Radio Stations in Texas


Number of Listings: 20

KACV-FM 89.9 - Amarillo College's Cutting Edge

  • P.O. Box 447, Amarillo, TX 79178
  • (806) 371-5222 • (806) 371-5228
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  • Region: Panhandle / South Plains
  • Genres: Americana • Bluegrass • Blues • College/Community • Country • Folk/Acoustic • Jazz • New Age • Tejano • Americana, Bluegrass, Blues, Country, Folk/Acoustic, Jazz, New Age, Tejano, AAA, College Radio, Modern Rock
  • KACV (89.9 FM) "Amarillo College's Cutting Edge" is a 100,000-watt modern Texas station in association with Amarillo Junior College featuring progressive music everyday between 6 a.m.-midnight. We also play jazz on Sundays. Special attention is given to Texas artists. Texas-related programs include Textunes hosted by Jesica Wood every Sunday Morning from 9-noon. In order to submit your music for consideration, please adhere to one of the following: send .mp3 or .wav files to; send to KACV FM90 Attn. Program Director, P.O. Box 447 Amarillo, TX 79178; or in person to the station at 2408 S. Jackson St. on Amarillo College campus during regular business hours, Monday though Friday 9am to 5pm. In person submissions will not be accepted at any other time. Regardless of how you choose to make your submission, it needs to include the artist name, song title, and a name and phone number for contact info. Music with questionable, offensive or profane lyrical content will not be considered for airplay. Music with substandard production quality will not be considered for airplay. Submissions become the property of KACV FM90 and will not be returned. The Program Director for KACV FM90 will review all submissions and make all decisions concerning airplay on FM90.

KOOP-FM 91.7

  • P.O. Box 4089, Austin, TX 78765
  • (512) 472-1369 • (512) 472-5667
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  • Region: Austin Area
  • Genres: College/Community • College Radio, Gospel/Christian, Public Radio, Rap, R&B/Hip Hop, Spanish AC, Texas Music, Conjunto, swing, German Czech
  • KOOP (pronounced koh-op as in “co-op”) is a community radio station in Austin, TX, owned and operated by its members in a cooperative structure depending primarily upon its volunteers and supporters for all operations of the station. KOOP provides a diverse array of programming, emphasizing programs that deal with local issues and/or serve communities which are under-served by the mainstream media. KOOP has more than 60 unique, locally-produced programs airing every week. Each of these programs is produced by an individual or by a collective of members. Any member of the community can join our organization and apply to produce a radio program — and KOOP provides the facilities and the training.

KPWR-FM 91.1

  • Austin, TX 78701
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  • Region: Austin Area
  • Genres: College/Community • Folk/Acoustic • New Age • College Radio, News/Talk, R&B/Hip Hop, Texas Music
  • KPWR is an urban, community, web-based radio project also broadcasting FM 91.1. They provide a safe space for grassroots community programming to teach and learn while informing our listeners of our local and global struggles.

KUTX-FM 98.9

  • 300 West Dean Keeton, Stop A0704, Austin, TX 78712-1061
  • (512) 471-1631 • (512) 471-2345
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  • Region: Austin Area
  • KUTX 98.9 is an eclectic 27,000 watt noncommercial NPR affiliate. Located at the University of Texas at Austin, KUTX signal covers approximately a 60 mile radius. Our award-winning locally-produced music programming includes Texas music, blues, jazz, world beat, rock, folk, country, singer/songwriter, electronic, pop, Latin; plus NPR national and international news, and local public affairs and news programming from KUTX news department. Texas artists can be heard on all our programs. To submit music, physical CDs sent to Jeff McCord, Music Director, KUTX Public Media Studies, 300 W. Dean Keeton (A0704), Austin, TX 78712-1061 are preferred. To submit electronically, send a link to a .wav file of your recordings so we can preview and download them to Unsolicited email music file attachments will not be submitted. KUTX does accept unsolicited CDs. Your CD should be available commercially. Whenever possible, submitted CDs should be final copies of full albums or EPs with artwork. It’s also helpful to include a “one sheet” that includes a short bio, contact information, a song list highlighting your strongest tracks, as well as any songs that have lyrics that the FCC wouldn’t like us to play on the radio. If you are inquiring about a live appearance or are interested in coverage on other KUTX programs as well as airplay, please send us two copies of your CD. Please understand that we do not have the resources to provide individual feedback on every CD we receive.

