KNGT 99.5, or also familiar in the market by the brand Gator 99.5, is a radio channel licensed to Lake Charles, Louisiana. The satellite frequency of the radio can be accessed across the region of Southwest Louisiana and Southeast Texas on 99.5 MHz. The audience outside of the domestic area can enjoy the programming of the station on its official web portal. The station offers Country music format and has the credit of being one of three country operators in the Lake Charles.
KNGT 99.5 not only offers simulcasted shows from New Orleans Saints radio network but also provides its own programs that are locally produced at its studios headquartered northwest of downtown Lake Charles. The power utilized by the channel to serve its global audience 24/7 is 100,000 watts. The services of the station are described as “Today’s Country Hits.”
The channel started its operations on the 8th of November 1965 by the calls KPLC-FM and used these letters till 1982. After that, it switched to KHEZ and used this sign for the next year. In 1985, the channel started to offer content from adult contemporary format by the callsign of KHLA. The current country format of the radio was adopted in 2002. After three years in 2005, the last changes were made when it switched to its current brand name and calls.
You can get further info about the broadcaster from both its official web portal and its social media accounts.
KNGT 99.5 Shows
Mike Soileau In The Morning
Middays with Jess
Drive At 5 With Your Buddy Russ
Taste of Country Nights
Classic Country Saturday Night
Bob Kingsley’s Country Top 40
You can head over to the official website at gator995.com.