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WKOS
City of license Kingsport, Tennessee
Broadcast area Tri-Cities, Tennessee
Branding 104.9 KOS
Frequency 104.9 MHz
Format Hot AC
ERP 2,750 watts
HAAT 150 meters
Class A
Facility ID 67674
Former callsigns WGAT-FM, WZXY[1]
Owner Citadel Broadcasting
Sister stations WGOC, WJCW, WQUT, WXSM
Webcast WKOS Live Feed
Website wkos.com

WKOS (104.9 FM), branded as "104.9 KOS", is a radio station serving the Tri-Cities, Tennessee, area with hot AC music from the 1980s to right now. This station is under ownership of Citadel Broadcasting.

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History

This station was WGAT-FM Mar. 13, 1979, WZXY on Oct. 14, 1981, and changed to its current letters on July 1, 1991.[1]

In the 1980s, the station was a CHR-formatted station under the call letters WZXY. Through much of the 1990s and a large part of the 2000s the format was oldies ("Good Times Great Oldies")[2] and then adult hits. The station was called "The Peak" when it changed to hot adult contemporary.

Sports coverage

In 2007, the East Tennessee State University men's basketball team moved its games from WJCW to WKOS. This marked the first time the team was heard on FM radio.[3]

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