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California Airchecks - all Los Angeles and Los Angeles area except KFWB, KHJ, KLOS-FM, KRLA, and KRTH-FM

call letters KA to KK

Call Letters Frequency Date (YYYY/MM/DD) Start Time Disk Jockey and/or format (positioner) Duration (min) Scoping
KABC-FM 95.5 1959/02/18   Roger Carroll remote from the 1959 Hi-Fidelity show at the Biltmore Hotel. 46 None
1969/08/01   Brother John Rydgren/Rock ("The New Rock in L.A.") 61 None
1969/08/23   Brother John Rydgren 43 None
1970/06/25   Brother John Rydgren 31 None
1971/03/--   Larry Miller 45 None
KACD-FM/KBCD-FM (Santa Monica/ Newport Beach) 103.1 1996/07/25 15:31 Jeff Day and the Swedish Egil.  First day of DJs at the station. 47 None
1997/09/25 11:30 Format switch from CHR to "underground" dance (switch occurs at 12 noon) 92 None
KACD-FM
(Santa Monica)
103.1 1996/01/09 17:43 Nicci Ross/Freeform ("CD 103.1") 46 None
1998/04/03 CHR/Dance ("Groove 103.1") 47 None
1999/01/06   Nicole Sandler/CHR/AOR ("Channel 103 point 1") 46 None
2000/02/07   Nicole Sandler 46 None
2000/12/23   Scott Lowe 58 None
KBCA-FM 105.1 1976/02/06   Jim Gosa/Jazz 54 None
KBIG 104.3 1989/08/29 20:38 Guy Davis 35 None
22:45 Guy Davis 15 None
1995/10/23   Janine Wolf 37 None
1996/07/30 16:00 AC ("K-Big 104") 47 None
2000/07/15 17:40 Rob Archer 75 None
KBLA
(Burbank)
1500 1965/02/14   Rosko.  From the day before the switch to Top 40.  Preview of the new format. 67 None
1965/02/15 00:00 Midnight sign-on of the new Top 40 format with Dick Hugg. 19 None
1965/06/26 13:01 Humble Harve 65 None
1965/12/-- 17:00 Dave Diamond 29 None
1965/12/27 18:00 Bob Dayton 21 None
1966/04/05 21:00 Humble Harve 84 None
1966/09/25 12:01 Bobby St. Thomas 58 None
1966/10/23 22:00 Humble Harve 43 None
1966/11/-- 00:00 Don Elliott 20 None
11:05 Don Elliott 20 None
1966/11/13 22:15 Humble Harve.  Mr. Harve drops the music format for a while to take calls about the Sunset Strip Curfew Riot that occurred that night (among others). 45 None
1966/12/17 20:03 Humble Harve (full show) 250 None
1967/05/-- 11:00 Don Elliott 29 None
1967/06/13 ------ Bob Dayton 7 Scoped
16:36 Bob Dayton 87 None
18:05 William F. Williams 31 None
1967/06/16 06:15 Roger Christian 84 None
21:03 Dave Diamond 180 None
KCBS-FM 93.1 1992/09/16   Machinegun Kelly 59 None
1993/05/03 15:59 Danny Martinez 47 None
1993/08/-- 14:46 Danny Martinez 46 None
1996/01/01   Classic Hits ("Arrow 93") 92 None
1996/07/28 20:30 Classic Hits ("Arrow 93") 93 None
1996/08/19 07:05 Gary Moore 62 None
1996/10/20 08:20 Chris/Classic Hits ("Arrow 93") 92 None
2000/06/14 21:00 "Rockline" program with Bob Coburn.  Guests are the rock group Yes.  Last hour of show followed by regular KCBS programming. 82 None
2000/07/14   Bob Coburn ("Arrow 93") 92 None
2000/07/22   Danny Martinez 47 None
2001/12/09 10:00 Chris Taylor 45 None
2001/12/23 16:55 Shana 45 None
2002/05/09 12:24 Mary Price 46 None
2003/02/04 06:41 Joe Benson 92 None
2003/03/04   Frazer Smith 92 None
KCMG-FM 100.3 1998/12/28   Dennis Martinez/Jammin' Oldies ("The New Mega-100") 91 None
