KFIT

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KFIT
City of licenseLockhart, Texas
Broadcast areaAustin area
BrandingGospel 1060
Frequency1060 kHz
First air dateNovember 8, 1983
FormatGospel
Power2,000 watts (day only)
ClassD
Facility ID34430
Transmitter coordinates30°19′13″N 97°38′59″W / 30.32028°N 97.64972°W / 30.32028; -97.64972Coordinates: 30°19′13″N 97°38′59″W / 30.32028°N 97.64972°W / 30.32028; -97.64972
Former callsignsKHJK (1983-1988)
AffiliationsWestwood One
OwnerKFIT, Inc. Darrell Martin interests
Websitehttp://www.gospel1060.com
 
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KFIT
City of licenseLockhart, Texas
Broadcast areaAustin area
BrandingGospel 1060
Frequency1060 kHz
First air dateNovember 8, 1983
FormatGospel
Power2,000 watts (day only)
ClassD
Facility ID34430
Transmitter coordinates30°19′13″N 97°38′59″W / 30.32028°N 97.64972°W / 30.32028; -97.64972Coordinates: 30°19′13″N 97°38′59″W / 30.32028°N 97.64972°W / 30.32028; -97.64972
Former callsignsKHJK (1983-1988)
AffiliationsWestwood One
OwnerKFIT, Inc. Darrell Martin interests
Websitehttp://www.gospel1060.com

KFIT (1060 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Gospel music format. Licensed to Lockhart, Texas, USA, the station serves the Austin area. The station is currently owned by KFIT, Inc. and features programing from Westwood One.[1]

History

Station was long called KCLT. The station was assigned the call letters KHJK on 1983-11-08. On 1988-02-09, the station changed its call sign to the current KFIT.[2]

The station operated as a 250 watt daytimer located in Lockhart for many years. The late Mike Venditti, working with prolific consultant Don Werlinger (one time principal of KFCC Bay City, Texas)worked to relocate the station to the 3 tower 2,000 watt operation it is today.

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