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TV and radio in Central Arkansas guide 

Surfing the airwaves in Central Arkansas.

Yearning for a nature show? Some gospel music? Here's a list for your eyes and ears.

TELEVISION STATIONS

AETN Channel 2 (PBS)

682-2386

www.aetn.org

KARK Channel 4 (NBC)

Owner: Nexstar Broadcasting

340-4444

www.arkansasmatters.com

KLRT Channel 16 (FOX)

Owner: Newport Television

225-0016

www.fox16.com

KATV Channel 7 (ABC)

Owner: Albritton Communications

324-7777

www.katv.com

KTHV Channel 11 (CBS)

Owner: Gannett

376-1111

www.todaysthv.com

KASN Channel 38 (CW)

Owner: Newport Television

www.cwarkansas.com

225-0038

Cable television and satellite

CenturyLink, 866-770-1479

Comcast Cable (Jacksonville, Little Rock, North Little Rock, Sherwood), 375-5755

Charter Communications, 888-390-8783

DirecTV, 888-795-9488

Dish Network, 800-823-4929

AT&T U-verse, 225-4311

RADIO STATIONS

FM

KABF 88.3

Various formats

Owner: Community-owned

372-6119

kabf.org

KUAR 89.1

NPR, local news

Owner: UALR

569-8485

kuar.org

KLRE 90.5

Classical

Owner: UALR

569-8485

kuar.org/klre.html

KIPR 92.3 "Power 92"

Rap and R&B

Owner: Cumulus Media and Medispan

401-0200

power923.com

KASR 92.7

Sports

Owner: Creative Media

327-6611

kasr.com

KKSP 93.3 "Big Rock"

Rock, hard rock

Owner: Crain Media

219-1919

bigrock933.com

KKPT 94.1 "The Point"

Classic rock

Owner: Signal Media

664-9410

point941.com

KHKN 94.9 "Tom FM"

Pop, rock

Owner: Clear Channel

217-5000

949tomfm.com

KSSN 95.7 "Kissin' Country"

Country

Owner: Clear Channel

217-5000

kssn.com

KHTE 96.5

Contemporary hits

Owner: Crain Media

219-1919

khits965.com

KURB 98.5 "B-98"

Adult contemporary

Owner: Cumulus Media

401-0200

b98.com

KDIS 99.5 "Radio Disney"

Children's

Owner: Disney

663-3300

radio.disney.go.com/music/

yourstation/littlerock/index.html

KDJE 100.3 "The Edge"

Hard rock, metal

Owner: Clear Channel

217-5000

1003theedge.com

KZTS 101.1 "Streetz 101.1"

Rap, R&B

Owner: Flinn Broadcasting Corp.

streetz1011.com

KOKY 102.1

Soul

Owner: Last Bastion Trust and Mediaspan

401-0200

koky.com

KPZK 102.5 "Praise Radio"

Gospel

Owner: Last Bastion Trust and Mediapan

401-0200

praisepage.com

KARN 102.9

News, talk, sports

Owner: Cumulus Media and Mediaspan

401-0200

karnnewsradio.com

KABZ 103.7 "The Buzz"

Sports talk

Owner: Signal Media

661-1037

1037thebuzz.com

KMJX 105.1 "The Wolf"

Classic country

Owner: Clear Channel

217-5000

1051thewolf.com

KLAZ 105.9

Contemporary hits

Owner: Noalmark

525-4600

klaz.com

KOLL 106.3 "The River"

'80s, '90s rock and pop

Owner: Crain Media

219-1919

refreshingmix.com

KLAL 107.7 "Alice"

Contemporary hits

Owner: Citadel

401-0200

alice1077.com

AM

KEWI 690

News, sports, oldies, nostalgia

Owner: Landers Broadcasting Co.

778-6677

kewi690.com

KMTL 760

Gospel

Owner: George Domerese

479-754-3399

kmtl760am.com

KLRG 880

Talk

Owner: Wagenvoord Advertising Group

727-424-4991

klrg880.com

KARN 920

News/talk

Owner: Cumulus Media and Mediaspan

401-0200

karnnewsradio.com

KJBN 1050

Contemporary Christian

Owner: Joshua Broadcasting Network

791-9118

kjbnradio.com

KAAY 1090

Religious

Owner: Cumulus Media and Mediaspan

401-0200

www.1090kaay.com

KPZK 1250

Gospel

Owner: Cumulus Media and Medispan

401-0200

KTUV 1440

Spanish Language

Owner: Birach Broadcasting Corporation

526-2660

www.lapantera1440.com

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