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For the airport in Detroit, Michigan assigned the ICAO code KDET, see Coleman A. Young Municipal Airport.
City of license Center, Texas
Broadcast area Tyler-Longview
Branding "Community Radio"
Frequency 930 kHz
Format News Talk Information
Power 1,000 watts day
36 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 9769
Transmitter coordinates

31°50′3″N 94°12′53″W / 31.83417°N 94.21472°W / 31.83417; -94.21472Coordinates: 31°50′3″N 94°12′53″W / 31.83417°N 94.21472°W / 31.83417; -94.21472{{#coordinates:31|50|3|N|94|12|53|W|region:US-TX_type:landmark |primary |name=

Affiliations Citadel Media
Owner Center Broadcasting Company
Sister stations KQBB, KXXE

KDET (930 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a news/talk/information format.[1] Licensed to Center, Texas, USA, the station serves the Tyler-Longview area. The station is currently owned by Center Broadcasting Company.[2]

KDET began broadcasting in February 1949 under the ownership of Tom Foster and the management of Robert Jackson "Jack" Bell. From then until the year 2000, its highly successful format[citation needed] catered to the farmers, ranchers, sportsmen, and small-town residents of Deep East Texas and Northwestern Louisiana.

Chief star of KDET from 1966 until 2000 was Jack Everett "Jack Mack" McLendon who, while known to his listeners for his early-morning show including a crowing rooster at sign-on and the school lunch menus in rhyme, was also the most prolific producer of advertising on KDET.[citation needed] Jack Mack's cousin Mattie Imelda McLendon Dellinger talked to listeners with her call-in show "Mattie's Partyline" in the 1990s and early 2000s.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Summer 2009. Retrieved July 25, 2009. 
  2. ^ "KDET Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved July 25, 2009. 

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