Radio Stations in Houston, Texas: Kkbq-FM, Krbe, Khmx, Kilt-FM, Ktbz-FM, Ktru, Kfnc, Kkhh, Klol, Kglk, Ktjm, Kpft, Kuhf, Kmjq, Kgow, Khjk, Kmic

9781155253190: Radio Stations in Houston, Texas: Kkbq-FM, Krbe, Khmx, Kilt-FM, Ktbz-FM, Ktru, Kfnc, Kkhh, Klol, Kglk, Ktjm, Kpft, Kuhf, Kmjq, Kgow, Khjk, Kmic

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: KKBQ-FM, KRBE, KHMX, KILT-FM, KTBZ-FM, KTRU, KFNC, KKHH, KGLK, KLOL, KPFT, KUHF, KTJM, KMJQ, KHJK, KODA, KGOW, KIKK, KLTN, KHPT, KMIC, KSBJ, KTEK, KAMA-FM, KCHN, KSEV, KPVU, KJOJ, KBXX, KYST, KACC, KANI, KTSU, KGOL. Excerpt: KKBQ-FM, "The New 93Q", is a Houston-based Radio station with a country music format. Its transmitter is located in Missouri City, Texas. The station is owned by Cox Radio and is part of the Houston Radio cluster including KGLK, KHPT & KTHT. KKBQ has been nominated twice for Country Music Association awards for Best Radio Station in a Large Market, winning once. The station has also won the Billboard/Airplay Monitor Radio Awards award for Best Country Station three times. It is headquartered out of Suite 2300 at 3 Post Oak Central in the Uptown district in Houston, Texas, United States. The stattion signed on at 92.5 FM in the summer of 1962 as KLVL-FM, Houston's first Spanish language FM station, "La Voz Latina". The station was sold in 1969 and changed its format to beautiful music KYND, KIND 92. On July 2, 1982 The New 79Q was launched on 790AM KULF with a Top 40 format. The morning show was composed of John Lander and the Q-Morning Zoo and proved to be an instant success. The station acquired the KKBQ callsign on August 13, 1982. The station's owners decided to move the format to KYND (92.5 FM). The beautiful music format on 92.5 was beginning to flounder as many baby boomers who were eventually being phased into the workforce could not tolerate "elevator music" while they worked. On December 29, 1982, at 6:00 A.M. CST, "Houston's Stereo Combination" (a term coined by morning host John Lander) was born as KYND became "The New 93KBQ", simulcasting on KKBQ-AM. The first song played was Eye of the Tiger by Survivor, same as the first song played in New York, WHTZ (Z100) on August 2, 1983. The F...

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