KVRX-FM 91.7

  • P.O. Box D, Austin, TX 78713
  • (512) 471-1865 • (512) 495-5879
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  • Region: Austin Area
  • Genres: College/Community • Dance/Electronic • Rock • Asian, College Radio, Dance, Latin Pop, Modern Rock, News/Talk, Rap, R&B/Hip Hop, Texas Music
  • KVRX (91.7 FM) "None of the Hits, All of the Time" is the 3,000-watt noncommercial student-run radio station at The University of Texas at Austin. Formerly KTSB-Cable FM, in early 1994 the station changed to KVRX-FM, and shares 91.7 with KOOP-FM, Austin Co-op radio. We broadcast through Real Audio web-casting 24 hours a day and we are on FM, Mondays through Fridays, 7 p.m. till 9 a.m. and Saturdays and Sundays, from 10 p.m. till 9 a.m. To listen online, goto We feature underground music with an emphasis on new releases, Texas artists, blues, jazz, folk, World, Reggae, and hip-hop music. Programming includes campus, local and national news and sports, and community affairs. More than 215 students are involved with KVRX-FM. It is required on each two-hour program to include 2 Texas artists. Texas programming includes Local Live , which airs Sundays 10 p.m.-11p.m. featuring a local band live in the studio. We put out compilations from these recordings. We also sponsor live music shows in town regularly. If you are interested in submitting your music to the station, please do not email the music department. Instead, send a CD of your full-length album / EP (no singles) to our mailing address at KVRX Student Radio, P.O. Box D, Austin, TX 78713.

KWTS-FM 91.1

  • P.O. Box 60747, Canyon, TX 79016
  • (806) 651-2796 • (806) 651-2911
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  • Region: Panhandle / South Plains
  • Genres: College/Community • Classic Rock, College Radio, Mainstream Rock, Modern Rock
  • KWTS 91.1 FM is a non-commercial college station that promotes the freshest music and newest talent on the West Texas A&M University campus. KWTS is fully operated by students. KWTS is also involved in many other broadcasting organizations: National Broadcasting Society, Live Crew, and various campus and community activities. We operate at 6,000 watts, which reaches approximately nine counties in the Texas Panhandle. KWTS serves the students of West Texas A&M University, Canyon, Amarillo and surrounding areas by offering a diverse program. They offer specialty programs to almost any and every taste in this area.

KACB-FM 96.9 - Aggie Catholic Radio

  • 603 Church Avenue, College Station, TX 77840
  • (979) 703-6643
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  • Region: Southeast Texas
  • Genres: College/Community • Jazz • College Radio, Gospel/Christian, News/Talk

KANM-AM 1850

  • 1236 TAMU-Student Services Building, College Station, TX 77843-1236
  • (979) 862-2516 • (979) 458-5266
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  • Region: Southeast Texas
  • Genres: Big Band • Blues • College/Community • Country • Folk/Acoustic • Jazz • New Age • Polka • Tejano • Asian, Classic Rock, College Radio, Dance, Modern Rock, News/Talk, Rap, R&B/Hip Hop, Texas Music
  • KANM Student Radio is, as the name implies, the student-run radio station at Texas A&M University. We strive to provide non-commercial music and views to the Bryan/College Station community that aren't available on other local or popular national media. “The college station of College Station” broadcasts 24/7/365 at 1580 AM, on Campus Cable Channel 88, 99.9 FM Cable, and via online streaming audio. Our DJs have weekly shows with free-form formats consisting of indie rock and pop, emo and post punk, punk, hip hop, alternative, metal, electronica, jazz, world, blues, folk, talk, and more. Student radio at Texas A&M has been around for almost 35 years, and KANM is proud to continue this tradition.

