KCTX 96-1 FM
A 50,000 watt station, KCTX 96.1 FM covers a large area of northwest Texas and southwest Oklahoma with country music from the '70s through today. We have farm blocks at 6am and noon focused on agricultural markets, industry developments, and agricultural news. We're well known for longtime live call-in trade program "The Trading Post," we offer ABC News and weather updates at the top of every hour, sports news throughout the day, local news updates, and lots of localized programming. Seasonally, we offer play-by-play of area high school sporting events, and we are the Dallas Cowboys affiliate for the region.
J. Scott holds down the morning block 6 to 9am with music, agriculture and entertainment news, community calender, while handling your song requests and dedications.
Middays with Wendy from 10 to 2 with the best Country Music of yesterday and Today. town.
Matthew Halliday is on the air from 2 to 6, playing the music that'll take you through the afternoon and home from work. After the Drive at Five he heads home himself, and hands the reins over to Larin.
Larin is on from 6 to midnight Monday through Saturday. Her show consists of the best country music of today and yesterday. If you enjoy an engaging announcer, you'll enjoy listening to Larin from 6 to Midnight.
Here's a little history of 96.1 FM. The station was assigned the call letters KQAI on April 5, 1984. On September 29, 1986, the station changed its call sign to KSRW,. Then on February 23, 2001, the call sign changed to the current KCTX.