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City Alexandria, Louisiana
Broadcast area Greater Alexandria
Branding 96.9 Rocks
Frequency 96.9 MHz
First air date 1947 (as KALB-FM)
Format Classic Rock
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 321 meters (1,053 ft)
Class C0
Facility ID 63199
Transmitter coordinates 31°1′59.00″N 92°30′8.00″W / 31.0330556°N 92.5022222°W / 31.0330556; -92.5022222
Former callsigns KALB-FM (1947-1979)
KSLI (1979-1980)
KTIZ (1980-1986)
Owner Cenla Broadcasting
(Cenla Broadcasting Licensing Company, LLC)
Sister stations KDBS, KKST, KQID-FM, KRRV-FM, KSYL
Webcast Listen Live

KZMZ (96.9 FM, "96.9 Rocks") is a radio station broadcasting a classic rock format. Licensed to Alexandria, Louisiana, United States, the station serves the Alexandria area. The station is currently owned by Cenla Broadcasting Licensing Company, LLC.[1]


The station went on the air in 1947 as a sister station to KALB-AM (Now KJMJ) and KALB-TV with the call letters KALB-FM. Since the 1980s, 96.9 has been programmed as an urban station with the callsign of KTIZ, and top 40, classic rock, and mainstream rock formats as KZMZ.


KZMZ, as of 2008, is a sister station to KSYL and broadcasts LSU Tigers football games . It also broadcasts the football games of the Bolton Bears, a local high school football team.


  1. ^ "KZMZ Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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