Basic Radio Station Information

KEOM 88.5 FM

City of License:
Mesquite, TX

Format:
Classic Hits

Market:
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX

Owner:
Mesquite Independent School System (Mesquite Independent School District)

KEOM is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Mesquite, TX and is part of the Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX radio market. The station airs classic hits music programming. KEOM is owned by Mesquite Independent School System.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Great radio station for the simple fact that your radio station plays some old hits that no one else plays.Sometimes even plays jazz. Very cool.
By: Laura Hagey on March 6, 2012

Probabaly my favorite Dallas radio station! I'd love to do a V/O for you guys. - Ari AriRoss.com
By: Ari Ross on November 11, 2014

I can you offer a $100 reward to your listening audience for finding or recovery of my friend's 2003 Deep Blue Pontiac Vibe license plate # TPJ135 possible rear driver side window broken out Thank you. 469-274-6854 PLEASE PRAY FOR RECOVERY OF THIS CAR IT HAS THE ASHES OF HER DECEASED FATHER IN IT.
By: Lynnette on January 21, 2015

As a saint for Jesus Christ In lettings. You know vs Will take children from one month old upwards Don't bury. Children numbers in bible study Numbers prepaid for holy war Don't let your children be used for research take care of your children For Christ sake keep children safe
By: raymond on May 6, 2015

Can you please play this song on air - of our son 17 composer songwriter with tribute song called tragedy - tribute to all who experienced tragedies. This is remastered version of his own original with (vocal for hire). Can you please let us know - (214) 369-8168 You can also listen on JonECope.com https://youtu.be/rU1Fjte2g9E
By: Lisa cope on August 1, 2016

Hey, so I'm interested in going into the broadcasting field and was hoping I could come by for a tour of the place to see how it all works. Thanks
By: Daniel Lopez on March 20, 2017

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