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KDOK
KDOK AM logo.png
City of license Kilgore, Texas
Broadcast area Longview-Marshall area
Branding The True Oldies Channel 1240 AM
Frequency 1240 kHz
Format Oldies
Power 1,000 watts (unlimited)
Class C
Facility ID 48950
Transmitter coordinates 32°25′2.00″N 94°51′15.00″W / 32.41722°N 94.85417°W / 32.41722; -94.85417
Former callsigns KOCA (?-1987)
KTXC (1987-1988)
KKTX (1988-1999)
KBGE (1999-2009)
Affiliations The True Oldies Channel (Citadel Media)
Owner Gap Broadcasting
(Gap Broadcasting Tyler License, LLC)
Sister stations KISX, KKTX-FM, KNUE, KTYL-FM
Website http://www.kdok1240.com/main.php?id=1

KDOK (1240 AM, "The True Oldies Channel 1240 AM") is a radio station syndicating The True Oldies Channel from Citadel Media. Licensed to Kilgore, Texas, USA, the station serves the Longview-Marshall area. The station is currently owned by Gap Broadcasting Tyler License, LLC.[1]

History

Logo used by station until simulcast of KKTX ended in May, 2009.

Previously known as KOCA, the station was assigned the call letters KTXC on February 9, 1987. On September 15, 1988, the station changed its call sign to KKTX then again on October 19, 1999 to KBGE.[2] The station had been simulcasting KKTX-FM 96.1 FM until May 7, 2009, when the station started syndicating Scott Shannon's "The True Oldies Channel and picking up the KDOK call sign dropped by KTBB in Tyler, Texas.

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