KETR-FM 88.9

  • P.O. Box 4504, Commerce, TX 75429-4504
  • (903) 886-5848 • (903) 886-5387
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  • Region: Dallas / Fort Worth
  • Genres: Americana • Big Band • Bluegrass • Blues • College/Community • Country • Folk/Acoustic • Jazz • New Age • Polka • Tejano • AAA, AC, CHR/Top 40, College Radio, Dance, Gospel/Christian, Mainstream Rock, Modern Rock, News/Talk, Oldies, Public Radio, R&B/Hip Hop, Texas Music
  • KETR (88.9 FM) is a 100,000-watt public radio station featuring: Light AC, a Texas Music Program, News, and Sports. We are a proud NPR member station and American Public Media affiliate, offering programs such as "A Prairie Home Companion", Car Talk", "Symphony Cast" and others. Texas Artists are asked to send CD's for air on our Texas music Program, Notably Texan, to the address above, attention: Matt Meinke. Notably Texan also conducts interview with Texas artists. KETR public radio is a 100,000 watt station serving the Northeast Texas area from the campus of Texas A&M University - Commerce.

KCBI-FM 90.9

  • 750 North St. Paul Street, Suite 1050, Dallas, TX 75201
  • (469) 801-7000 • (214) 787-1909
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  • Region: Dallas / Fort Worth
  • Genres: Childrens • College/Community • College Radio, Gospel/Christian
  • KCBI (90.9 FM) is a 100,000-watt contemporary Christian music station programming Christian teaching and worldview programs. To call in to our studio, you may dial (817) or (214) 787-1909 or Toll Free (800) 223-5224. KCBI is simulcast on 93.9 KCRN San Angelo.

KTRU FM 96.1

  • MS-506, Rice University, Houston, TX 77251-1892
  • (713) 348-5878
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  • Region: Houston / Galveston
  • Genres: Americana • Bluegrass • Blues • Childrens • Classical • College/Community • Jazz • Asian, College Radio, Mainstream Rock, R&B/Hip Hop, Texas Music
  • KTRU programming features genres and/or artists who are underexposed, or unavailable, on the Houston commercial radio dial. Our DJs bring a diverse mix of music to the airwaves, and promote local music. You can hear hard-to-find rock, pop, jazz, blues, indie, punk, electronic, reggae, soul and many more genres, as well as selections from our weekly Top 35 list. The Local Show features Texas music on Tuesdays from 8-10PM.

KSHU-FM 90.5

  • P.O. Box 2207, Huntsville, TX 77341-2207
  • (936) 294-3939 • (936) 294-4400
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  • Region: Southeast Texas
  • Genres: Classical • College/Community • Jazz • Regional Mexican • Tejano • CHR/Top 40, Classic Rock, College Radio, Mainstream Rock, Modern Rock, Rap, R&B/Hip Hop
  • KSHU (90.5 FM) "The Kat" is a 3,000-watt non-commercial station at Sam Houston State University. Programming includes jazz, classical, classic rock, college, and hip hop. In the fall of 20120 we hope to implement a Spanish/Tejano station .

KTAI-FM 91.1

  • 700 University Blvd., MSC 178, Kingsville, TX 78363-8202
  • (361) 593-3489 • (361) 593-5824
  • Region: Corpus Christi / Victoria
  • Genres: College/Community • CHR/Top 40, Classic Rock, College Radio, Mainstream Rock, Modern Rock, R&B/Hip Hop
  • KTAI (91.1 FM) "The One" is a 100-watt college variety music station. Broadcast hours are 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and webcasting is available on our website.

KTTZ-FM 89.1

  • P.O. Box 42161, Lubbock, TX 79409
  • (806) 742-2209 • (806) 742-3100
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  • Region: Panhandle / South Plains
  • Genres: Classical • College/Community • Jazz • College Radio, News/Talk, Public Radio
  • KOHM (89.1 FM) is a 70,000-watt public radio station with classical music and fine arts programming. Programming focuses primarily on classical music and also includes NPR programming (such as Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Performance Today and Car Talk) and APM programming (such as A Prairie Home Companion, St. Paul Sunday and Pipedreams). KOHM serves the residents of the South Plains of West Texas and Eastern New Mexico. Our format is unique to Lubbock County and eight surrounding counties or portions of an additional 12 counties.

