KOMC-FM

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KOMC-FM
KOMC my100.1KOMC logo.png
CityKimberling City, Missouri
Broadcast areaBranson, Missouri
Harrison, Arkansas
Berryville, Arkansas
BrandingMy 100.1
SloganBest, bright AC of the 80's 90's & today!
Frequency100.1 MHz
First air date1994
FormatAdult contemporary
ERP36,000 watts
HAAT176 meters (577 ft)
ClassC2
Facility ID34328
Transmitter coordinates36°31′59″N 93°19′44″W / 36.53293°N 93.32896°W / 36.53293; -93.32896Coordinates: 36°31′59″N 93°19′44″W / 36.53293°N 93.32896°W / 36.53293; -93.32896
Callsign meaningOzark Mountain Country
OwnerKOMC-KRZK, LLC
Sister stationsKRZK, KCAX
WebcastListen Live
Websitemykomc.com

KOMC-FM is a radio station airing an adult contemporary format licensed to Kimberling City, Missouri, broadcasting on 100.1 MHz FM. The station serves the areas of Branson, Missouri, Harrison, Arkansas, and Berryville, Arkansas, and is owned by KOMC-KRZK, LLC.[1]

KOMC-KRZK, LLC is owned by Earls Family Broadcasting, in Branson, MO

KOMC was originally owned by Turtle Broadcasting Company of Branson, a subsidiary of Orr & Earls Broadcasting, Inc. It was added to the lineup of stations originally purchased in 1986. They include KOMC-AM and KRZK-FM which were off the air at the time. Co-principal Roderick Orr sold his interest in the company to Charles Earls in 2004.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ KOMC-FM fcc.gov. Retrieved November 11, 2012
  2. ^ FCC Records

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