94.7 FM

Frequency Call Letters Moniker Format Owner
94.7 KBRU 94-7 The Brew: The Next Generation of Classick Rock Classic Rock iHeartMedia

kbru-2016City of License: Oklahoma City
Power: 94.9 vkw
Website: http://www.947brew.com
Notes: Clear Channel flipped to classic rock in 2010 after it was an Active Rock/Alternative hyrbid as 94-7 The Buzz.  The Brew, with its “Man Up” slogan is a younger-skewing classic rock format than KRXO, playing plenty of 80s hair-metal and hard rock along with 90s-grunge.
Before it was the Buzz, 94.7 was Adult Contemporary 94.7 KQSR. Prior to that format, 94.7 was KNRX “95X” an alternative rock outlet. That format signed on in July 1996. The call letters were officially changed in August of that year. 94.7 had its most success at KEBC, a country station.

HD Subchannels
HD2 – 98.5 El Patron – Regional Mexican (Relayed by 98.5 K253BV)
HD3- 98.5 El Patron – Regional Mexican (Relayed by 98.5 K253AY)

Previous Call Letters/Formats:
KHBZ-FM (Alternative/Active Rock – 94.7 The Buzz – July 11, 2002-December 29, 2009; call letters changed to KBRU on January 16, 2010)
KQSR (Adult Contemporary – Soft Rock Less Talk 94.7 KQSR – November 21, 1997-July 8, 2002; calls changed on July 11, 2002)
KNRX “95X” (Alternative — August 23, 1996-November 21, 1997)
KEBC “Keeping EveryBody Country” (Country — January 15, 1980-August 23,1996)
KEBC-FM “Keeping EveryBody Country” (Country — August 2, 1978-January 15, 1980)
KEBC “Keeping EveryBody Country” (Country — 1967-August 2, 1978)
KEFM (Moniker/Format and Dates Unknown)
KOCY-FM (Moniker/Format Unknown — Traced back to at least 1948)

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