Media in Shreveport, Louisiana

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This is a list of television, radio and print media operations in Shreveport, Louisiana.


Channel Callsign Affiliation Subchannels Owner
(Virtual/RF) Channel Programming
3.1 (28) KTBS-TV ABC 3.2
The Local AccuWeather Channel
KTBS 24 Hour News
KTBS, Inc.
6.1 (15) KTAL-TV NBC Nexstar Media Group
12.1 (17) KSLA CBS 12.2
This TV
Bounce TV
Raycom Media
21.1 (21) KPXJ The CW 21.2 Me-TV KTBS, Inc.
24.1 (24) KLTS-TV PBS 24.2
PBS Kids
Louisiana Public Broadcasting
33.1 (34) KMSS-TV Fox Marshall Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
40 KADO-CD Religious Ind. Word of Life Ministries
42 K42FE-D 3ABN Three Angels Broadcasting
Network, Inc.
45.1 (44) KSHV-TV MyNetworkTV White Knight Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
54 K54CB Ind.
59 W59GO TBN Trinity Broadcasting Network


  • KPXJ was the first station in the U.S. to convert its broadcast signal to digital-only in September 2005..
  • In 2004, KPXJ became a UPN affiliate. It was originally an affiliate of PAX (now known as Ion). Shreveport is now one of a few markets which the Ion network does not have an affiliate station. Ion's national feed can be seen on Cox Communications in Bossier City and on Comcast in Shreveport.
  • Previously, UPN was broadcast on KSHV, sharing an affiliation with The WB network. UPN programming aired from 9 to 11 p.m. Syndicated programming currently airs at that time on channel 45.
  • KTBS broadcasts newscasts for KPXJ on Monday through Friday mornings at 7 a.m. and nightly at 9 p.m. Before becoming a UPN affiliate in 2004, KPXJ aired rebroadcasts of KTBS 3 News daily at 5:30 p.m. (rebroadcast of the 5 p.m. newscast) and 11 p.m. (rebroadcast of the 10 p.m. newscast).


AM stations

Frequency Callsign Nickname Format Owner
710 KEEL News/Talk Townsquare Media
950 KRRP Praise 950 Gospel Music Maria Hobbs, Administratrix of Estate of Frank Van Dyke Hobb, Coushatta
980 KOKA Black Gospel The Radio Group
1070 KBCL Contemporary Christian Barnabus Center Ministries
1130 KWKH 1130 The Tiger Sports/Talk Townsquare Media
1240 KASO Classic Hits Greenwood Acres Baptist Church
1300 KSYB Black Gospel Amistad Radio Group
1320 KNCB Sports 1320 Sports Vivian
1340 KRMD (AM) Sportstalk 1340 Sports/Talk Cumulus Radio
1340 KNOC My 939 Urban AC
1460 KTKC (AM) Adult standards Hunt Broadcasting, Springhill
1480 KIOU Black Gospel Wilkins Communications
1590 KGAS Southern Gospel Hanszen Broadcasting Group

FM stations

Frequency Callsign Nickname Format Owner
89.9 KDAQ Classical Red River Radio
91.3 KSCL College Rock/Various Genres Centenary College
92.1 KSYR Spanish The Radio Group
92.1 KVCL Country Baldridge-Dumas Communications
92.9 KTKC-FM True Country Classic country Hunt Broadcasting, Springhill
93.7 KXKS-FM Kiss Country 93-7 Country GAP Broadcasting
94.5 KRUF K945 The Hit Music Channel Top 40 GAP Broadcasting
94.9 KSBH 94.9 The River Country Elite Radio Group, Natchitoches
95.7 KLKL Oldies The Radio Group
96.5 KVKI 96-5 KVKI Adult Contemporary GAP Broadcasting
97.3 KQHN i97.3 Top 40 Cumulus Broadcasting
97.5 KDBH-FM Country Baldridge-Dumas Communications
98.1 KTAL Classic Rock
98.9 KTUX THE Rock Station 99X Rock GAP Broadcasting
99.7 KMJJ The Big Station 99.7 KMJJ Urban Contemporary Cumulus Broadcasting
99.9 KTEZ Easy 99.9 Adult Contemporary Baldridge-Dumas Communications
100.7 KZBL Oldies Baldridge-Dumas Communications
101.1 KRMD Nash FM 101.1 Country Cumulus Broadcasting
102.1 KDKS Hot 102 Jamz Urban Adult Contemporary The Radio Group
102.9 KVMA-FM Magic 102.9 Urban Adult Contemporary Cumulus Broadcasting
103.7 KBTT 103.7 Tha Beat Mainstream Urban The Radio Group
104.7 KHMD Country Mansfield
105.3 KNCB-FM Caddo Country 105.3 Classic Country Vivian
106.7 KYXA K-Love Contemporary Christian EMF Broadcasting
107.1 KWLV Modern Country Baldridge-Dumas Communications


The major daily newspaper serving the Shreveport-Bossier and Ark-La-Tex area is The Shreveport Times. Its headquarters are located in downtown Shreveport.

Other smaller non-daily newspapers

Bossier City is served by the daily Bossier Press-Tribune.

The Bombardier is the weekly newspaper of record for the Barksdale Air Force Base.

Alternative publications

Specialty publications

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