2000/06/30 16:36 Switch from Jammin' Oldies "Mega 100.3" to Urban/Hip-Hop "100.3 The Beat."  Eventually "The Beat" changes calls to KKBT and moves to 93.3.  Change in format occurs at 17:00.  See KKBT-FM below. 46 None
KCSN-FM
(Northridge)
88.5 2000/05/16   Celebration of the birthday of English musician and composer Mike Oldfield (born 5/15/53).  Radio from California State University, Northridge. 41 None
KDAY
(Santa Monica)
1580 1961/--/-- ------ Alan Freed 11 Scoped
1966/08/19 09:58 Tom Clay 35 None
1968/10/10 19:07 Roger Christian 46 None
1969/01/07 17:27 Bob Wilson 30  None
1969/01/30 07:02 Ed Heider 42 None
1969/06/20 10:01 Don Hinson 31 None
1969/11/26 19:58 Earl Trout (mild DX) 57 None
22:08 Earl Trout (mild DX) 54 None
1969/12/16 19:04 Earl Trout (mild DX) 54 None
1970/04/17 00:10 B. Bailey Brown 31 None
1970/05/28 18:56 Earl Trout 47 None
1970/10/02  18:15 Tom Maule 40 None
1970/12/05 09:10 Tom Maule 46 None
1971/07/31   Johnny Darin followed by Sam Riddle 45 None
1972/04/17 18:59 Wolfman Jack (first show at KDAY) 302 None
1972/04/18 00:01 Red Mountain (follows immediately the show above) 84 None
1972/10/31   Wolfman Jack (Halloween Story) 26 None
1973/04/13 20:32 Wolfman Jack 24 None
1973/08/--   Mike Lundy 32 None
1973/12/30 12:33 Bill Martinez 22 None
1974/08/13 08:23 Don Mac 30 None
1978/09/25 12:47 Dave Michaels 44 None
1981/05/21 17:07 Steve Woods 29 None
1991/03/28 12:27 J. J. Johnson.  Final hour of KDAY.  Ends with comments by general manager Ed Kirby followed by final sign-off.  KBLA took over the frequency, although that is not heard here. 47 None
KEDG-FM
(Glendale)
101.9 1989/05/12 00:00 John Logic 43 Commercials
06:56 Rachel Donahue 44 None
09:41 Rachel Donahue 21 None
10:00 Randy Thomas 223 None
13:23 Mark Goodman 19 None
15:30 Mark Goodman 61 None
17:50 Jim Ladd 82 None
22:00 J. J. Jackson.   Final show before change to KLIT ("K-Lite") light AC format. 93 None
KEZY
(Anaheim)
1190 1969/11/04 15:35 Scotty Morgan 28 None
1972/01/01 01:42 Paul Freeman 19 None
1972/10/21 11:37 Arnie McClatchy 32 None
KEZY-FM
(Anaheim)
95.9 1982/04/24 12:00 Steve Downes 360 None
KFAC-FM 92.3 1989/08/23 16:26 classical music 16 None
KFI 640 1962/08/--   Ed Hart 24 None
1963/11/16 06:32 Ken Marvin/MOR 28 None
1970/09/19 06:12 Lohman & Barkley 65 None
1970/09/26 06:10 Lohman & Barkley 50 None
07:38 Lohman & Barkley 35 None
1970/10/03 06:12 Lohman & Barkley 53 None
08:12 Lohman & Barkley 22 None
1970/10/10 06:14 Lohman & Barkley 44 None
08:13 Lohman & Barkley 24 None
1970/10/17 06:13 Lohman & Barkley 47 None
08:12 Lohman & Barkley 23 None
1972/04/16   50th anniversary program.  KFI signed on on April 16, 1922. 347 None
1973/06/05 19:45 Chuck Cecil 47 None
1975/08/25 14:04 Dave Hull 45 None
14:49 Dave Hull 50 None
1975/08/26 13:04 Dave Hull 97 None
1976/03/24 17:14 Hudson and Landry 60 None
1976/11/16 08:22 Lohman & Barkley 38 None
1978/05/-- 19:10 Charlie Fox 61 None
1978/09/26 17:55 Charlie Fox 44 None
1979/07/11 18:00 Ron O'Brien 59 None
1979/08/31 14:06 Eric Chase 29 None
1979/09/28 19:00 Ron O'Brien 62 None
1980/02/20 23:47 Doug Banks (slight DX) 72 None
