|96.5||K243BJ||Exitos 96.5||Spanish Oldies||Tyler Media|
City of License:Oklahoma City
Power: 0.25 kW
Notes: This translator airs at Spanish Oldies format from KRXO-HD3. It pairs with Tyler’s Regional Mexican KTUZ. In 2018, the station briefly aired KTUZ’s programming after an airplane crashed into the KTUZ tower, causing it to collapse.
The station also broadcasts select Oklahoma Sooner football games in Spanish.
Tyler bought the translator in 2015, after programming CHR “NOW 96.5” on the signal. That moniker and format migrated to 92.9. After a simulcast on both frequencies for a short while in 2014, Exitos debuted in 2015.
NOW debuted in September 2013. Veteran CHR personality and programmer Tod Tucker (who logged time at market CHR leader KJYO) was the PD for its existence.
Previous Call Letters/Formats:
CHR – NOW 96.5 – Oklahoma’s Station For Generation NOW – September 2013-November 2014)