Tarleton Radio provides hands-on learning experiences and real-world work opportunities to Tarleton State University students while also offering a largely rural listening audience access to National Public Radio (NPR) programming and unique listening experiences.
Donate today to help Tarleton Radio ensure continued access to enhanced educational experiences and cultural enrichment.
Tarleton Radio studios serves as living labs for broadcasting students and offer hands-on, real-world work experiences through paid internships that are available for students interested in pursuing a career in broadcasting and the communications industry.
KTRL 90.5 FM
KTRL 90.5 reaches 10 counties in the Cross Timbers area, offering a unique mix of music, news, talk, and local programming. Listeners enjoy flagship NPR programs such as Morning Edition and All Things Considered. In addition, shows like Big Band Ballroom, Beatles & Beyond, Essential Jazz, Random Tracks, 377 Carnivàle, and Standards, Jazz & The Blues are produced and hosted by local volunteer disc jockeys with a passion for music.
KTRL is also the official radio broadcaster of Tarleton Texan sports!
KXTR 100.7 LPFM
KXTR 100.7, “The Plant,” is Tarleton’s student-produced and -hosted radio station, offering listeners in Stephenville and Erath County a mix of rock and hip-hop programming that is not otherwise available in the local area. KXTR is the official voice of Tarleton students and also provides information on community events, social services, on-campus events, educational resources, and more.
By donating today, you help sustain Tarleton Radio and the unique experiences we cultivate for listeners and students.