KWKH

KWKH (1130 AM) is a sports radio station serving Shreveport, Louisiana. The 50-kilowatt station broadcasts at 1130 kHz. Formerly owned by Clear Channel Communications and Gap Central Broadcasting, it is now owned by Townsquare Media.

KWKH is the local affiliate of the New Orleans Saints and the LSU Tigers as well as Fox Sports Radio. A 50,000-watt clear-channel station, KWKH can be heard across much of the central portion of North America at night.

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... The flagship station of the program was KWKH/1130 in Shreveport ... However, KWKH continued to use the Louisiana Hayride name for packaged music tours throughout the 1960s on a bi-weekly, monthly or quarterly basis, finally ending ... which was retitled Louisiana Hayride in 1975 after KWKH agreed to let Kent use the name ...
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... KWKH has a colorful history ... In the mid-1950s, KWKH was one of the first radio stations to feature the music of Elvis Presley on its long-running Louisiana Hayride program at the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium ... Frank Page (1925-2013), long-term KWKH broadcaster, introduced Presley to the Louisiana Hayride, a Country music program presented from 1948 to 1960 ...
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Larry Scott (radio Personality)
... for hosting The Interstate Road Show which aired overnight on KWKH from Shreveport, Louisiana and on KVOO (now KFAQ) out of Tulsa, Oklahoma ... He returned to Shreveport to host several one-hour shows on KWKH on Sunday mornings until KWKH instituted a format change in May of 2012 ...