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Dallas Cowboys Radio Network

The Dallas Cowboys Radio Network is an American radio network broadcasting all Dallas Cowboys football games to stations across all of Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and New Mexico during the NFL season.[1] Beginning with the 2009 NFL season, it is the arm of CBS Radio and comprises over 50 stations with KRLD-FM in Dallas being the flagship station.[2] Beginning in the 2011 NFL season, a separate contract will allow the network to be carried nationwide through Compass Media Networks.

Announcers

The announcers are Brad Sham with play-by-play, Babe Laufenberg with color commentary, and Kristi Scales with sideline reports.[1]

Affiliates

Texas

  • Abilene - KHXS 102.7 FM
  • Alpine - KVLF 1240 AM
  • Amarillo - KARX 95.7 FM
  • Andrews - KNFM 92.3 FM
  • Atlanta - KPYN 1400 AM
  • Austin - KVET 1300 AM
  • Big Spring - KBST-FM 95.7 FM
  • Brownsville - KQXX 105.5 FM
  • Brownwood - KQBZ 96.9 FM
  • Bryan - KNFX-FM 99.5 FM
  • Carthage - KGAS-FM 104.3 FM
  • Childress - KCTX-FM 96.1 FM
  • College Station - KNFX-FM 99.5 FM
  • Comanche - KCOM 1550 AM
  • Corpus Christi - KKTX 1360 AM
  • El Paso - KROD 600 AM
  • Gonzales - KCTI 1450 AM
  • Haskell - KVRP-FM 91.7 FM
  • Hereford - KPAN 860 AM
  • Kermit - KPTX 98.3 FM
  • Killeen - KLTD 101.7 FM
  • Lamesa - KPET 690 AM
  • Laredo - KHOY 88.1 FM
  • Lubbock - KJTV 950 AM
  • Lufkin - KYBI 100.1 FM
  • Malakoff - KCKL 95.9 FM
  • Marshall - KMHT-FM 103.9
  • McAllen - KQXX 105.5 FM
  • Midland - KNFM 92.3 FM
  • Mineral Wells/Fort Worth - KFWR 95.9 FM
  • Monahans - KPTX 98.3 FM
  • Mt. Pleasant - KALK 97.7 FM
  • Odessa - KNFM 92.3 FM
  • Overton - KPXI 100.7
  • Palestine - KNET 1450 AM
  • Paris - KBUS 101.9 FM
  • Pecos - KPTX 98.3 FM
  • Plainview - KVOP 1090 AM
  • San Angelo - KGKL 960 A.M. & KGKL-FM 97.5
  • San Antonio - WOAI 1200 AM/KTKR 760 AM
  • Stanton - KNFM 92.3 FM
  • Stephenville - KSTV-FM 93.1 FM
  • Temple - KLTD 101.7 FM
  • Tyler - KAPW 99.3 Talk FM
  • Waco - KBRQ 102.5 FM
  • Weatherford - KYQX 89.5 FM
  • Wichita Falls - KYYI 104.7 FM

Arkansas

  • Glenwood - KHGZ 670 AM
  • Little Rock - KARN 920 AM

Florida

  • West Palm Beach - WSVU 960

Kansas

Louisiana

  • Shreveport - KEEL 710 AM

Missouri

  • Springfield - KWTO 560 AM

New Mexico

  • Albuquerque - KQTM 101.7 FM
  • Farmington - KTRA 102.1 FM
  • Hobbs - KHOB 1390
  • Roswell - KBIM 910 AM

Oklahoma

  • Ardmore - KTRX 92.7 FM
  • Bartlesville - KRIG 104.9 FM
  • Hugo - KBUS 101.9 FM
  • Oklahoma City - KEBC 1340 AM
  • Tulsa - KTBZ 1430 AM

Tennessee

  • Memphis - KWAM 990 AM

Spanish

A separate network broadcasts games in Spanish. The flagship station is KMVK 107.5 FM in Dallas. The Spanish announcers are Victor Villalba, Andres Arce and Luis Perez.[1]

Affiliates

Texas

  • Amarillo - KZIP 1310 AM
  • Austin - KWNX 1260 AM
  • Beaumont - KIKR 1450 AM/KBED 1510 AM
  • Brownwood - KXYL 1240 AM
  • Bryan - KVJM 103.1 FM
  • Dallas - KFLC 1270 AM
  • El Paso - KAMA 750 AM
  • McAllen/Brownsville - KGBT 1530 AM
  • Midland/Odessa - KTXC 104.7 FM
  • Plainview - KRIA 103.9 FM
  • San Antonio - KZDC 1250 AM

Louisiana

  • Shreveport - KSYR - 92.1 FM

New Mexico

  • Artesia/Carlsbad - KPZE 106.1 FM
  • Clovis - KGRW 94.7FM
  • Las Cruces - KAMA 750 AM

Mexico

  • México City - XERC 97.7 FM [Not available anymore]

References


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