I’m Dick Pryor, general manager of KGOU Radio, and this is the Manager’s Minute.
We have exciting news to share this week.
KGOU is now broadcasting from a transmitter near Clinton to listeners across a large part of western Oklahoma.
On December 1, Cameron University transferred the license for the transmitter to the University of Oklahoma and KGOU.
The addition of the Clinton transmitter increases the reach of KGOU’s broadcast signal to 32 counties.
Listeners who heard programs from KCCU FM at Cameron University on 89.1 will notice some changes, with more emphasis on news and conversation, but many programs will stay the same, including Morning Edition and All Things Considered.
The new call sign for the transmitter is KQOU. Check out the map above to see our new primary coverage area for KGOU. The actual coverage area is actually bigger than depicted.
If you have any questions email me at email@example.com.
We welcome KGOU’s new listeners at 89.1 FM in western Oklahoma.
Until next time, with the Manager’s Minute, I’m Dick Pryor.