|Broadcast area||Oklahoma City Metroplex|
|First air date||1980 as KWOE-FM (106.9 FM Clinton, OK)|
|HAAT||295 meters (968 ft)|
|Sister stations||KTUZ, KOMA, KMGL, KRXO-FM, KOKC, KJKE, KEBC|
KTUZ-FM (106.7 FM, "La Z") is a Regional Mexican radio station serving the Oklahoma City Metroplex area and is owned by Tyler Media. Tyler Media also owns KTUZ-TV (channel 30), for which the television station was given the radio station's callsign. The station's studios are located in Northeast Oklahoma City and a transmitter site is located in unincorporated Canadian County.
The station began broadcasting in 1968 as KWOE-FM and adopted a country format. It changed calls in 1981 to KKCC-FM and again in June 1990 to KSWR. The station flipped to an oldies format in September 1996 and changed its call letters to KCLI-FM. In late 2000, it moved to Okarche, Oklahoma, in order to serve the Oklahoma City market and adopted the call letters KTUZ-FM. During this time changed to a Regional Mexican format. On May 30th, 2018 KTUZ-FM Tower collapsed after a crop duster struck the tower and killing the pilot on board the aircraft. Tyler Media has plans to get KTUZ-FM back on for an auxiliary site while the NTSB and the FAA investigate the plane crash.
- KTUZ station website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for KTUZ
- Radio-Locator information on KTUZ
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KTUZ
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