Fort Worth has one daily newspaper as well as a variety of weekly, monthly, and quarterly publications.
- Daily: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
- Weekly: The Fort Worth Weekly; Fort Worth Business Press
- Monthly: Fort Worth Magazine; Indulge Magazine
- Quarterly: FW Inc.; Fort Worth Business CEO
The radio stations that you can tune into in Fort Worth run the gamut. As in most markets, the AM dial mainly offers political talk radio. WBAP 820, KSKY 660, and KRLD 1080 are the conservative talk stations serving the city. KFXR 1190 is a news/talk/classic-country station, and sports talk can be found on KTCK 1310 “The Ticket.”
There are also several religious stations on AM in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. KHVN 970 and KGGR 1040 are the local urban gospel stations and KKGM 1630 has a Southern gospel format.
On the FM dial, tune into KCBI 90.9 and KLTY 94.9 for encouraging and uplifting Christian music and messages.
For the Spanish-speaking population, there are many AM stations, including KFJZ 870, KHFX 1140, KFLC 1270, KTNO 1440, and KZMP 1540. The mixed Asian-language stations include KHSE 700, KTXV 890, and KZEE 1220. Other formats found on the Fort Worth AM dial are urban KKDA 730, country music station KJSA 1120, and sports talk KCLE 1460.
The FM dial boasts KLN, a commercial radio station licensed to Fort Worth, as well as approximately 50 other FM stations. In a 2012 poll conducted by the Dallas Morning News, readers voted KKXT “KXT” 91.7, KDGE “Th e Edge” 102.1, KSCS 96.3, and KHKS “KISS FM” 106.1 as the most popular stations.
- KDFW Channel 4: Programming from the Fox network
- KXAS Channel 5: Programming from the NBC network
- KTVT Channel 11: Programming from the CBS network
- KTXA Channel 21: Independent programming
- KVFW-LD Channel 38 (Almavision): Almavision programming
- KFWD Channel 52: MundoMax programming