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Doug Cole

Director of Broadcasting, Classical Music Host

Doug Cole joined KCCU-FM in April, 2007 as Station Manager and Operations Director. In November 2012, Doug accepted the title of Interim General Manager. Doug became Director of Broadcasting, effective July 1, 2013. Prior to moving to Lawton, Doug was the General Manager of KOCV-FM, Odessa College, in Odessa Texas.

Doug started in Public Radio as a volunteer at KSKA-FM in Anchorage, Alaska in 1987.  After moving to Texas from Alaska at the end of 1990, Doug worked weekends at an AOR station, and weekdays at a CBS Radio Network News/Talk station before starting at KOCV as Operations Coordinator in 1993.

Doug earned his B.A. in Mass Communications with a Speech Minor from The University of Texas, Permian Basin, where he graduated summa cum laude and was named Outstanding Graduate in Mass Communications. He also earned his M. Ed (Adult Learning and Distance Education) from The University of Phoenix.

Doug loves music, and his mother had him participate in church choir from “…day one, to get me out of the house,” said Doug.  He also took eight years of piano, played trombone though two years of college and reads music. New he excels in playing guitar poorly, but he does have some nice guitars, a tube amp and lots of pedals. 

Doug’s wife Renee’ works at Halliburton in Duncan. Together, they share a home with four cats in Elgin, OK.

Doug also wears the station webmaster hat. Doug tweets, but does not Facebook. "You've gotta draw the line somewhere," he says. Doug has never used the word "Wonk" in a conversation and does not eat kale or quinoa.

Doug is a past Chair of the Cameron University Staff Advisory Council and currently serves as Nominations Chair. He also serves on the Cameron University Public Exercises Task Force and serves on the Oklahoma Public Media Exchange, the organization that funds the State Impact Oklahoma project.

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Freedom Festival 2018

Jun 26, 2018
lahc

The 2018 Lawton Freedom Fesitval is Saturday, June 3o from 10am until 10pm at Elmer Thomas Park in Lawton. The fesitval has free admission, free parking and activites for all ages.

The festival also has one of the largest fireworks displays in Oklahoma!

The festival also features the Sweet Temptationz Car Show and a Motorcycle show.

Freedom Festival amenities include: spray park, childrens playground with shade covers, food, drinks, sales and activity vendors.

Arts for All, Inc.

The 44th annual Arts for All Festival is May 11, 12 & 13 at Shepler Park in downtown Lawton, Oklahoma. 

Artists from around the country will display their art in the mediums of photography, pottery, sculpture, painting, jewelry and fiber.

SPRING 2018 FUNDRAISER

Mar 1, 2018
KCCU / Cameron University

'Its All About The Programming!!' 

Here are the totals so far: $36,671 / 183 Members / 4 Vehicles, Our goal is: $55,000!

Our Spring fundraiser is underway, and as the title says, this fundraiser is all about the programming. Listener support is KCCU's most important source for money to purchase programming. 

That is where you come in. To contribute online, click here.

The Arts Council

The 21st annual Arts Alive! Home & Garden Festival is Saturday and Sunday, February 24-25 at the MPEC Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall in Wichita Falls, Texas.

The festival is open from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m on Saturday and 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Sunday. KCCU is proud media sponsor of the festival.

The Home & Garden Festival is 100% full of vendors that have the best ideas for garden equipment, materials to make your life better and home decor that will make everything beautiful.

KCCU will be airing the CU/Lawton Civic Chorale's performance of Handel's Messiah at 11 a.m. on Christmas morning. Tune-in to enjoy this local production af a Christmas tradition. The performance was conducted by Doris Lambert and made possible by the Lawton Schubert Club and the Fort Sill New Post Chapel.

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