The Dallas Cowboys Radio Network is an American radio network broadcasting all Dallas Cowboys football games to stations across all of Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and New Mexico during the NFL season. Beginning with the 2009 NFL season, it is the arm of Entercom (formerly CBS Radio) and comprises over 50 stations with KRLD-FM in Dallas being the flagship station. Beginning in the 2011 NFL season, a separate contract will allow the network to be carried nationwide through Compass Media Networks.
|Amarillo||KGNC||97.9 FM/710 AM|
|Atlanta||KPYN||900 AM/99.5 FM|
|Big Spring||KBST||95.7 FM|
|Brownsville||KVNS/KQXX||1700 AM/105.5 FM|
|Corpus Christi||KEYS||1440 AM|
|Del Rio||KDLK||94.1 FM|
|Eagle Pass||KDLK||94.1 FM|
|El Paso||KLAQ||95.5 FM|
|Kerrville||KAXA/KHCU||103.7 FM/93.1 FM|
|Killeen||KTON||1330 AM/100.9 FM|
|Marble Falls||KBEY||103.9 FM|
|McAllen||KVNS/KQXX||1700 AM/105.5 FM|
|San Angelo||KGKL (AM)/KGKL-FM||960 AM/97.5 FM|
|San Antonio||KJXK/KZDC||102.7 FM/1250 AM|
|Temple||KTON||1330 AM/100.9 FM|
|Uvalde||KAXA/KHCU||103.7 FM/93.1 FM|
|Wichita Falls||KWFS||1290 AM|
|Hot Springs||KHGZ/KBEU||98.9 FM|
|Little Rock||KABZ||103.7 FM|
|Oklahoma City||KRXO||107.7 FM|
|Bryan/College Station||KTAM||1240 AM|
|Dallas/Fort Worth||KMVK||107.5 FM|
|El Paso||KBNA||97.5 FM|
|San Angelo||KQTC||99.5 FM|
|San Antonio||KLEY||95.7 FM|
|Oklahoma City||WKY||930 AM|
|Albuquerque||KRZY-FM/KRZY (AM)||105.9 FM/1450 AM|
|Las Cruces||KAMA||750 AM|
|Mexico City||XHDL||98.5 FM|
|San Miguel de Allende||XHMIG||105.9 FM|
|San Luis Potosí||XHOD||96.9 FM|
Brad Michael Sham (born August 16, 1949) is an American sportscaster who is known as the "Voice of the Dallas Cowboys". Sham is currently heard on the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network, including the flagship stations 1080 AM KRLD, where Sham held the position of Sports Director between 1976 and 1981; and 105.3 KRLD-FM "The Fan". Prior to 2009, Cowboys games were broadcast on 1310 AM KTCK "The Ticket" and 93.3 FM KDBN "The Bone", and also previously on FM-103.7 and 98.7 FM KLUV "K-Love." Sham made his acting debut in the 2008 movie, W.KALP
KALP (92.7 FM) is a Country music formatted radio station licensed to serve the Alpine, Texas, area. Broadcasting from studios located at Kokernot Field, the station is under ownership of Martin and Patricia Benevich, through licensee Alpine Radio, LLC.
The station is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys radio network.KARN (AM)
KARN (920 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station in Little Rock, Arkansas, owned and operated by Cumulus Media. It airs a sports radio format known as "920 AM The Sports Animal." The station's studios are located on Wellington Hills Road in West Little Rock. The transmitter tower is located off North Hills Boulevard in North Little Rock. KARN broadcasts at 5,000 watts, using a directional antenna at night to avoid interfering with other stations on AM 920. KARN is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to broadcast a digital HD signal.Most of the day, KARN carries the CBS Sports Radio Network. It has one local show, hosted by Bo Mattingly, heard weekday afternoons and carried on several other all-sports stations in Arkansas. Middays it carries nationally syndicated sports shows from Dan Patrick and Jim Rome. KARN is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network.KARX (FM)
KARX (107.1 FM), branded as "107.1 Nash Icon", is a radio station serving the Amarillo, Texas, area with a country music format. This station broadcasts on FM frequency 107.1 MHz and is under ownership of Cumulus Media. Its studios are located at the Amarillo Building downtown on Polk Street, and its transmitter tower is based midway between Amarillo and Canyon proper along I-27 in unincorporated Randall County.
The station is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys radio network.On January 15, 2018, the then-KPUR-FM switched formats with KARX and changed its name from "107.1 The Armadillo" to "107.1 Nash Icon". The stations swapped call signs on January 24, 2018, with KPUR-FM picking up the KARX call sign.KATX
KATX (97.7 FM) is an American radio station with a classic rock format licensed to and serving the area around Eastland, Texas. The station's broadcast license is currently held by Terry Slavens, through licensee For the Love of the Game Broadcasting, LLC.
KATX celebrated 25 years as an FM broadcast station in 2013. The license for 97.7 FM was established in January 1988 and launched playing Top 40 Country with a mix of traditional country, local news, sports, community events and the "Bargain Box".
