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Listeners in Henderson who have been listening to Classic Hits KDOK radio on 107.9 FM will notice that something different is now on that dial position.

That’s because a new radio station, transmitting from Hallsville, signed on Thursday February 6 about 4 PM.

To prevent interference, the KDOK Henderson transmitter has moved to 106.1 FM.

This move only affects listeners in Henderson. All the other locations remain the same. KDOK transmits on 1240 AM and 105.3 FM in Kilgore, 101.9 FM in Longview, 94.9 In Chalk Hill – Lake Cherokee and now 106.1 FM in Henderson.

KDOK plays the greatest popular songs from the mid 1960s through the 1980s. That includes artists such as The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Steely Dan, The Doobie Brothers and many others.

Unlike many stations that play music of this era, KDOK has a very large music library which allows it to play great hit music that has been lost for years. It’s a true musical education.

KDOK and its sister station, the more eclectic QX-FM, (100.3 FM) are locally owned and operated by Chalk Hill Communications, LLC. The stations programming originates in their local studios.

Chuck Conrad, its President and General Manager, has been active in the music industry for most of his adult life. He is also the Founder and Executive Director of the Texas Broadcast Museum in Kilgore. www.texasbroadcastmuseum.com For more information about the stations, please visit their web sites www.kdok.com or www.qx-fm.com.

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