Houston Astros Radio Network

The Houston Astros Radio Network is an American broadcast network of radio affiliates in operation since 1962 that broadcast coverage of the Houston Astros before, during, and after that team's games. Radio content is broadcast in both the English and Spanish languages. It consists of 26 stations (and 4 broadcast relay stations) that span across three states with its English flagship station as KBME and its Spanish flagship station as K231CE (an FM translator fed by an HD Radio signal of KODA), both in Houston. In addition to its affiliates, Houston Astros Radio Network content can be listened to on satellite radio via Sirius XM Radio and online using both MLB.tv and Sirius XM Internet Radio.

Sports commentators for the network are Robert Ford and Steve Sparks in English and Francisco Romero and Alex Treviño in Spanish. Astros games returned to KTRH in 2019, while also continuing to air on 790, KBME.[1][2][3]

Houston Astros Radio Network
TypeSports radio network
AvailabilityNational, through regional affiliates and satellite radio
HeadquartersHouston, Texas
OwnerHouston Astros
Former names
Colt .45s Baseball Network (1962–1965)
Official website
Astros Radio Network

Affiliate stations

Current affiliate stations

Map of network stations in Louisiana
Map of network stations in Arkansas
Call sign Frequency Band City Market Language
KBME 790 AM Houston, Texas Houston–Galveston English
KTRH - Night games, only after 7p. Rockets have priority on KTRH 740 AM Houston, Texas Houston–Galveston English
KEYH - Most Games 850 AM Houston, Texas Houston–Galveston Spanish
KNTE When Rockets conflict, Astros Spanish airs FM-only 101.7 (Bay City/Sugar Land) FM Houston, Texas Houston–Galveston Spanish
KTLT 98.1 FM Anson, Texas Abilene English
K248CU 97.5 FM Austin, Texas Austin English
WUBR 910 AM Baton Rouge, Louisiana Baton Rouge English
KIKR 1450 AM Beaumont, Texas Beaumont–Port Arthur English
KBYG 1400 AM Big Spring, Texas Big Spring–Snyder English
K292FE 106.3 FM Big Spring, Texas Big Spring–Snyder English
KWHI 1280 AM Brenham, Texas Brenham English
KLWB-FM 103.7 FM Carencro, Louisiana Lafayette English
KASR 92.7 FM Conway, Arkansas Central Arkansas English
KGAS 1590 AM Carthage, Texas Carthage English
KULM-FM 98.3 FM Columbus, Texas Columbus English
KSIX 1230 AM Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi English
KQBU 920 AM El Paso, Texas El Paso English
KNAF 910 AM Fredericksburg, Texas Fredericksburg English
KTWL 105.3 FM Hempstead, Texas Houston–Galveston English
KWRD 1470 AM Henderson, Texas Tyler–Longview English
KETX 1440 AM Livingston, Texas Houston–Galveston English
KMHT 1450 AM Marshall, Texas Tyler–Longview English
KMHT-FM 103.9 FM Marshall, Texas Tyler–Longview English
KKAM 1340 AM Lubbock, Texas Lubbock English
KFYO (select night & weekend games) 790 AM Lubbock, Texas Lubbock English
K236CP (select night & weekend games) 95.1 FM Lubbock, Texas Lubbock English
KSML 1260 AM Lufkin, Texas Lufkin–Nacogdoches English
KMVL 1220 AM Madisonville, Texas Madisonville English
KMVL-FM 98.9 FM Madisonville, Texas Madisonville English
WSLA 1560 AM Slidell, Louisiana New Orleans English
KOGT 1600 AM Orange, Texas Beaumont–Port Arthur English
KTKR 760 AM San Antonio, Texas San Antonio English
KSYB 1300 AM Shreveport, Louisiana Shreveport English
KTKC 1460 AM Springhill, Louisiana Shreveport English
KEZM 1310 AM Sulphur, Louisiana Lake Charles English
KLCJ 104.1 FM Oak Grove, Louisiana Lake Charles English
KTEM 1400 AM Temple, Texas Killeen–Temple English
KVNN 1340 AM Victoria, Texas Victoria English
KBBW 1010 AM Waco, Texas Waco English
K289BU 105.7 FM Waco, Texas Waco English

Former affiliate stations

Call sign Frequency Band City Market Language
KXYZ 1320 AM Houston, Texas Houston–Galveston Spanish
KILT 610 AM Houston, Texas Houston–Galveston English
KPRC 950 AM Houston, Texas Houston–Galveston English
KBUC-FM 107.5 FM San Antonio, Texas San Antonio Spanish
KRBE 104.1 FM Houston, Texas Houston–Galveston English
WTAW 1620 AM Bryan-College Station, Texas Bryan-College Station English
KPUR 1440 AM Amarillo, Texas Amarillo English
KZNE 1150 AM College Station, Texas Bryan–College Station English
KENR 1070 AM Houston, Texas Houston–Galveston English
WOAI 1200 AM San Antonio, Texas San Antonio English
KLVI 560 AM Beaumont, Texas Beaumont-Port Arthur English
KVET 1300 AM Austin, Texas Austin English


  1. ^ Barron, David (November 13, 2018). "Astros return to KTRH". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved February 15, 2019.
  2. ^ Barron, David (February 13, 2013). "Ashby, Ford to headline Astros' revamped broadcasting team". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved December 1, 2013.
  3. ^ Ortiz, José de Jesús (August 26, 2013). "Astros Spanish broadcast team hits the road". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved December 1, 2013.

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KEYH (850 kHz "La Ranchera 850 AM y 101.7 FM") is a commercial AM radio station in Houston, Texas. It is owned by Liberman Broadcasting and airs a Regional Mexican radio format, with sports programming heard on weekday afternoons. Programming is simulcast on 101.7 KNTE, an FM radio station in Bay City, Texas, about 75 miles southwest of Houston. KEYH and KNTE serve as the Spanish-language flagship stations for the Houston Astros Radio Network and the Houston Rockets.By day, KEYH broadcasts with 10,000 watts. But because AM 850 is a clear-channel frequency reserved for 50,000 watt Class A KOA in Denver, Colorado, KEYH must reduce power at night to 185 watts. The transmitter is off Denver Miller Road in Sugar Land, Texas.


KTKR (760 AM) is an all-sports radio station serving the San Antonio, Texas, United States area. KTKR, more popularly known as "Ticket 760", is owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. (previously Clear Channel Communications until September 2014) as a sister station to, among others, heritage station WOAI. Its studios are located on Interstate 10 in Northwest San Antonio near Wonderland of the Americas Mall, and the transmitter site is just east of the city, also along I-10.

The station lineup includes Dan Patrick, Colin Cowherd, J. T. the Brick, and other Fox Sports Radio programs. "Ticket 760" airs the following weekday broadcast schedule: local show The Mike Taylor Show from 6am - 9am; the last live two hours of The Dan Patrick Show from 9am - 11am; all three live hours of The Herd with Colin Cowherd from 11am - 2pm; nationally syndicated yet locally produced "The Sports Grind" with Calvin Casey, Rudy J and Salami from 2pm - 5pm; local show The Chris Duel Show from 5pm - 7pm; and JT the Brick from 7pm - 10pm. Market veteran Andy Everett also hosts the long running "Golf Show", Saturday mornings, 8am - 9am, if he is not otherwise engaged with weekend play-by-play.

It is also the flagship station of the San Antonio Rampage of the American Hockey League, as well as UTSA football and basketball. The station is also the local affiliate of Westwood One's NFL broadcasts, as well as the Texas Longhorns basketball. KTKR is also an affiliate of the Houston Astros radio network.

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