1980/04/30 09:11 Lohman and Barkley 61 None
1980/10/04 22:08 Dave Diamond 30 None
1980/11/20 17:42 Jack Armstrong/Ron O'Brien 91 Partial
18:52 Ron O'Brien 32 None
1981/02/02 07:29 Lohman and Barkley 61 None
1981/05/30 19:00 Ron O'Brien 121 None
1981/06/16 22:40 Dave Diamond 43 None
1981/06/23 15:00 Jackson Armstrong 45 None
1982/06/15 20:55 Don Geronimo 60 None
1983/06/13 16:46 Steve LeBeau 94 None
1983/09/05 08:42 Byron 68 None
09:55 C. K. Cooper 21 None
1984/07/14 16:56 Ken Levine 61 None
1984/08/07 23:23 Steve Laymon ("Pillow Talk" show) 46 None
1995/01/25 07:06 Bill Handel.  Discussion of O. J. Simpson's new book. 28 None
2011/11/05   Jim Ladd.  Yes, an AM news/talk station featuring long-time progressive rock DJ Jim Ladd.  Ladd was among those let go in the sudden mass firing at legendary KLOS-FM on October 26.  KFI permitted Ladd to make the farewell broadcast he never got to do on KLOS. 108 None
KFOX-FM (Redondo Beach) 93.5 1981/07/21   Paul Bowman.  Country and western. 62 None
KGBS 1020 1969/05/03 15:18 Roger Christian 24 None
1970/05/22 23:00 Bill Thompson 32 None
1971/06/01 15:16 Ron Landry 46 None
1971/08/24 15:31 Dave Hull for Ron Landry 194 None
1972/09/28 15:00 Dave Hull 97 None
1974/03/15 07:01 Hudson and Landry 59 None
KGBS-FM 97.1 1969/03/17 18:07 Roger Christian 27 None
1975/08/18 22:37 Jimmy Rabbitt 74 None
1975/08/19 ------ Jimmy Rabbitt 6 Scoped
KGGI-FM (Riverside) 99.1 1980/03/21 11:05 Brian White 79 None
1987/07/--   Al Reno/AC 54 None
KGIL/KGXL
(San Fernando)
1260 1966/10/--   Larry Van Nuys Show for Pacific Drive-In. 54 None
1997/09/12 17:00 Gary Owens.  Show tunes. 61 None
1997/10/18   Florence Henderson (of Brady Bunch fame) 46 None
KGIL-FM 94.3 1985/08/03 09:55 Adult contemporary ("Lite Classics K-94.3") 45 None
1985/08/20 08:22 Brad Staggs/Adult contemporary ("Lite Classics K-94.3") 28 None
KGRB
(West Covina)
900 1992/09/23   MOR/standards.  Bob Stone is the announcer.  Mild DX over the last 10 minutes. 59 None
1994/12/31 20:00 "NBC's All Star Parade of Bands - New Year's Eve."  From "AM 90 - NBC Radio - Los Angeles."  A December 31, 1994 recreation of a December 31, 1961 program aired over NBC radio at that time. The network moved across the country from celebration to celebration as each time zone reached midnight on New Year's eve 1961. This is a re-creation of that program by KGRB, the short-lived NBC station in Los Angeles. Much of the original programming was retrieved and rebroadcast for the 1994 event. Please see the program log for the 1994 broadcast, as well as a letter describing the station from the program director at the time. 356 None
KHHT-FM 92.3 2011/05/20   Rick Dees 74 None
KHJ-FM 101.1 1970/09/28   Hit Parade '70 (automated) 58 None
1971/--/-- ------ "Solid Gold Rock & Roll" demo tape 18 None
1971/05/19 13:44 Johnny Williams 46 None
1972/12/01 10:32 "Solid Gold Rock & Roll" 31 None
1972/02/05   Automated.  "Solid Gold" 46 None
1972/02/17 13:30 Automated.  Long newscast featuring Bill Gendrich 30 None
KHTX-FM (Riverside) 97.5 1994/05/15   Country and western. 46 None
