WKCS (91.1 FM, "Falcon Radio") is a student-operated high school radio station in Knoxville, Tennessee, broadcasting an oldies radio format. he station is owned and operated by Fulton High School, and was included in the school's charter in 1951. The "KCS" component of its call letters refers to "Knox County Schools," and the station's nickname of "Falcon Radio" is a reference to the public high school's mascot. In addition to music, the station features live broadcasts of the school's football and basketball games. WKCS is the only high school radio station in the Knoxville area and, as of October 2010, the only station in the Knoxville market with an oldies format. It operates 24 hours daily, the only East Tennessee student station to operate around the clock.