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KJTV
City of license Lubbock, Texas
Branding FOX Talk 950
Slogan The Voice for Lubbock
Frequency 950 (kHz)
First air date 1947 as KSEL (according to 1948 edition of Broadcasting Yearbook)
Format Talk & Sports
Power 5,000 watts Day
500 watts Night
Callsign meaning shares callsign of sister TV station, KJTV
Affiliations FOX News Radio, Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports, Texas State Networks, Texas Rangers, Dallas Cowboys, Dow Jones Report
Owner Ramar Communications
Sister stations KJTV-TV, KJTV-CA, KLZK-FM, KTTU-FM, KXTQ-FM
Website FOX Talk 950

KJTV (950 AM, "FOX Talk 950") is a Lubbock, Texas, radio station broadcasting with a daytime power of 5,000 watts. Programming includes both local and nationally syndicated talk shows.

News Director: Jeff Klotzman
Talk Show Hosts include: Jeff Klotzman, Jim Douglass, Chris Level, Robert Giovanetti, Eddie Griffiths

KJTV (as KSEL 950 1,000 watts Day, 500 watts Night) was the third radio station established in Lubbock, signing on in 1947. KCBD 1590 was second in 1946 and KFYO was established in 1926, moving to Lubbock in 1932.

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