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KAGC 1510AM logo.png
CityBryan, Texas
Broadcast areaBrazos Valley
BrandingChristian Family Radio
Frequency1510 kHz
Translator(s)97.3 K247CS (Bryan)
First air date1510: April 27, 1978
97.3: TBD
FormatChristian Talk
Power1510: 500 watts (daytime only)
ERP97.3: 250 watts
HAAT97.3: 137 meters
Class1510, 97.3: D
Facility ID1510: 16983
97.3: 201375
Transmitter coordinates1510: 30°39′9″N 96°23′6″W / 30.65250°N 96.38500°W / 30.65250; -96.38500Coordinates: 30°39′9″N 96°23′6″W / 30.65250°N 96.38500°W / 30.65250; -96.38500
97.3: 30°41′15.50″N 96°25′31.50″W / 30.6876389°N 96.4254167°W / 30.6876389; -96.4254167
Callsign meaningAGgie Country
AffiliationsSalem Communications
OwnerBryan Broadcasting Corporation
(Bryan Broadcasting License Corporation)

KAGC (1510 AM, 97.3 FM; Christian Family Radio) is an American terrestrial radio station, paired with an FM relay translator, broadcasting a Christian Talk format. Licensed to Bryan, Texas, United States, the station serves the Bryan-College Station area. The station is owned by Bryan Broadcasting Corporation through its licensee Bryan Broadcasting License Corporation and features programming from Salem Communications.[1] The station's studios are located in College Station and its transmitter is in Bryan.

1510 AM is a United States clear-channel frequency, on which WLAC in Nashville, Tennessee is the dominant Class A station.


KAGC was initially proposed by Brazos Metro Inc. in December 1975. A construction permit was granted to build a 250 watt, Class D daytime facility, from a combined transmission and studio site at 1704 Paris St. in Bryan, on July 12, 1977. The facility was issued the callsign KAGC on September 26, 1977.

The studio location for KAGC was modified to 1710 South Texas Avenue in Bryan on October 21, 1977, with the transmission site remaining at 1704 Paris St., operated remotely from the studio.

The facility was constructed to specifications, and issued a License to Cover on April 27, 1978. Guy C. Hutcheson served as Engineer. In October 1978, KAGC's license was voluntarily transferred to Brazos Media, Inc.

KAGC increased power to the current 500 watts in June 1979.

Bryan Broadcasting Corporation purchased KAGC from Bob and Judith Bell, dba Divcon Associates, Inc. on April 6, 2006.


  1. ^ "KAGC Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

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