Welcome to Tarleton Public Radio, KTRL 90.5 FM
KTRL Public Radio
Cars for KTRL!
Donate your old car to KTRL by calling 877-411-3662. You'll get a tax write-off and you'll support public radio at the same time! Read the Frequently Asked Questions about donating your car to KTRL.
Click the Donate Now button to your left right now and use your credit or check card. Your donation at any level will help ensure public radio for the Cross Timbers, but we'd like to suggest a donation of $40 or more. Call us during business hours at (254) 968-9586 and ask about the thank-you gifts, including the KTRL coffee mug.
We hope that if you listen to and value the station, you will pitch in and make a donation. If you're on campus in Stephenville, you can just drop by the Math building, room 138, to say hello while you drop off your check or credit card information.
The KTRL Leadership Circle is a new group of dedicated listeners that make an annual commitment of $1,000 or more. You can make a $1,000 donation online or contact the Development Office at (254) 968-9769.
Your participation is essential. Tarleton State University must raise funds from you, the listener, in order to keep KTRL as a public radio station.
- KTRL's mission is to extend the reach and expand the the horizon of Tarleton State University by informing, enriching and engaging its audience through radio and other media to enhance civic and cultural connections, to strengthen communities, and to reflect its listeners' sense of place.
- KTRL is partnered with you and with KAMU-FM, Texas A&M's public radio station in College Station, to bring you the best in NPR news, classical and jazz programming. This allows KTRL to serve a large number of people in the Cross Timbers that do not have access to the quality programming from National Public Radio (NPR) that many people rely on for news and information.
- KTRL is NPR for the Cross Timbers. For more details on our new programming lineup, click on the program schedule link to the left.
- KTRL has a small staff that includes students from Tarleton State that you will hear occasionally on the air in addition to the voices from KAMU-FM.
- KTRL 90.5 FM covers a 10-county area of the Cross Timbers from our transmitter located between Stephenville and Granbury, with our strongest signal available in Stephenville, Granbury, Glen Rose, Hico and Dublin, covering about 100,000 people in this core 3-county area, with nearly 1.5 million people in our extended full coverage area indicated by the outer salmon-colored area on the map below. KTRL has listeners from Comanche to Cleburne and from Hamilton to Weatherford, as well as in Fort Worth and Arlington.
Tell us what you think. If you have any comments on what you hear or suggestions for what KTRL should air, be sure to click on the comment link to the left. Please be sure to tell us where you listen to the station.
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