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City Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Branding "K-Love"
Slogan Positive & Encouraging
Frequency 88.9 MHz
First air date 1979 as KOCC
Format Contemporary Christian
ERP 5,900 watts
HAAT 461 meters (1,512 ft)
Class C1
Facility ID 50169
Callsign meaning KY LoVe
Owner Educational Media Foundation
Webcast Listen Live

KYLV (88.9 FM), known as "K-Love", is a Christian Contemporary radio station serving the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, area and is owned by Educational Media Foundation.


The station started in 1979 as a carrier current station on the campus of Oklahoma Christian University with the call letters KOCC (for Oklahoma Christian College.) It went on the air in 1980 broadcasting Jazz and later Hot AC under the names K-ROCK 89 and PR89. The station switched to the "K-LOVE" format in 1998.[1] You can listen to K265DT 100.9 in Chickasha, OK, K288FX 105.5 in North Enid, and K292FJ 106.3 in Stillwater, OK.


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Coordinates: 35°34′24″N 97°29′09″W / 35.5734°N 97.4859°W / 35.5734; -97.4859