Basic Radio Station Information

KNLE 88.1 FM

City of License:
Round Rock, TX

Format:
Christian Contemporary

Owner:
Ixoye Productions, Inc.

KNLE is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Round Rock, TX. The station airs christian contemporary music programming.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Hi - what is the name and performer of the song I keep hearing you guys play - it's all in Spanish -something about 'todos dias' ? Please reply to my email address - I need to know the title of the song and the artist, thanks!
By: Ron Kewin on May 24, 2014

I will be at Barnes and Noble in Round Rock, Texas March 14th 2-4p.m. Author signing for Prosperous Living Daily Devotional a book I have published. How can I get complimentary advertising for the event?
By: Minister Paula King harper on February 26, 2015

I will be at Barnes and Noble in Round Rock, Texas March 14th 2-4p.m. as an Author, signing Prosperous Living Daily Devotional books I have published. How can I get complimentary advertising for the event?
By: Minister Paula King harper on February 26, 2015

Do you have free advertising for public services. If so can you email the details. Thank you.
By: Carolina on June 23, 2015

We are hosting a Free Educational Event in Austin Sept 30th 4:30PM How to Finance your new business or franchise. There will also be 10 great national franchises that want to grow in the Austin Market and are looking for franchise partners. Can you help put out a PSA? Please let me know. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-finance-your-business-or-franchise-austin-tx-sept-30th-tickets-18226780792
By: Ron Sacco on September 16, 2015

BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS AND NEIGHBORHOOD FALL FAMILY EVENT SATURDAY OCTOBER 1, 2016 10:30 AM to 3:00 PM First Cumberland Presbyterian Church 6800 Woodrow Ave in north central Austin Fun activities, for all ages, will include a Pet Show, Pet Adoptions, Games, Face Painting, Food, and other events. The actual Blessing of the Animals will occur at Noon. Pastor Ron Stevenson will perform the blessing on animals brought to the event. Owners are asked to have the animals on a leash or in a carrier for the safety of all. Canned Food Donations Welcome For further information contact Katie Pace at 512-417-2188 or the church office at 512-453-8434.
By: Katie Pace on September 28, 2016

you're a fraud Preist!
By: Bob Foley on October 6, 2016

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT TAYA KYLE GUEST OF HONOR AT 12TH ANNUAL WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA CEREMONY HONORING AMERICA'S FALLEN HEROES The public is invited to attend the 12th Annual Wreaths Across America ceremony, Dec. 12th at 11 a.m. on the south steps of the Texas Capitol, hosted by the Texas Funeral Directors Association. Laying the first wreath this year will be special guest Taya Kyle, widow of Chris Kyle, the U.S. Navy Seal who became known as "the American sniper." The ceremony, which features presentation of the colors by a local color guard, patriotic songs and a time to honor those who have given their lives for our freedom. After the ceremony at the capitol, wreaths will be laid on the graves of all Texas military buried in the State Cemetery. Admission is free and open to the public.
By: Charlotte Waldrum on December 2, 2016

Public Announcement: On May 19th & 20th, 2017— The Old Town Street Festival, one of Central Texas’ most popular events, is a fun festival held each spring in downtown Leander’s charming Old Town District. On the third weekend of May, the streets of Old Town Leander fill with local and national artisans offering handcrafted creations. Texas bands and artists bring the stage to life, and family-friendly activities delight both adults and children. Food vendors provide both healthy and indulgent choices.
By: Leander Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center on April 17, 2017

Antique Gallery of Round Rock, Outback, Karma Car Wash and Advantage Auto Parts are sponsoring a car show benefiting the Texas Baptist Children's Home on September 30, 2017 between 10 am and 2 pm at 1601 s IH 35 Round Rock TX 78664. $20 entry fee goes to TBCH. Trophies will be awarded for Best of Show and First Place for truck, hot rod, classic/antique, muscle and sports car. All entrants will receive a swag bag (including a shirt).
By: gerald haskins on August 17, 2017

THE 12TH ANNUAL HOPEFEST FAMILY RESOURCE FAIR will be held at Reagan High School in Austin on Saturday, October 28th from 9:30 am to 3 pm. Sponsored by local schools, churches and community groups. HopeFest brings 3,000-4,000 attendees with over 150 exhibitors for a day of family resources, live music, free food and children's fun. Volunteers and gently used children's clothing are still needed. Come be a blessing at HopeFest! More information on how you can take part at hopefestaustin.org.
By: Allen Weeks on October 20, 2017

