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AM RADIO
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550    KCRS  News/Talk ICA Radio
600    KERB  Spanish/Talk La Radio Cristiana Network, Inc.
810    KXOI   Spanish/Religious Pedro Emiliano
920    KFLB  Religious Family Life Broadcasting, Inc.
1070  KWEL News/Talk CDA Broadcasting, Inc
1150  KLPF  Religious La Promesa Foundation
1230  KOZA  Spanish/Religious Stellar Media Inc
1330  KCKM Country Kickin' Country Broadcasting, LLC
1360  KACT Talk Zia Broadcasting Co
1400  KIUN  Country Pecos Radio Co.
1410  KRIL   News/Talk/Sports  Cumulus Media, Inc
1510  KMND News/Talk/Sports  Cumulus Media, Inc

 

FM RADIO

88.1   KFRI   
Christian
88.7   KLVW
Christian
89.5   KBMM
Christian
90.1   KPBJ  
Religious/Spanish
90.5   KFLB   Christian
Family Life Broadcasting, Inc.
91.3   KOCV  NPR Odessa Jr. College District
92.3   KNFM  Country Cumulus Media Inc
93.3   KZBT  
Top-40/Urban Cumulus Licensing LLC
95.1   KQRX 
Adult Hits Double O Texas Corporation
96.1   KMRK 
Country ICA Radio
96.9   KMCM 
Oldies Double O Texas Corporation
97.9   KODM 
Adult Contemporary Cumulus Media, Inc
98.3   KPTX  
Adult Contemporary Parday Inc
99.1   KHKX 
Country Double O Texas Corporation
99.9   KBAT  
Active Rock Cumulus Media, Inc
101.3 KMMZ 
Standards Chisholm Trail Broadcasting Co
102.1 KFZX  
Adult Hits ICA Radio
103.3 KCRS 
Top-40 ICA Radio
104.7 KTXC 
Spanish Midessa Broadcasting Limited Partnership
105.5 KACT 
Country Zia Broadcasting Co
106.7 KCHX 
Adult Contemporary ICA Radio
107.9 KQLM 
Spanish Stellar Media Inc



 Odessa-Midland, TX is one of the fastest growing areas in Texas, as well as its media. West Texas is also the heart of oil country. The Arbitron Ratings company ranks the market #187, with over 300,000 residents. The Odessa-Midland market consists of a cluster of smaller cities in West Texas, known as the Permian Basin, such as; Odessa, Midland, Monahans, Pecos, Crane, Kermit, and Andrews.  The market is served by a handful of TV stations (DMA# 159), including all major network affiliations, NBC KWES, CBS KOSA, ABC KMID, FOX on KPEJ, and PBS outlet KPBT. The major newspapers for the region are the Odessa American and The Midland Reporter-Telegram. The radio market is spread over a large area of West Texas, and has generated record breaking revenues in the past 10 years. The major radio companies in the area include Cumulus Broadcasting, Inc, Double O Texas Corporation, and ICA Radio. Due to the diverse, and demographic breakdown of the market, Country, Spanish and Rock are the most popular formats. As of the 2006 U.S. Census estimate, the Midland-Odessa metropolitan area, had a population of 246,710.




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