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KRMG-FM
City of license Sand Springs, Oklahoma
Broadcast area Tulsa, Oklahoma
Branding News Talk KRMG
Frequency 102.3 MHz
Format News/Talk
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 150 meters
Class C2
Facility ID 47102
Owner Cox Radio
Sister stations KWEN, KRMG, KJSR, KRAV-FM
Webcast Listen Live
Website http://www.krmg.com

See also: KRMG

KRMG-FM (102.3 FM) is a conservative news/talk radio station in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The station is owned by large radio owner Cox Radio and airs mostly nationally syndicated talk shows by Neal Boortz, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Clark Howard, and Michael Savage. The station's only local weekday show is its morning show hosted by Joe Kelley. It simulcasts KRMG 740 AM.

Prior to the beginning of the simulcast with KRMG, 102.3 was known as "Spirit 102.3", a Christian radio station. The station played a mix of Christian adult contemporary music from the 1980s through 2000s. On Monday, March 16, 2009, it was dropped for a simulcast of sister KRMG. The Christian Contemporary format can still be heard on the internet and on Cox Digital Cable.

History

KRMG-FM's format history includes Alternative as KTOW, which later flipped to Urban Contemporary in the early 1990s as "Mix 102.3" giving Tulsa its first Urban station on the FM dial at the time since KKUL-103.3 (Now Classic rock KJSR) left the air in the mid- to late-1970s. KTOW was sold in the mid-1990s to Bill Payne and the format was changed to Classic Country as KTFX basically taking the intellectual property of the KTFX call letters and Country format formally at 103.3 which was owned by Payne, who sold the station to Cox Radio. Cox Radio purchased KTFX-102.3 from Payne and changed the format to Rock as KRTQ "Rock 102.3" to compete against heritage Rocker KMOD-FM. In 2005 KRTQ dropped its Rock format and changed to Contemporary Christian as KKCM, competing against heritage Contemporary Christian station KXOJ-FM.

On Monday, March 16, 2009, Contemporary Christian music was dropped for a simulcast of sister KRMG. The Christian Contemporary format can still be heard on the internet and on Cox Digital Cable.

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