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Kzee

KZEE
City of license Weatherford, Texas
Broadcast area Weatherford and Vicinity
Branding "Hot Pepper 1220 AM"
Frequency 1220 kHz
First air date 1956
Format Brokered South Asian
Power 1600 Watts (Daytime)
200 Watts (Nighttime)
Class D
(Application for B)
Callsign meaning None. It was randomly issued by the FCC
Owner Tarrant Radio Broadcasting
Website radio1220am.com

KZEE (branded as Hot Pepper 1220 AM) is a brokered South Asian AM radio station that serves the Weatherford, Texas, area, and is owned by Tarrant Radio Broadcasters.

History

KZEE began their broadcasting activities as a [Top 40] radio station in August 1956. Originally owned by Tom Gibson and Ed McLemore, it was later owned by Horace Boren who sold it to J. Fred Case dba Bartlesville Broadcasting Corp. The station was sold in the 1970s to Galen Gilbert dba Community Service Radio Group. In the 1980s it went through a succession of other owners until 2005 when the station flipped its format to Asian Programming under its current ownership.

External links

  • KZEE station website
  • Query the FCC's AM station database for KZEE
  • Radio-Locator Information on KZEE
  • Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for KZEE
  • DFW Radio/TV History

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