92.5 Oklahoma City

Jake On The Move In Oklahoma City?

Tyler Media has been busy reshaping its Oklahoma City cluster in 2013, but still may have one more move left in it. 925JakeFM.com was registered on Friday and is already redirecting to the website of Country “93.3 Jake-FM” KJKE Newcastle. The 92.5 frequency is currently home to Classic Hits KOMA. A move or frequency swap with KOMA to move Jake to 92.5 would give the Country format increased coverage north of Oklahoma City in areas near Guthrie, Perry and Stillwater. 92.5 is a Class C operating with 94kW at 472 meters, while 93.3 is a Class C1 running 100kW at 243 meters from a tower site south of Oklahoma City near Norman. So far in 2013, Tyler Media has made the following changes to its Oklahoma City properties: Flipped Radio Disney 1560 KEBC to Comedy Moved Classic Rock 107.7...[Read More]

Renda Sells Oklahoma City Cluster

Update 7/17: As the filings for these sales make their way to the FCC Database, we see that Tyler Media will pay Renda $40 Million for its four stations and receive $1.6 Million from WPA Radio for KTLR and KKNG. Original Report 7/16: Renda Broadcasting has sold its Oklahoma City cluster to Tyler Media. The sale brings together Renda’s News/Talk 1520 KOKC, Classic Hits 92.5 KOMA, AC “Magic 104.1” KMGL, and Classic Rock 107.7 KRXO together with Tyler’s “Radio Disney 1560” KEBC, Country “93.3 Jake-FM” KJKE, Regional Mexican “La Z 106.7” KTUZ, and two television stations. In order to get under the mandated limits for stations owned in a market, Tyler will spinoff “Community Talk” 890 KTLR/94.1 K231BH and Classic Country &#...[Read More]