There is a new sports voice on the FM dial in Northeast Oklahoma. You can now hear programming from Pawhuska's AM 1500, KPGM crystal clear, 24 hours a day at 99.1 FM.
Radio station owner, Kevin Potter says it took several months to move the request through the Federal Communications Commission. The transmitter is in place, the antenna was mounted on the mast, and the signal went on the air over the weekend.
You can near programming from the Oklahoma City Thunder's flagship station, WWLS and from Fox Sports. In addition, KPGM carries daytime St. Louis Cardinal games and this summer you will hear play-by-play for the Bartlesville American Legion Indians and Oklahoma Wesleyan University Men's and Women's Basketball.
KPGM also carries live Pawhuska High School football and basketball games plus local news from Pawhuska and Osage County.
Potter says adding the FM channel at 99.1 gives KPGM increased night-time coverage and static-free sound regardless of the weather.