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Last seen on: The Washington Post Crossword – May 19 2020
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KEBC is a radio station serving the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma market. KEBC broadcasts on 1560 kHz. For many years, the KEBC call letters were at 1340 in Oklahoma City (now KGHM). The station’s studios are located in Northeast Oklahoma City and a transmitter site is south of the downtown area.
1560 AM is a United States clear-channel frequency.
KEBC was originally on 94.7FM. It originally stood for The Electronic Broadcast Company. For many years, under the management of Ralph Tyler, it used the slogan “Keep Every Body Country” and was the top country station in Oklahoma City.
For a number of years the callsign was warehoused on 1340 AM (by CC to keep it away from the Tylers) ironically on the former KOCY radio, which for years was owned by Matt Bonebrake, was one of the first rock-and-roll stations in the OKC metro area back in the latter part of the 50s. The studios for KOCY back then were located at the Plaza Court Building at 10th and Classen. Dale Wheba, among others were jocks there. KOCY was one of the first 24-hour stations in the country at the time. It was rumored that Bonebrake made a million dollars a year for several years during KOCY’s top-40 rock and roll days. When KOMA and then WKY dumped the network stuff and switched to rock and roll KOCY went “Modern Music” which is basically an MOR adult music format of the day. Studios for KOCY were eventually moved to 28th and Oklahoma, where 1340 currently still has transmitter facilities sporting the call of KEBC. After the station moved to 28th and Oklahoma, and switched to the Middle of the Road format, it went off the air at midnight.