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KACO
City of license Apache, Oklahoma
Broadcast area Lawton, Oklahoma
Slogan "Real Superstar Country"
Frequency 98.5 MHz
First air date June 24, 1974
Format Country
ERP 18,500 watts
HAAT 93.0 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 70015
Transmitter coordinates 34°56′30″N 98°22′33″W / 34.94167°N 98.37583°W / 34.94167; -98.37583Coordinates: 34°56′30″N 98°22′33″W / 34.94167°N 98.37583°W / 34.94167; -98.37583
Former callsigns KKAJ (1974-1983)
KELS-FM (1983-1984)
KEBQ (1984-1987)
KRDM (1987-1995)
KRXZ (1995-1997)
Former frequencies 95.7 (1974-1986)
96.5 MHz (1986-1997)
Affiliations Citadel Media
Owner Perry Broadcasting of Apache

KACO (98.5 FM) is a radio station licensed to Apache, Oklahoma, USA. The station is currently owned by Perry Broadcasting of Apache.[1]

KACO broadcasts a country music format to the Lawton, Oklahoma, area.[2]

History

The station, launched in 1974 as KKAJ, was assigned call sign KELS-FM on March 15, 1983. On June 1, 1984, the station changed its call sign to KEBQ, then on February 2, 1987, to KRDM, again on October 15, 1995, to KRXZ, and finally on January 6, 1997, to the current KACO.[3]

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