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 (General Manger) of KCCU, 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. 

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.

Doug currently serves on the Lawton Arts For All Board of Directors and was a member of Leadership Lawton Class XXIV. Doug also serves on the Cameron University Public Exercises Task Force and serves as the Chair of the Cameron University Staff Advisory Council.

My dream guitar.
Credit Renee Cole

Ways to Connect

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KCCU - Lawton 89.3 FM (HD1 & 2) is operating at reduced power due to ice on the antenna. When ice forms on FM antenna structures, it causes the radiation to be focused back inwards (VSWR.) In extreme cases, this phenomenon can damage the antenna itself. When the computer detects VSWR above a certain ratio, power to the transmitter is shut off to prevent damage to the antenna. KCCU is currently using a low-wattage back-up transmitter.

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The KCCU Fall Fundraiser, or Warp Drive is sprinting towards the finish. [Give online here.] Our monetary goal for the fundraiser is $60,000.  Our current fundraising total stands at $50,987.25.  

The Warp drive began on November 2nd, and the on-air portion has concluded. We still need to raise $60K to pay for increased programming costs. 


Oct 23, 2015
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KCCU's Warp Drive begins November 2 and runs through November 22, 2015. Our goal is $60,000. If you are reading this, the  drive has already begun, because every day is fundraising day in Public Radio.

This Fundraiser, or Pledge Drive if you prefer is different. We Will Not Be Interrupting Programming!!!

Once you have received the renewal letter, or heard the on-air announcements, the drive has started.

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KCCU will be performing maintenance on the transmitter and installing new monitoring equipment in Lawton on Wednesday, May 29th. HD2 will be off the air on Wednesday morning, and 89.3/HD1 will be off the air periodically after 1pm. The outages should be minimal, but the transmitter must be taken off the air to install software upgrades and to install the new equipment. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Listening to HD2

Apr 22, 2015

Recently, while explaining HD radio to one of our listeners during a KCCU Community Meeting, it dawned on me that we have not done a very good job of publicizing the fact, you do not need a radio to listen to our HD2 schedule.

Now that KCCU programming is available on the World Wide Web and any multitude of smart phone or smart phone Apps, a radio is simply not necessary to enjoy HD2 (or KCCU.)