106.5 Lubbock

Five Lubbock Stations Move To New Frequencies

The Barton/Ramar format shuffle will take place at 10:00am today with five stations moving to new frequencies. With Barton closing on the swap of 106.5 KEJS Lubbock for 104.3 KTTU-FM Brownfield the most straightforward portion of the swap as KEJS’s Tejano format moves to 104.3 as “Power 104.3“. Ramar is getting a little more complex with its side. KTTU-FM’s Sports format will move from 104.3 to the Class C2 signal currently held by 97.3 KLZK New Deal as “Double T 97.3“ AC “97.3 Yes-FM” KLZK to the C3 signal of 107.7 KLBB Idalou as “107.7 Yes-FM“ Classic Rock “107.7 The Eagle” KLBB gets the upgrade to the 100kW C1 signal held by 93.7 KXTQ-FM Lubbock as “93.7 The Eagle“. Finish up the swap, Ramar’s Teja...[Read More]

Ramar & Barton Trading Lubbock Signals

Ramar Communications and Barton Broadcasting are exchanging station licenses in Lubbock, TX. Ramar will receive the license for what is now Tejano “Power 106.5” KEJS Lubbock, while Barton gains what is now Sports “Double T 104.3” KTTU-FM Brownfield. Both companies will retain the call letters and intellectual property of their respective stations. Once the sale closes on the later of December 4 or the fifth day following FCC approval, KTTU-FM will reside on 106.5 and KEJS on 104.3. Both stations are Class C2’s. 104.3 KTTU-FM operates with 50kW at 145 meters from a location 20 miles southwest of Lubbock (Coverage Map), while 106.5 KEJS runs 34kW at 179 meters from a tower shared with many other television and radio stations including eleven of Ramar’s oth...[Read More]