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KKTK
City of license Texarkana, Texas
Branding K-Talk 1400
Slogan "Texarkana's news/talk leader AM 1400 KKTK"
Frequency 1400 MHz
Format News/Talk
Power 1,000 watts
Class C
Facility ID 4439
Transmitter coordinates 33°26′28.00″N 94°03′16.00″W / 33.44111°N 94.05444°W / 33.44111; -94.05444
Former callsigns KMLA (1988-1990)
KTFS (1990-1991)
KHSP (1991-1998)
KOWS (1998-1999)
KEWL (1999-2002)
KKTK (2002-2005)
KEWL (2005-2007)
Affiliations ABC Radio, Fox News Radio
Owner American Media Investments, Inc.
Sister stations KPGG, KEWL

KKTK (1400 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk format. Licensed to Texarkana, Texas, USA, it serves the Texarkana, Texas and Arkansas area. The station is currently owned by American Media Investments, Inc.

Radio personalities and programming include American Morning, Dave Ramsey, Neal Boortz, Fred Thompson, Dennis Miller, Phil Valentine, The Midnight Radio Network, Glen Beck, Gary Sullivan, Phil Valentine, Clark Howard, Newsweek On-Air, Meet the Press, Lars Larson and Bob Costas.

The station was re-assigned the KKTK call sign by the Federal Communications Commission on February 7, 2007.[1]

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