KVOM-FM

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KVOM-FM
KVOM-FM station logo.jpg
City Morrilton, Arkansas
Branding The Voice of Morrilton
Slogan The Best Country Around
Frequency 101.7 MHz
First air date 1980
Format Country music
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 69 meters
Class A
Facility ID 43831
Transmitter coordinates 35°09′28″N 92°46′04″W / 35.15778°N 92.76789°W / 35.15778; -92.76789Coordinates: 35°09′28″N 92°46′04″W / 35.15778°N 92.76789°W / 35.15778; -92.76789
Callsign meaning K Voice Of Morrilton
Owner Bobby Caldwell
(EAB of Morrilton, LLC)
Webcast Listen Live
Website kvom.com

KVOM-FM is a radio station airing a Country music format licensed to Morrilton, Arkansas, broadcasting on 101.7 MHz FM. The station is owned by Bobby Caldwell's East Arkansas Broadcasters, through licensee EAB of Morrilton, LLC.

KVOM-FM broadcasts country music and locally produced programs such as "NewsWatch" and "Trading Time." NewsWatch airs at 7:30 am and 4:45 pm weekdays and 7:30 am and noon on Saturdays. Trading Time airs at 8:30 am Monday through Saturday. The station also broadcasts Morrilton High School football and basketball games and Sacred Heart High School basketball games, as well as Arkansas Razorback football and basketball games and Oaklawn horse racing results.

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