KHTZ-FM 97.1 1978/08/28 16:54 Ron Martin/country and western 67 None
18:00 Doc Holiday/country and western 24 None
1979/07/31 08:20 Charlie Tuna 61 None
1979/08/12 15:09 Beaver Cleaver 46 None
1979/08/16 17:00 Jackson Armstrong/AC ("K-Hits 97") 48 None
1981/09/04 20:04 History of Rock 'n' Roll.  Elvis Presley segment. 125 None
1984/06/09 18:00 Steve Scott 60 None
1984/07/31 20:54 Michael Moore/AC ("K-Hits 97") 44 None
21:39 Michael Moore/AC ("K-Hits 97") 46 None
KIBB-FM 100.3 1996/09/01   Station changed call letters and format from KXEZ three days earlier.  Hot AC format.  "The New B-100.3." 93 None
1997/11/19 18:00 Rhythmic AC "B-100" becomes America's first "Jammin' Oldies" station.  Change occurs at 19:00.  Station soon would be come KCMG "Mega 100." 90 None
1998/04/02   R&B Oldies ("Mega 100") 47 None
KIIS 1150 1973/05/01 07:00 Dave Diamond 59 None
1974/11/-- 19:56 Dave Diamond 29 None
1974/11/17 11:57 Bill Martinez/CHR 89 None
KIIS-FM 102.7 1975/10/01 06:00 Charlie Tuna.  First day as KIIS after change from KKDJ. 29 None
1976/04/13 19:32 Humble Harve 32 None
1976/04/30 10:40 Jay Stevens 55 None
1976/08/23 06:55 Charlie Tuna 33 None
1982/01/14 20:01 Don Geronimo 60 None
1983/09/-- 17:06 Ron O'Brien 48 None
1983/09/-- 20:47 Dave Murphy 42 None
1984/07/30 23:22 DJ not named 46 None
1984/08/01 15:50 Ron O'Brien 45 None
1985/06/11 14:59 Ron O'Brien 92 None
1985/08/21 07:18 Rick Dees 28 None
1986/10/27 15:45 Ron O'Brien 45 None
1987/06/25 22:19 Benny Martinez 46 None
1987/09/09 05:56 Rick Dees 35 None
1988/04/11 07:37 Rick Dees 44 None
1988/12/09   Paul Freeman 47 None
1989/04/08   Bruce Vidal 45 None
1989/06/19 05:58 Rick Dees with Scott Shannon 94 None
1989/08/--   Matt Alan 44 None
1989/08/24 09:21 Rick Dees 22 None
09:49 Rick Dees 22 None
1990/03/08   Rick Dees & Hollywood Hamilton 95  None
1990/07/12 09:27 Rick Dees 33 None
10:00 Bruce Vidal 58 None
13:30 Matt Alan 46 None
1992/02/23   Bruce Vidal (restored aircheck) 46 None
1992/07/02   Rick Dees 46 None
1996/07/30 22:35 DJ not named 47 None
1997/02/27   Billy Burke 124 None
1997/04/13   Todd Newton 47 None
2000/05/11 06:44 Rick Dees 93 None
2004/02/10 04:59 Rick Dees (final show) 90 None
KIKF-FM
(Garden Grove)
94.9 1997/03/18 07:48 Charlie Tuna/Country ("Southern California's Country") 46 None
1997/03/19 07:52 Charlie Tuna/Country ("Southern California's Country") 46 None
KIQQ-FM 100.3 1973/12/07 08:55 Robert W. Morgan 29 None
14:33 Don Steele 31 None
1973/12/27 14:25 Don Steele 47 None
1974/01/18 17:57 Billy Pearl 20 None
1974/01/21 06:00 Robert W. Morgan 78 None
1974/01/22 17:00 Don Steele 61 None
1974/07/05 08:58 Robert W. Morgan 46 None
09:57 Eric Chase 34 None
1974/09/14 18:00 Don Steele 58 None
1974/09/30 06:58 Robert W. Morgan 31 None
1975/04/04 ------ Eric Chase 3 Scoped
1981/08/25 06:40 Tony St. James and Bruce Chandler/CHR 90 None
12:58 Jim Carson/CHR 32 None
23:17 Tom Murray/CHR 32 None
1981/08/26 17:21 Jay Coppin/CHR 46 None
19:23 G. W. McCoy/CHR 46 None
1981/08/27 18:27 G. W. McCoy/CHR 90 None
1981/12/16 12:00 Jim Carson 61 None
1983/05/17 19:15 unnamed DJ 94 None
