Infobox Radio station
name = KPLX

city = Fort Worth, Texas
area = Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
branding = 99.5 The Wolf
slogan = Texas Country
airdate = 1962 as KXOL
frequency = 99.5 MHz HD Radio
99.5 HD-2 for KTCK simulcast
format = Modern Country
erp = 100,000 watts
haat = 511 meters
class = C
facility_id = 54675
callsign_meaning = K-Plex (Former station name) or MetroPLeX
former_callsigns = KXOL (1971-1974)
KCWM (1968-1971)
KXOL (1962-1968)
owner = Cumulus Broadcasting
licensee = KPLX LICO, Inc.
webcast = [ Listen Live]
website = []
affiliations = ABC
sister_stations = KDBN, KKLF, KLIF, KTCK/KTDK, KGVL, KIKT

KPLX, branded as 99.5 The Wolf, is a country music radio station transmitting on 99.5 FM, serving the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex in Texas. The station first started out with a Middle-of-the-Road music format in 1974, then it was changed to a country station in 1980. They have been The Wolf since July 24, 1998. Before that they named the station "K-Plex 99.5". Its transmitter is located in Cedar Hill, Texas. KPLX has won numerous awards, including nods from the CMA, ACM, RAB Marconi Awards, Billboard/R&R and Radio Music Awards.

KPLX also broadcasts an HD Radio subchannel at KPLX-HD2. This HD subchannel was originally branded as Vibe 99.5, a New CHR format. However, in Spring of 2008, sister station KTCK 1310 the Ticket's towers were severely damaged during heavy storms, and has since been simulcasting on KPLX-HD2.


The current lineup (as Of August 2008) is as follows

* Morning Show: Wake Up With The Wolf Show - Paul Koffy, Lisa Taylor, Chris Sommer
& Missy McCoy
* Mid-Days: Smokey Rivers
* Afternoon Drive: Mark Phillips & Ryan Fox
* Nighttime: Jake Daniels
* Overnights: Michelle Rodriguez

Past personalities during "Wolf" branding

*Cody Alan
*Amy B
*Johnny Dingo
*Justin Frazell
*Tim Hart
*Hollywood Henderson
*Mr Leonard
*Bobby Mitchell
*Tara "The Chick" Ward
*Mr. Ed Lambert
*NiteWolf with Mel and Rebecca
*NiteWolf with Jeremy Robinson
*Kim Stewart
*JR Santiago
*Neil McGraw

Past personalities during "K-Plex" branding

*Jon Griffin
*"Moocho" Ken Mendez
*Jim Tyler
*Brian Kane
*"Fast" Eddie Coyle
*Teresa Brown
*Terry Dorsey

External links

* [ 99.5 The Wolf official website]
* [ Mike Shannon's Dallas-Fort Worth Radio and TV History]

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