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Chickasaw Community Radio Network

Serving South Central Oklahoma on:

89.5 FM Ada
89.3 FM Dickson/Ardmore
97.3 FM Connerville/Tishomingo
104.5 FM Wynnewood/Pauls Valley

"Listening to KCNP puts you at the center of all that is happening with the Chickasaw Nation. You can be hundreds of miles away and remain informed and entertained in a way only KCNP radio can provide."

Bill Anoatubby, Governor
The Chickasaw Nation

Governor Bill Anoatubby
Visit our COVID-19 Information pages for details regarding the coronavirus as it relates to the Chickasaw Nation.
To schedule your COVID-19 Vaccination visit: or call (580) 272-1339

Established in 2009, Chickasaw Community Radio Network provides news, public affairs, weather coverage and a wide variety of music for citizens in south-central Oklahoma.

Owned and operated as a public service of the Chickasaw Nation, KCNP is a non-commercial community radio station.

A vision of Governor Bill Anoatubby, KCNP Chickasaw Community Radio Network was created to connect citizens through quality programming and news.


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Citizen Spotlight - Dr. Gary Sandefur

Chicaksaw citizen Dr. Gary Sandefur recently retired as OSU Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs at the end of March. A native of Madill, Dr. Sandefur has served in this position since 2014 after serving at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for 30 years. Quin Tran talks with Dr. Sanedefur about his career and what's next.

Citizen Spotlight - Elizabeth Bryant

A Chickasaw college student is using her skills to help people better understand COVID-19. Elizabeth Bryant, a senior at the University of North Carolina, is studying journalism with an emphasis on graphic art. She joined us to share details about her recent design project that is helping to educate the UNC community about vaccination science and safety.

COVID-19: One Year Later

Dr. Charles Grim and Dr. John Krueger reflect on the past year and its turning points—the development of the vaccine and its overall effectiveness.

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Did You Know?

The FM band of your radio is divided into two sections; Non-commercial and Commercial. Radio Stations using 87.9FM to 91.9FM and are called non-commercial are not allowed to broadcast for-profit commercials. Commercial advertising is usually found on radio stations using 92.1FM to 107.9FM.

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