KATX is staffed by general manager Terry Slavens, news and senior broadcaster Mike Cockburn, Operations Manager Stace Gaddy and Blakeney French Hodges.
The station is a former affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys radio network.KCMC (AM)
KCMC (740 AM) is a radio station licensed to Texarkana, Texas, United States. It serves the Texarkana area. The station is currently owned by Texarkana Radio Center. Studios are located on Olive Street, just west of the border with Arkansas, and the transmitter is west of Texarkana city limits in the town of Nash.
The station was founded in 1933 by Clyde E. Palmer as a sister outlet to his Texarkana Gazette. It was Texarkana's first radio station. By approval of the Federal Communications Commission, station WDIX, Tupelo, Mississippi, was shut down, and operation of KCMC in Texarkana, Arkansas, was authorized. KCMC operated on 1420 kHz with 100 Watts of power.The station is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys radio network.Disk jockey Barney Cannon (1955-2009), an authority on Country music who spent a quarter century with KWKH in Shreveport, once worked at KCMC.
On January 15, 2015, the then-KTFS changed formats to talk, branded as "Talk Radio 740".On July 1, 2017, KTFS went silent. On November 28, 2017, KTFS’s callsign was changed back to KCMC. A news release on the KTOY website said that KCMC could return to the air from a new facility at some time in the future.On January 22, 2019, KCMC returned to the air with conservative talk, simulcasting KTFS-FM 107.1 Texarkana, AR.KHGG (AM)
KHGG (1580 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an all-sports format. Licensed to Van Buren, Arkansas, United States, it serves the Ft. Smith area. The station is currently owned by Pharis Broadcasting, Inc.
The station is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys radio network.In October 2017 KHGG switched its FM simulcast from KHGG-FM 103.1 Waldron (which went silent) to FM translator K266BS 101.1 FM Van Buren.KHKX
KHKX (99.1 FM), branded as "Kicks 99 Country", is a radio station that serves the Midland–Odessa metropolitan area with country music and live high school football for Odessa High School and Permian High School. They are a former affiliate for the Dallas Cowboys and broadcast the #1 rated country morning show in the Midland-Odessa area with Mike and Dana.KHXS
KHXS (102.7 FM, "102 The Bear") is an FM radio station that serves the Abilene, Texas, area with Classic rock music. The station is under ownership of Cumulus Media.
The station is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys radio network.KKTX (AM)
KKTX is a radio station serving the Corpus Christi, Texas area with a News/Talk format. It broadcasts on AM frequency 1360 kHz and is under ownership of iHeartMedia, Inc.. The station's studios and offices are located on Old Brownsville Road in Corpus Christi (near the airport, and its transmitter tower is located in the city's west side along Leopard Street.
KKTX began broadcasting as KGFI in 1929, owned by the Caller-Times. It became KRIS in 1936, and KRYS in 1956.Blake Farenthold, a Republican who began representing Corpus Christi in the United States House of Representatives for Texas's 27th congressional district in 2011, co-hosted Lago in the Morning on KKTX from 1997 to 2010.KLLS
KLLS 1300 AM is an American terrestrial radio station licensed to Lumberton, Texas. The facility signed on from Silsbee, Texas as KKAS on December 31, 1959. On January 31, 2000, the callsign was changed to KSET. In 2009, it moved to a new tower site in southwest Lumberton. In 2011 the station shut down due to financial reasons. December 12 2012 the station opened under new management and began operation as "Freedom 1300", a Conservative news talk station with local content. It operated until April 2014 when it shut down due to failed negotiations between the management company and the owners of the transmitter and tower property.
On August 11, 2015, the facility was bought by, and the license transferred to, Southeast Texas Telecom of Beaumont. The new owner changed the programming to a classic Top 40 music format, along with becoming an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network.
On May 17, 2016, the callsign was changed to the current KLLS, which is a play on heritage Top 40 AM 890 WLS in Chicago. Jeff Davis, a former DJ on WLS in the 1980s, and currently on 94.7 WLS-FM, is the imaging voice of KLLS.
In June 2016, KLLS re-introduced AM stereo (Motorola's C-QUAM system) to the area and relaunched its classic Top 40, now branding as Music Radio Double-L S. On February 17, 2017 KLLS went silent. The station returned to the air in February 2018 but four days later, suffered equipment problems stemming from Hurricane Harvey. The station returned to air in November 2018.KLTD
KLTD (101.7 MHz), branded as "K-Rock 101.7", is a commercial FM radio station licensed to Killeen, Texas and serving the Killeen-Temple radio market. It airs a classic rock radio format and is owned by Townsquare Media. The station's studios are located in Temple, and its transmitter is located south of Moody, Texas.
The station is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network. Monday through Saturday mornings, KLTD carries the syndicated "Walton & Johnson Show" from Houston. On weekends, it carries the "Top Rock Countdown" with Sammy Hagar.KPUR-FM
KPUR-FM (95.7 FM, "Texas Country 95.7, The Armadillo") is a radio station serving the Amarillo, Texas, area with a country format. This station is under ownership of Cumulus Media. Its studios are located at the Amarillo Building downtown on Polk Street, and its transmitter tower is based southeast of Amarillo in unincorporated Randall County.