KBWC-FM 91.1

  • 711 Wiley Avenue, Marshall, TX 75670
  • (903) 927-3307 • (903) 927-3266
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  • Region: Northeast Texas
  • Genres: Blues • College/Community • Jazz • CHR/Top 40, College Radio, Gospel/Christian, News/Talk, Oldies, Rap, R&B/Hip Hop
  • KBWC (91.1 FM) "The Mix" is a 100-watt station broadcasting from the campus of Wiley College. We play urban contemporary including Gospel and jazz.

KWLD-FM 91.5

  • 1900 West Seventh Street, Plainview, TX 79072
  • (806) 291-1084 • (806) 291-1091
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  • Region: Panhandle / South Plains
  • Genres: College/Community • College Radio, Gospel/Christian, Contemporary
  • KWLD (91.5 FM) is a 370-watt, student-run radio station featuring contemporary Christian music. We are the only station in West Texas that plays Christian music throughout the day. We also broadcast Wayland Baptist University Pioneer and Flying Queen basketball to Hale County. As a non-commercial station, we accept grants and donations to promote the ministry of Wayland Baptist University. We broadcast from 7 a.m.-midnight.

KRTU-FM 91.7

  • One Trinity Place, San Antonio, TX 78212
  • (210) 999-8917 • (210) 999-8313
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  • Region: San Antonio / Southern Hill Country
  • Music for Independent Listeners: On-air, online or via the free KRTU app! Broadcasting from Trinity University since 1976.

KSYM-FM 90.1

  • 1300 San Pedro Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78212
  • (210) 486-1371 • (210) 486-5796
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  • Region: Dallas / Fort Worth
  • Genres: Americana • Bluegrass • Blues • College/Community • Folk/Acoustic • Jazz • Regional Mexican • Tejano • AAA, Asian, Classic Rock, College Radio, Dance, Latin Pop, Modern Rock, News/Talk, Rap, R&B/Hip Hop, Spanish AC, Texas Music
  • KSYM (90.1 FM) "Your Only Alternative"KSYM-FM is a radio station broadcasting an Indie-Alt-Rock music format and the popular Third Coast Music Network. Weekend shows include Jazz, Hip-Hop, and The Beatles. The student-run station was established in 1966 and is owned, operated, and licensed by San Antonio College in San Antonio, Texas, USA.

KTSW-FM 89.9

  • 601 University Drive, Old Main, No. 106, San Marcos, TX 78666-4616
  • (512) 245-3485 • (512) 245-3473
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  • Region: Dallas / Fort Worth
  • Genres: College/Community • AAA, College Radio, Dance, Modern Rock, News/Talk, Rap, R&B/Hip Hop, Texas Music, Indie music
  • KTSW (89.9FM) "The Other Side of Radio" is the official radio station of Texas State University, broadcasting to San Marcos and the Interstate 35 corridor stretching from San Antonio to Austin. KTSW is a student run, college indie formatted station featuring music from all genres including, rock, hip-hop, electronic and more. KTSW has several specialty shows, news programs, syndicated shows, talk shows, and is the official station for Bobcat Athletics and Rattler Football broadcasts. KTSW is host to the annual My Radio Festival, aka, MR Fest, a free music and arts fest held the last weekend of every April, as well as other live music events both on and off campus throughout the year. Check out our website for sports broadcasts schedules, specialty show details, upcoming events and the complete program guide.

KXTR-FM 100.7

  • P.O. Box T-0095, Stephenville, TX 76402
  • (254) 968-9586 • (254)-968-9589
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  • Region: Dallas / Fort Worth
  • Genres: College/Community • Classic Rock, College Radio, Mainstream Rock, Modern Rock, News/Talk, Public Radio, Rap, R&B/Hip Hop
  • KXTR (100.7 LP-FM) "The Planet" is Stephenville's Rock and Rap alternative, playing over 5 decades of popular music from 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM. During the late night hours from 10:00 PM - 4:00 AM, the station plays some of the biggest hits in Hip-Hop and Rap, both old and new. "Good music all the time." The station is owned and operated by Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas. We play all kinds of rock music and anything else that we deem worthy. The station made its first broadcast on February 9, 2004. KURT provides an opportunity for Tarleton students of all majors to gain experience both on-air and off as a DJ or by working in a management, promotions, sales, production or music position. Internships are also available for students who would like to gain experience while also earning class credit.