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’ is an accountant and 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. He is on the board of directors of Lawton Arts for All and also serves on the Cameron University Public Exercises Task Force as well as the Oklahoma Public Media Exchange, the organization that funds the State Impact Oklahoma project.

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Broken Donate Link

Apr 6, 2020

Unfortunately, our Donate link is down, temporarily. Our bank is in the process of changing payment portals. If you wish, you can call with your card information on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays between 8 am and Noon when we are in the office. Unfortunatly, with COVID-19 precautions in place, we cant have you bring the card by to run in our machine.


Mar 26, 2020

Communications workers, such as: "Workers who support radio, television, and media service, including, but not limited to front line news reporters, studio, and technicians for newsgathering and reporting" are classified as Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce* by the US Department of Homeland Security-Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Securuty Agency or CISA.

In other words, the staff of your public radio station is at work ensuring the programs you expect to hear are on the air.


The 2019 International Festival opens at 5 p.m. on Friday, September 27 at Elmer Thomas Park in Lawton, Oklahoma. The festival continues through the 29th and all events are free.

The KCCU-89.3FM transmitter in Lawton is currently experiencing air conditioning woes. Once the building gets too hot, the transmitter shuts itself down automatically due to excessive heat.

The building was cooled by two units. As luck would have it, both units have issues, The main AC unit has failed and the back-up unit is also in the process of failing.

KCCU and our license holder Cameron University are aware of the problem and steps are being taken to secure two new air conditioning units. 

The 8th annual Mountain Metro AMBUCS Trkyes N Tread Car Show is April 13 and 14 at the Comanche County Fairgrounds located at 920 S Sheridan Road in Lawton, OK. 

The show is a fundraiser for the Metro Mountain AMBUCS which provides children, adults and veterans with AmTrykes (theraputic bikes), scholarships for therapists, Challenge Trail (a Special Olympic type event) and more.

The Trykes N Tread Car Show will draw hundreds of show cars from around the country. The show also has a family friendly event area called Kids Corner.