KSAM-FM

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KSAM-FM
CityHuntsville, Texas
Branding"K-Sam"
Slogan"Today's Best Country and All Your Favorites"
Frequency101.7 MHz
First air dateNovember 5, 1965 (FM facility)
November 1, 1938 (KSAM programming @ 1500 kHz)
FormatCountry music
ERP3,700 watts
HAAT128 m (420 ft)
ClassA
Facility ID70721
Callsign meaningK SAM Houston (1st and 3rd President of Texas; 7th Governor of Texas)
OwnerHEH Communications, LLC
Sister stationsKHVL
WebcastListen Online
Websiteksam1017.com

KSAM-FM is a radio station airing a Country music format licensed to Huntsville, Texas, broadcasting on 101.7 MHz FM. The station is owned by HEH Communications, LLC.[1]

Current and past on-air staff include Kooter Roberson, Harold Smallets “Doc Holliday”, Andrea Corley “Brooke Addams”, Art Randall, and Robin Cunningham.

References[edit]

  1. ^ KSAM-FM fcc.gov. Retrieved October 5, 2012

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