|Broadcast area||Sherman/Denison area|
|Branding||93.1 Katy Country|
|First air date||1987 in Denison, Texas|
|Callsign meaning||Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad|
(Alpha Media Licensee LLC)
|Sister stations||KLAK, KMAD|
It was first branded as "Katy Klassics" (the initials are a reference to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, commonly called the "Katy" railroad), then "Katy Oldies" a year later. Then in 1990, KMKT moved to Bells, Texas and changed format to country music. The 104.9 frequency was dark for 6 years, but later reestablished as KZMP.
The KMKT studios, production facilities and business offices are located at One Grand Centre, 1800 Teague Drive (Suite 300) in Sherman, TX.
- Query the FCC's FM station database for KMKT
- Radio-Locator information on KMKT
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KMKT
- 93.1 Katy Country's Official Site
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