KOKE (AM)

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KOKE
City Pflugerville, Texas
Broadcast area Austin-Round Rock metropolitan area
Branding Puro Norteño 1600 AM
Frequency 1600 (kHz)
Translator(s) 107.9 (CP)
First air date June 16, 1985
Format Regional Mexican
Power 5,000 watts day
700 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 54661
Transmitter coordinates 30°20′44″N 97°32′46″W / 30.34556°N 97.54611°W / 30.34556; -97.54611
Former callsigns KVYK
Owner Encino Broadcasting
(Encino Broadcasting LLC)
Sister stations KELG, KTXZ

KOKE is an Austin, Texas radio station, operating at 1600 kHz, licensed to Pflugerville, Texas, and is owned by Encino Broadcasting LLC. The station currently airs a Regional Mexican format.

Overview

KOKE was purchased by Encino Broadcasting LLC, along with KELG and KTXZ on September 24, 2007.[1]

The station was originally licensed as KVYK until June 16, 1995 when the callsign was changed to KOKE.[2]

From 2004 to 2007 the station was owned by Border Media Partners and served as a liberal talk radio station and Air America Radio affiliate.[3]

Personalities

  • "Federico Castro"
  • "Primo Pablo"

References

  1. ^ Broadcasting and Cable 10/08/2007 Transactions
  2. ^ FCC Callsign database
  3. ^ http://www.austinchronicle.com/gyrobase/Issue/column?oid=oid:554298

External links

  • Query the FCC's AM station database for KOKE
  • Radio-Locator Information on KOKE
  • Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for KOKE


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