COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M Athletics and its multimedia rights holder, Learfield’s Texas A&M Ventures, announced today major changes to its radio affiliations within the San Angelo, Texas radio market, as well as across Western Central Texas and into the Texas Hill Country .

Beginning this fall, fans of Texas A&M sports will now be able to catch Aggie game action and related programming on for the first time KMLS 95.5 FM, and on KPEP 106.5 FM, KYKK 93.5 FM, KHOS 92.1 FM, and KYXX 94.3FM. The multi-year agreements with Miriam Media, Inc., which owns KMLS, and TENN-VOL, Corp., which owns KPEP, KYKK, KHOS, and KYXX, means that Aggie Fans living in the greater Western Central Texas area around San Angelo, as well as most of the Texas Hill Country will now be able hear Aggie football games, men’s basketball games, coaches’ shows and select women’s basketball and baseball games on 95.5 FM from San Angelo to Ballinger, 106.5 FM from Eldorado to San Angelo, 93.5 FM from Junction to Mason, Eden, and Rocksprings, 92.1 FM Sonora, and 94.3 FM Ozona.

“We are very excited about this new partnership and the ability to provide a consistent, reliable broadcast presence in the San Angelo market, as well as across some 53,000 square miles of Western Central Texas,” said Douglas Walker, Texas A&M Sr. Associate Director of Athletics for External Affairs. “Adding this group of stations as Aggie Sports radio affiliates provides us with the best possible exposure in the radio marketplace across all of Western Central Texas and into the Texas Hill Country.”

Darryl DeLawder of Miriam Media, Inc., who owns and operates KMLS 95.5 FM, added, “Everyone here at KMLS is thrilled to become the broadcast affiliate for Texas A&M sports in the greater San Angelo area. We couldn’t be more proud to associate ourselves with such a storied football tradition, and we’re also in awe of their incredible success in basketball. Gig ‘em!”

“We’re excited to share with our radio listeners that we’ve become home for Texas A&M sports across Western Central Texas including the Texas Hill Country, and we are delighted in our new relationship with Learfield and the university over the next five years and certainly look forward to adding Aggie sports to KPEP in Eldorado, KYKK in Junction, KHOS in Sonora, and KYXX in Ozona,” said Danny Boyer of TENN-VOL, Corp., the Licensee of KPEP 106.5FM.

Texas A&M University is one of nearly 130 collegiate institutions, conferences and arenas represented by Learfield. The company’s rich history includes over four decades of developing trusted, long-term relationships with some of the most revered institutions and associations in the world of college sports. Additionally, it titles the Learfield Directors’ Cup and offers its partners professional concessions and ticket sales; branding, licensing and trademark consulting; digital and social platform expertise; campus-wide business and sponsorship development.