The station is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys radio network.On January 15, 2018, the then-KARX switched frequencies with KPUR-FM and changed its name from "Nash Icon 95.7" to "Texas Country 95.7, The Armadillo". The stations swapped call signs on January 24, 2018, with KARX picking up the KPUR-FM call sign.KPUR (AM)
KPUR (1440 AM), branded as "Sportsradio 1440", is a radio station serving the Amarillo, Texas, area with a sports format. This station is under ownership of Cumulus Media. Its studios are located at the Amarillo Building downtown on Polk Street, and its transmitter tower is based southeast of Amarillo in unincorporated Randall County along Loop 335 (Hollywood Road).
KPUR was once KFDA on 1230 kHz. It hit the air in 1939. After World War II, Amarillo station KGNC moved from 1440 kHz to 710 kHz with greater power. KFDA filed to move to the vacated 1440 raising power from 250 watts on 1230 to 5,000 watts days and 1,000 watts nights. Night used a three tower directional antenna system. The call letters changed to KPUR in 1966. The station was sold by former television partner KFDA-TV (and Texas State Network interests) to Charlie Jordan, the manager at the time.
The towers were located east of Amarillo just south of the former Route 66 (now I-40) which shared land with the studios. In the mid seventies the land was largely sold off to shopping center developers. Towers were relocated to the present site. That site was subject to a late 1970s fire when a Harris MW-5 transmitter melted down. The MW-5 used a step up transformer to raise the three phase input power (at 240 volts) to 17,000 volts. The primary wiring had been bundled closely to the secondary wiring and tightly lashed together. When an insulation breakdown allowed the input wiring to arc, the high temperatures allowed the secondary wires to short to the inputs. This caused extremely high circulating currents and a meltdown of the transformer frame (made of metal castings and laminations).
The station is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys radio network and the West Texas Friday Night Scoreboard Show.On March 30, 2012 KPUR changed their format from sports to oldies, branded as "True Oldies".
On October 22, 2012 KPUR changed their format back to sports, branded as "ESPN 1440" with programming from ESPN Radio.
On January 2, 2013 KPUR switched affiliations from ESPN Radio to CBS Sports Radio, branded as "Sportsradio 1440".KRLD-FM
KRLD-FM (105.3 MHz, "105.3 The Fan") is a commercial radio station licensed to Dallas, Texas, and serving the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. KRLD-FM is owned by Entercom, and airs a sports radio format. The station's studios and offices are located along North Central Expressway in Uptown Dallas, and the transmitter site is in Cedar Hill.
The station airs local sports talk shows most of the day and evening, and carries nationally syndicated programming from CBS Sports Radio during the late night and overnight hours. KRLD-FM is the flagship station of the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network and the Texas Rangers Radio Network. Some early hours on weekends are paid brokered programming. In the sports radio format, KRLD-FM's chief rival is Sportsradio 1310/96.7 The Ticket. In addition, 103.3 KESN in Allen, Texas, serves as the Dallas/Fort Worth outlet for ESPN Radio, as well as airing local sports shows.
KRLD-FM broadcasts in HD Radio. It carries the all-news radio format of its sister station 1080 KRLD on its HD 2 subchannel. Its HD 3 subchannel is devoted to coverage of the Dallas Cowboys football team, with additional programming from the CBS Sports Radio.KRVF
KRVF (106.9 FM) is a country music formatted radio station licensed to Kerens, Texas. This rimshot station transmits on frequency 106.9 FM and is owned and operated by LKCM Radio Group.
KRVF is a sister station of the main "The Ranch" station 95.9 KFWR-FM in Mineral Wells, Texas. KRVF also simulcasted over radio station 107.1 KRVA in Sulphur Springs, Texas, but that has since concluded as LKCM sold 107.1 to The Way Media Group. KRVA now airs a separate country format for Sulphur Springs independently.
The station is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys radio network.KVRP (AM)
KVRP (1400 AM) is a commercial radio station located in Stamford, Texas, broadcasting to the northern sections of the Abilene, Texas, area. KVRP airs a Christian contemporary music format branded as "The River". The programming is syndicated by Salem Radio Network.
The station is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys radio network.KYYI
KYYI (104.7 FM), branded as "104.7 The Bear", is a radio station serving Wichita Falls, Texas, and vicinity with a classic rock format. It operates on FM frequency 104.7 MHz and is under ownership of Cumulus Media. KYYI's transmitter is located northeast of Electra in northwestern Wichita County.
The station is an affiliate of the Dallas Cowboys radio network.Larry Brown (cornerback)
Larry Brown, Jr. (born November 30, 1969) is a former American football cornerback in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys and Oakland Raiders. He is mostly known for being named the MVP of Super Bowl XXX. He played college football at Texas Christian University.
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