KTGS

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KTGS
City Tishomingo, Oklahoma
Broadcast area Tishomingo, Oklahoma
Branding "The Gospel Station"
Frequency 88.3 MHz
Format Southern Gospel
ERP 5,500 watts
HAAT 281.0 meters
Class CA
Facility ID 85337
Transmitter coordinates 34°21′34.00″N 96°33′34.00″W / 34.3594444°N 96.5594444°W / 34.3594444; -96.5594444Coordinates: 34°21′34.00″N 96°33′34.00″W / 34.3594444°N 96.5594444°W / 34.3594444; -96.5594444
Callsign meaning "The Gospel Station"
Former callsigns KAZC (December 9, 1997-November 1, 2008)
Owner South Central Oklahoma Christian Broadcasting, Inc.
Sister stations KVAZ, KIMY, KOSG, KZBS, KGVB, WRCC, KHEB, KBWW, KTMU, KGVB, KOKN, KOUI, KYZQ, WLRU
Webcast Listen Live
Website thegospelstation.com

KTGS (88.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to Tishomingo, Oklahoma, United States. The station is currently owned by South Central Oklahoma Christian Broadcasting, Inc.[1]

The flagship of The Gospel Station network based in Ada, KTGS broadcasts a southern gospel format.

Stations[edit]

In addition to its flagship station, KTGS 88.3, The Gospel Station Network airs on 15 additional full powered stations and 9 low powered translators.[2]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license Facility
ID
ERP
W
Class FCC info
KOSG 103.9 MHz Pawhuska, Oklahoma 56088 6,000 A KOSG FCC
KBWW 88.3 MHz Broken Bow, Oklahoma 177112 3,400 C3 KBWW FCC
KZBS 104.3 MHz Granite, Oklahoma 166022 1,700 C3 KZBS FCC
KVAZ 91.5 MHz Henryetta, Oklahoma 26970 7,800 C3 KVAZ FCC
KIMY 93.9 MHz Watonga, Oklahoma 69913 4,200 A KIMY FCC
WRCC 88.3 MHz Dibrell, Tennessee 176989 85 A WRCC FCC
KTMU 88.7 MHz Muenster, Texas 174356 500 A KTMU FCC
KGVB 90.9 MHz Holliday, Texas 173112 7,500 C3 KGVB FCC
KOKN 88.7 MHz Oketo, Kansas 177208 100 A KOKN FCC
KOUI 90.7 MHz Louisville, Mississippi 177205 200 A KOUI FCC
KYZQ 88.3 MHz Mount Pleasant, Texas 121233 2200 A KYZQ FCC
KHEB 91.9 MHz Granite, Oklahoma 175828 100 A KHEB FCC
KNEF 90.1 MHz Franklin, Nebraska 177070 100 A FCC
KFNK 89.5 MHz Franklin, Nebraska 177030 100 A FCC
WLRU 106.9 MHz Hillsboro, Ohio 194828 100 L1 WLRU FCC

Low powered translators[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license Facility
ID
ERP
W
Class FCC info
K286BB 105.1 MHz Ada, Oklahoma 150396 75 D FCC
K274BA 102.7 MHz Paris, Texas 156963 250 D FCC
K234BD 94.7 MHz Lawton, Oklahoma 157028 240 D FCC
K237EE 95.3 MHz Childress, Texas 150495 10 D FCC
K226BR 93.1 MHz Enid, Oklahoma 156415 250 D FCC
K268BR 101.5 MHz Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 139288 75 D FCC
K297BB 107.3 MHz Edmond, Oklahoma 156917 28 D FCC
K262BW 100.3 MHz Duncan, Oklahoma 141886 250 D FCC
K239BJ 95.7 MHz Chanute, Kansas 153947 250 D FCC

History[edit]

This station was assigned call sign KAZC on December 8, 1997, changing to KTGS on November 1, 2008. [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KTGS Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 
  2. ^ GOSPEL STATION NETWORK - STATION LIST The Gospel Station. Accessed June 10, 2013
  3. ^ "KTGS Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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