KSEV

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KSEV
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City Tomball, Texas
Broadcast area Greater Houston
Branding KSEV 700
Slogan The Voice
Frequency 700 kHz
First air date January 8, 1986 (as KTBT)
Format News/Talk
Language(s) English
Power 15,000 Watts daytime
1,000 Watts nighttime
Class B
Facility ID 9645
Transmitter coordinates 30°11′34″N 95°35′40″W / 30.19278°N 95.59444°W / 30.19278; -95.59444
Callsign meaning SEVen, as in 700
Former callsigns KTBT (1986-1988)
Affiliations TheBlaze Radio Network
Owner Dan Patrick
(Patrick Broadcasting LP)
Webcast Listen Live
Website ksevradio.com

KSEV is a talk station at 700 on the AM radio dial and is available throughout the Houston, Texas area. It broadcasts a mix of programming on topics including health, financial matters, local politics, and several syndicated talk radio programs. Most of the editorial positions held by the shows and their hosts are conservative in nature.

The station's primary competitors are two well established AM stations (KPRC, KTRH), and newer talk radio outlet KNTH.

Syndicated programming on KSEV includes The Savage Nation. Local hosts featured on KSEV include Edd Hendee and Dan Patrick, the Lieutenant Governor of Texas .

Patrick owns KSEV through his company, Patrick Broadcasting LP. He previously operated the station through a local marketing agreement with previous owner Liberman Broadcasting. 700 AM is a United States clear-channel frequency; WLW in Cincinnati, Ohio is the dominant Class A, 50,000 watt station. There are only eleven other stations in the United States which broadcast on 700 AM.

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