Oklahoma City-based Tyler Media has purchased two Tulsa radio stations, KRVT AM 1270 and KZLI AM 1570. Tyler began managing both stations Jan. 1.
KRVT is currently a Spanish-language regional station and home to "Don Cheto," one of the top-ranked morning shows in the nation. It airs daily from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The station will continue with its format and be rebranded as La Z 1270 AM KTUZ, Tyler Media said, and will continue to carry "Don Cheto."
Tyler also acquired KZLI AM 1570, which currently airs Christian Spanish music. KZLI will be reformatted to English with religion and community talk.
Tyler Media will be moving the studios of both stations to its Tulsa offices where the Univision-affiliated TV station is located.
"We are excited to add these radio assets to our successful Univision TV station and continue serving the Tulsa community with additional tools," said Ty Tyler, president of Tyler Media, in a news release.
Tyler Media was founded in 1965 by Ralph Tyler and remains a family-owned business, operated by his sons, Ty and Tony Tyler.
Tyler Media currently consists of 12 radio stations, three television stations, and an outdoor advertising company.