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KTKT
City of license Tucson, Arizona
Branding 990am ESPN Deportes Radio
Frequency 990 kHz
Format Spanish sports radio
Power 10,000 watts
Class B
Facility ID 2744
Transmitter coordinates 32°15′19.00″N 111°0′32.00″W / 32.25528°N 111.00889°W / 32.25528; -111.00889
Affiliations ESPN Deportes Radio
Owner Arizona Lotus Corp.
Website ktkt.com

KTKT (990 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish sports radio format. Licensed to Tucson, Arizona, USA, the station serves the Tucson area. The station is currently owned by Arizona Lotus Corp. and features programing from ESPN Deportes Radio.[1]

KTKT was once an English-language station that broadcast games of the Tucson Sidewinders and Tucson Toros minor league baseball teams.

During the 1950s, KTKT was Tucson's only rock and roll radio station. In the 1960s, and the early 70s, KTKT played a Top 40 format and was by far the number one radio station in Tucson and southern Arizona. Today there is a KTKT Tribute site devoted to the original KTKT "color channel 99" [color TV was the rage in the early 1960s].

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