KNTX

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KNTX
City Bowie, Texas
Broadcast area Bowie & Vicinity
Branding KNTX AM1410
Slogan "Your local home town radio station playing the greatest hits of the 60's and 70's!"
Frequency 1410 kHz
First air date December 9, 2003
Format Classic hits/Community
Power 500 watts (Day)
150 watts (Night)
Class D
Facility ID 6561
Callsign meaning North TeXas
Former callsigns KBAN (?-1988)
KRJT (1988-2000)
Affiliations ABC News
CBS News
Texas State Network
Classic Hits (Cumulus)
Owner Henderson Broadcasting Company, LP
Webcast Listen Live
Website kntxradio.com

KNTX is a radio station licensed in and serving the Bowie, Texas area with community and oldies programming. It broadcasts on AM frequency 1410 kHz and is under ownership of Henderson Broadcasting Company, LP. Much of the schedule consists of news headlines from ABC News, CBS News, and the Texas State Network with the rest of the schedule filled with community news and classic hits from Cumulus Media Networks' "Classic Hits" satellite feed and more.

The station was assigned the KNTX call sign by the Federal Communications Commission on February 1, 2000.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. Retrieved May 13, 2009. 

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Coordinates: 33°35′08″N 97°48′25″W / 33.58556°N 97.80694°W / 33.58556; -97.80694