San Antonio’s KTFM 94.1 Becomes Energy 94.1
January 7, 2016
Alpha Media San Antonio announced that KTFM has become Energy 94.1 as of Thursday, January 7th at 5PM.

The KTFM brand first signed in on the air in San Antonio in 1969 at 102.7 on the FM dial. In 2005, KTFM landed on 94.1 as Jammin’ and by 2010 became the top 40 “Puro San Antonio” station.

The switch to Energy 94.1, will breathe new life into the KTFM brand while continuing to connect closely with the San Antonio audience. Loyal listeners will hear their same favorite deejays of KTFM including, Blondie and Nugget in the Morning, DJ Grooves in middays, Tony Cortez in afternoons, and Auggie 5000 in the evenings. Listeners can also expect some new exciting things for the new year like exclusive concerts, contests, and more.

Alpha Media SVP Market Manager, Lance Hawkins commented on the announcement, “We are ecstatic to start the year with a new chapter of the KTFM frequency and refresh this brand’s identity in the form of Energy 94.1.”

“By launching Energy 94.1 we believe we can generate enough noise to differentiate ourselves in a crowded San Antonio Top 40 marketplace. The birth of this new brand will also reinforce Alpha Media’s commitment to live and local radio. San Antonio is a unique market, and this presented us with the perfect opportunity to custom design a radio station that truly sounds like the community it serves,” remarked Energy 94.1 Program Director, Pat Cerullo.



 
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