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You Asked for More—You've Got it!

Our mission and first priority is providing quality content for you—whenever, wherever, and however you need it. In that spirit, we are pleased to announce that Texas Tech Public Media is on the brink of a new and exciting change. Starting April 1st, NPR 89.1 is expanding its content—giving you access to more of the quality programming that you know and love, as well as new, locally-handcrafted, West Texas-specific features. In addition, our programming will be available over a variety of platforms—meaning you can take a piece of home with you wherever you go!

Want to learn more? Read about our expansion below, and discover how you can receive some of the latest perks of being an NPR 89.1 listener. Thank you for supporting Texas Tech Public Media!

...At home, in the office, or in your car, KTTZ will be one button push away. We’ll be offering more locally-produced classical music programs that will entertain and educate our audience. We also hope to add more local voices—making our service a community-sourced listening experience you won’t find anywhere else.

–Paul Allen Hunton & Clint Barrick

Listen Your Way

Click on the links below to learn more about our individual broadcast services, how to access these resources, and to view programming schedules for each. Also, read about our new local features created, specifically, for all of our West Texas listeners.

KTTZ (89.1-1 HD) will feature a new programming schedule starting April 1—airing local, state, and national news, weekdays (5A-8P), and classical music programming overnight and on weekends.

KTTZ HD2 (89.1-2) Are you one of our Mendelssohn maniacs? Do you just need a Pachelbel pick-me-up? Tune in to our new, dedicated, classical service—created specifically with you in mind!

KTTZ HD3 (89.1-3) Prefer a spot of tea with your news and talk radio intake? KTTZ HD3 gives you the latest in the BBC broadcast world. So toast a scone, grab your earl grey, and tune in to 89.1-3!

The NPR ONE app streams our local, state, and national news and talk programming—dedicated, specifically, to our news and talk radio junkies. Can't get enough NPR talk in your day? You're in the right place!

The KTTZ app is relaunching to provide a new schedule crafted for our classical connoisseurs who yearn for locally-curated symphonies on their smartphones. Which, let's be honestwho doesn't?

coming soon!

Want to listen to KTTZ through your Mac or PC? Visit radio.kttz.org to stream our 89.1 programming through your desktop, laptop, or any other browser-friendly device!

Questions? Comments?

We'd love to hear from you! write us at kttztv@ttu.edu or call us at 806.742.3100.