Burgers and Blankets is a Guiding Lives Worldwide, Austin Texas, Community Program. Purchase an adorable B & B T-shirt or Donate and give someone in our homeless community a burger and blanket for the winter. Please share www.guidinglivesworldwide.com. Please follow our Guiding Lives Worldwide Facebook page and we will be passing them out live on Facebook. Spread the word!! Blessings to all.
By: Brandy Junk on November 1, 2017

Howdy - there are two events in April that I would love for your listeners to hear about. How do I do that? We are Chariots of the Hills, a chapter of the Christian Motorcyclist Association. April 7th Bluebonnet Selfie Scavenger Hunt/Run register 9-11am at Llano Chamber of Commerce, ride and take selfies as listed and return to see if you've won a 1st, 2nd or 3rd place prize - no registration fee, donation only April 28th Bikes, Burgers and Bullets - shooting competitions/games. $15 registration. Grand Prize is a Handmade Hunting Knife. A great day testing your skills. Chapman Ranch: Starting from the intersection of FM 1431 and RR2900 in Kingsland, proceed south on RR2900 for 5.3 miles. Turn left (east) on FM 2233 for .3 miles. Turn right at 3051 Ranch Road 2233. There will be markers to assist you in locating the Shooting Range. For more information contact Pat Hoffman 325.423.0006 Proceeds support worldwide missions through Run for the Son.
By: Evonne Boggs on March 15, 2018

Phoenix House is hosting its first SPRING INTO WELLNESS fair on Saturday, April 14, from 9:00am-1:00pm at Opportunity Sports (1803 Bench Mark Dr, Austin, TX 78728). Come join us for a free day of live music, yoga, zumba, and games, plus hear motivational speaker Sugar Ray Destin, Jr. This event is supported by South Austin Church, SAFE Austin, Sendero Health, Smile Center Dental, Travis County Underage Drinking Prevention task force, and more! Bring your family out for free food and community resources.
By: Ashley Anderson on April 3, 2018

Hello! I am a the TX Talent Scout for Community Options and would like all of your listeners to know we are hiring for our home health aid position! We are a non profit organization in Austin that provides housing and employment opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We focus on moving individuals out of an institution environment and moving them into a home environment to be cared for. We have group homes in the Pflugerville area where are clients reside. We are hiring for our Direct Support Professional Position to provide care and support for our clients living in our group homes. We are hiring for full time, part time, and PRN positions. Requirements for the position are the following: -must be at least 18 years old -provide valid Drivers License -provide copy of HS Diploma or GED If you are interested please do reach out! My email is anna.fizouaty@comop.org Thanks so much! Anna
By: Anna Fizouaty on June 1, 2018

I listen to it all night and the woman who sings "You are god my father" also sings many other records, I love her voice, who is she? I leave to go back to my own country England next week, I'll miss her. Stu
By: Stuart Marshall on August 25, 2018

This man...this Preist person who runs/lives/hides over at the knle radio station is completely insane. I have witnessed him multiple times chasing people off his parking lot, taking pictures of them, calling the police, having the vehicles towed and it just goes on and on.There are NO signs saying people cannot park there while visiting the eye doctor or the chiropractor. He just comes running out telling you to move your vehicle or even worse, takes pictures of your children! What is he doing with those pictures? Its really creepy! Every time I go over there hes up to something weird! Stalking his parking lot, confronting people as they are leaving their cars, chasing them into the business they went into and causing a scene..OMG what is his problem? I think he really has mental issues! Someone should report him to the radio authorities, and if I can figure out how, IM doing just that!
By: ANONYMOUSER on October 2, 2018

To all fellow Americans, Texans and Austinites: I am writing to ask for assistance, be it in a public announcement, a post on your website, a brief mention or any other way to spread the word. In todays times, we are too worried about who is Red or Blue. Friendships are lost over this argument. This country was founded on sticking together. Helping our neighbor, just because the neighbor needed it. From building log cabins, harvesting crops, to a cup of sugar, we rallied to assist. I have a friend whose political beliefs are totally opposite of mine, and unfortunately, this has caused issues. He is a wonderful, caring man who now has Stage 4 lung and bone cancer. He is ex-military, a local Austinite, a Texan and fighting for his life. Along with this fight comes high medical costs. Unfortunately, disability and medicare do not pay the overwhelming bills. His family is barely surviving and medical bills are piling up. A fundraiser set up by his nephew was recently posted on Facebook. I would like to spread the word on this fundraiser to see if we can increase attendance and help this man and his family. Like Americans used to do. https://www.evite.com/event/02467642KK4JSUCGYEPI3M5FEC4WMY/rsvp?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=sharable_invite&utm_campaign=send_sharable_link Please help in anyway. And show Americans, especially Texans, care about their own. Thank you. Barbara Bowie
By: Barbara on November 1, 2018

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