1983/06/11 21:30 Ernie Sanchez 94 None
1983/08/14 07:15 Jack Lacy 60 None
1984/07/30 08:45 Francesca Caputo and Jay Coppin/CHR ("K-100") 46 None
13:55 Bruce & Tony/CHR ("K-100") 45 None
1984/07/31 19:39 G. W. McCoy/CHR ("K-100") 47 None
22:25 Ernie Sanchez/CHR ("K-100") 45 None
KJAZ
(Beverly Hills)
1260 2002/03/21 07:10 Mark Morris/Jazz, eclectic 47 None
07:59 Mark Morris 47 None
22:38 Bob Parlocha 89 None
KJQI/KOJY (Beverly Hills/
Costa Mesa)
1260 1994/02/06      Gary Owens/Standards ("K-Joy") 46 None
KKBT-FM 92.3 1989/09/--   Change from classical format KFAC to KKBT "The Beat."  KFAC program director explains decision and lists other classical stations in the Los Angeles area to which listeners can tune. 54 Partly
1990/01/22 09:27 Tim Kelly 33 None
10:00 Diana Steele 61 None
1996/07/31 07:05 Urban ("The Beat") 48 None
2000/06/30 16:36 Format change from Urban/Hip-Hop "The Beat" to Jammin' Oldies "Mega 92-3."  The Beat moved to 100.3.  Switch occurs at 17:00.  See KCMG above. 46 None
KKDJ-FM 102.7 1971/08/06 22:25 Larry Hayes 87 None
1971/09/06 11:52 Shane 93 None
1972/05/29   Russ O'Hara 27 None
1973/08/-- 13:20 Rich Carroll 45 None
1973/08/-- 13:20 Jay Stevens 45 None
1974/01/01   Charlie Tuna.  "Rewind 1973."  Review of 1973 in news, sports, music, etc. 145 None
1974/01/22 06:59 Charlie Tuna 59 None
1974/02/02 11:00 Jay Stevens 60 None
1974/04/29 08:56 Humble Harve (first show) 94 None
1974/04/30 10:06 Humble Harve 31 None
1974/05/01 10:26 Humble Harve 31 None
1974/06/05 10:34 Humble Harve 18 None
1974/07/19 08:55 Humble Harve 68 None
10:01 Humble Harve 62 None
11:00 Humble Harve 65 None
1974/08/02 11:00 T. Michael Jordan 59 None
1974/09/10 14:25 T. Michael Jordan 63 None
1974/09/16 07:02 Charlie Tuna 29 None
1974/09/20 09:01 Humble Harve 33 None
1974/10/13 14:03 Humble Harve 63 None
1975/04/02 11:04 Humble Harve with The Righteous Brothers 63 None
1975/04/10 11:00 Humble Harve with Judy Collins 61 None
1975/04/19 13:02 Jay Stevens 62 None
1975/08/11 12:15 Humble Harve 29 None
1975/09/30 09:33 Final day with KKDJ call letters.  Charlie Tuna followed by Humble Harve. 30 None
KKGO-FM 105.1 1981/06/17   Chuck Niles/jazz 46 None
1986/05/22 07:43 Gary Owens 61 None
KKHR-FM 93.1 1984/04/16 17:00 Jackson Armstrong.  CHR 63 None
1984/05/08 15:04 Jackson Armstrong 79 None
1984/05/09 12:00 Chris Lance 93 None
1984/06/28 18:13 Jackson Armstrong 46 None
1984/07/30 11:35 Dave Donovan-Christopher Lance 46 None
12:39 Chris Lance 45 None
1984/07/31 17:27 Jackson Armstrong 45 None
20:53 CHR 44 None
1984/08/01 08:35 Lou Simon 46 None
1984/08/07 07:40 CHR 45 None
1984/09/29 14:57 Jackson Armstrong 59 None
1984/11/01 17:00 Jackson Armstrong 93 None
1985/02/28 17:56 Jackson Armstrong 63 None
19:00 Mark Nason 29 None
1985/03/28 15:00 Jackson Armstrong 76 None
1985/06/07   Jackson Armstrong--and The Gorilla ("Hit Radio 93") 33 None
1985/07/01   Jackson Armstrong 90 None
1985/07/11 15:00 Jackson Armstrong 45 None
1985/08/21 20:18 Mark Hanson 21 None
1985/09/21 20:36 Mark Hanson 43 None
1985/10/24 12:05 The Slim One 69 None
1986/03/22 14:30 Jackson Armstrong 47 None