KZEY (1410 FM, "Rhythmic Oldies/Urban AC") is an American radio station licensed to serve Marshall, Texas. Magic 1410, Marshall's Old School, is owned by RCA Broadcasting LLC. It broadcasts a Urban AC/Urban Oldies format that is locally programmed.
On December 19, 2014, Access.1 filed to transfer the license of KCUL 1410 to RCA Broadcasting LLC of Texas. The FCC approved the transfer to RCA Broadcasting on February 7, 2015. The sale to RCA Broadcasting was consummated March 20, 2015, ending Access.1's 15-year ownership of KCUL.
DKZEY (690 AM) was an American radio station licensed to serve Tyler, Texas, USA. The station, established in 1958, was owned by Community Broadcast Group, Inc.
When the station fell silent in January 2007, KZEY had been broadcasting an urban adult contemporary music format to the greater Tyler- Longview, Texas metropolitan area.
In 2005, the station encountered financial and technical difficulties resulting in the station's license being temporarily pulled and the KZEY call sign deleted from the database maintained by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on October 19, 2005. Four months after the station was deleted from the database, the station was re-licensed and re-assigned the KZEY call sign by the FCC on February 2, 2006.
In June 2006, the station's owner suffered a stroke and the station went off the air for good in January 2007. In a February 2011 letter to the FCC, the owner indicated that he was surrendering the station's broadcast license as well as the licenses for ten sister stations in similar dire circumstances. On May 2, 2011, the station's license was cancelled and the KZEY call sign assignment was deleted permanently from the FCC database.
KZEY may refer to:
- KZEY (AM), a radio station (1410 AM) licensed to serve Marshall, Texas, United States
- KZEY (defunct), a defunct radio station (690 AM) formerly licensed to serve Tyler, Texas
- KMHT-FM, a radio station (103.9 FM) licensed to serve Marshall, Texas, which held the call sign KZEY-FM from 1994 to 2003