone serves as the local affiliate for the Dallas Cowboys Network, and is also the home of Belton High School (5A) football.

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