Infobox Radio station
name = KTST
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Oklahoma City metropolitan area
branding = "101-9 The Twister"
slogan = "The Most New Country In Oklahoma"
frequency = 101.9
101.9 HD-2 for New Country
format = Hot Country
erp = 94,400
haat = 372
class = C
facility_id = 58390
callsign_meaning = K TwiSTer
Clear Channel Communications
webcast = [http://www.thetwister.com/cc-common/ondemand/player.html?world=st Listen Live]
website = http://www.thetwister.com
KTST, (101.9 FM, "101-9 The Twister") is a Hot Country station serving the Oklahoma City area and is owned by
Clear Channel Communications. Its transmitter is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
The station went on the air with a MOR format as KFNB (K First National Bank) transmitting from their bank building top downtown in
1962. The station switched calls to KLTE and became adult contemporary"Lite Rock 102" in 1979. The station switched formats to oldiesand became "K-Lite 102" in August of 1989. In 1991the station changed call letters to KOQL and became known as "Kool 102." A Clear Channel Communications Tulsa, OKsister station is known as "Kool 106.1." The Twister "touched down" March 11, 1994. As of August 2006, it is the top rated station in Oklahoma City, according to Arbitron12+ numbers.
* [http://www.thetwister.com KTST station website]
JOE FRIDAY & YEAGER Mornings (Joe Friday/Jimmy Barreda from sister stations KJ103/94.7 The Buzz & Kathi Yeager from Renda's Magic 104.1 KMGL)
BUFF afternoons(Craig Buffington from sister station KJ103)
MICHAEL TAIT nights(Original DJ from Twister since 1994 also from KOCC 88.9)
TOM TRAVIS (serves as PD for cluster)
LEE GENTRY (also from sister station KTOK 1000 AM)
BIG JAKE (from Twister since 1998, Jake the Janitor from sister station KJ 103, and Renda's Classic Rock 107.7 KRXO)
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