Radio Station Information
City of License:
San Antonio, TX
San Antonio, TX
San Antonio Public Safety Alliance
KXTJ is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 96.9 MHz. The station is licensed to San Antonio, TX and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Classic Hits music programming.
Station Coverage Map
Nearby Radio StationsTejano 1350, Relevant Radio 1160, KJ97, The Beat 98.5, KPAC 88.3 FM, Texas Public Radio 89.1, Y100, KONO 101.1, Jazz 91.7, KXZL 96.7 FM
Listener Comments and Reviews
Wow - greatest station I've almost never heard of. They have incredible S.A locals DJs - and these aren't kids, by any means. The format is 50s,60s,70s and some 80s! So any kid on a beach in the 70s with an am or fm radio will love the gems these guys pick out. This station is only 'open' from 6am until 10:30 pm - I think that's so cool! Now, due to such a low frequency tower, I'm gonna drive all over Bexar county to find the sweet reception spot !
By: David on June 12, 2018
Listening from New York State. I live only 25-30 miles north-northwest of NYC. This radio station is literally the BEST among any other out-of-state station I have tried. I'm happy to have deleted my Spotify accounts for the better. In fact, I can attest that KXTJ-LP is COMPLETELY underrated. Many times I tune in to out-of-state stations like 94.7 WCSX, 104.3 WOMC, and 100.3 WNIC (all 3 are based in Detroit and its surrounding metropolitan areas), The commercial breaks that play are not based in the respective broadcasting area; the ads are instead based on current location or areas closest to your current location, which absolutely drives me crazy. This radio station has no commercial breaks at ALL. What's more: SO MANY new hits to listen to. Barely anyone knows most of what is played on this radio station. This station is a perfect place to transition away from the typical "overrated" hits while simultaneously experiencing everything nonstop. Come to think of this experience like you're listening to SiriusXM, which is famous for many or all their music channels having zero commercial breaks. KXTJ-LP essentially integrates tons of songs you'd see on multiple SiriusXM channels into one live non-commercial radio station. For some time, I have been searching for a fantastic classic hits station based in San Antonio after most recently becoming a fan of the San Antonio Spurs following an extremely frustrating 11 years of being a fan of the Brooklyn Nets (who have an extremely dirty reputation and damaged bright future that all started with an atrocious trade that occurred in the Summer of 2013). As of last weekend, I am beyond thankful for having getting to know KXTJ-LP kudos to its real-time playlist showing on OnlineRadioBox. I'm more importantly thankful that I can listen in whether at my home area, in NYC, on any NYC Area-based mad transit system, or even while in the Philippines, where I will travel to for a month just a week after I write this. One thing I will say is that if you really want to listen to this radio station using the actual radio feature in your car, you need to strictly be located within the Northeast Suburbs of San Antonio; there is minimal to no signal reception of this station in Downtown San Antonio or anywhere else within the city. The DJs also recommend funding (see the Classic Hits 96.9 website for more information) to keep this radio station in operation for the long term. All in all, excellent playlist; I strongly recommend to anyone who up to today continues to be an avid radio station fan like me.
By: Johnluke on January 16, 2024
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