KMVL (AM)

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KMVL
City KMVL: Madisonville, Texas
KM2XVL: Huntsville, Texas
Broadcast area Madisonville, Texas
Huntsville, Texas
Slogan "America's Best Music"
Frequency 1220 kHz (KMVL and KM2XVL)
Translator(s) 98.9 K255AR (Trinity)
First air date KMVL: March 1, 1988
KM2XVL: April 6, 2000
98.9: April 12, 2007 (as KUZN repeater)
Format Adult Standards
Power KMVL: 500 watts day/11 watts night
KM2XVL: 170 watts day/11 watts night
ERP 98.9: 250 watts
HAAT 98.9: 61 m (200 ft)
Class KMVL, KM2XVL, 98.9: D
Facility ID KMVL: 37063
KM2XVL: 90839
98.9: 150789
Callsign meaning K MadisonVilLe
Owner Leon Hunt
Sister stations KMVL-FM, KIVY, KIVY-FM KJVC, KTKC, KTKC-FM
Website KMVL's website

KMVL, KM2XVL, and K255AR is a synchronous AM radio station, with an FM relay translator, broadcasting an Adult Standards format. The stations are licensed to Madisonville, Huntsville, Texas, and Trinity respectively, on 1220 kHz AM and 98.9 MHz FM. KMVL is owned by Leon Hunt and is co-owned with an FM sister, KMVL-FM. The facility commenced broadcasting in 1988. The morning show has been anchored by Paul Wright since 2004, current side kick is Bill Cavill with Becky Neal on occasion joining in.[1][2] KMVL is synchrocast on an experimental License co-channel in Huntsville, Texas, as KM2XVL, which runs 170 watts during the day and 11 watts at night. The Huntsville facility was licensed in 2000, and is located off of Phelps Drive, east of Sam Houston State, and U.S. 190.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ KMVL Station Coverage KMVL.net. Accessed October 26, 2012
  2. ^ KMVL fcc.gov. Retrieved October 26, 2012
  3. ^ KM2XVL fcc.gov. Retrieved October 26, 2012

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