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call letters KL to KZ

Call Letters Frequency Date (YYYY/MM/DD) Start Time Disk Jockey and/or format (positioner) Duration (min) Scoping
KLAC 570 1972/01/28   Twenty-five Years of Number 1 Country Hits 789 None
1972/08/20   "Inside Radio" with Don Page.  "Radio's Radio Show."  Mr. Page's guests are, among others, B. Mitchel Reed of KMET-FM, Robert Q. Lewis of KFI, and syndicated show host Dr. Demento. 60 None
1977/02/06 18:05 Sammy Jackson/C&W 45 None
1981/05/17 15:00 Sammy Jackson/C&W 28 None
1992/08/25 18:00 Gary Owens (with guest Steve Allen) 63 None
1993/12/04 23:15 Rita Wells.  Last day of country and western format. 47 None
1993/12/05 09:58 Jeff Rollins.  First day with popular standards format.  "Music of the '40s, '50s, and '60s." 16 None
  Rick Wagstaff 31 None
1998/11/30 05:59 Charlie Tuna 61 None
2004/10/06 16:42 Daisy Torme, Paul T. Wall.  Pop standards.  ("Fabulous 570 KLAC").  "Martini Format." 350 None
KLIT-FM
(Glendale)
101.9 1994/07/12 19:54 Jim Neal/AC ("K-Lite 101 point 9") 89 None
KLSX-FM
(Augoura Hills)
97.1 1987/02/16 16:00 Guests are recently fired KMET jocks Jack Snyder, Rick Lewis, Rick Scarry, Jim Ladd, David Perry, and Cynthia Fox. Commercials and some music scoped. 28 None
1987/03/07   Jim Ladd.  First show after leaving KMET. 131 None
1987/04/--   Jim Ladd/Classic Rock 45 None
1989/08/23 11:31 Shawna 34 None
1991/03/27   Jim Ladd 144 None
1993/03/31   Jim Ladd.  Celebration of the 20th anniverary of the release of the Pink Floyd album "Dark Side of the Moon," which was released on 3/1/73. 100 None
1993/12/02   Jim Ladd with singer Dusty Street as guest. 56 None
1994/01/17   Jim Ladd.  Simulated earthquake broadcast. 36 None
1995/06/23   Jim Ladd 27 None
1998/06/25   Tom Leykis interviews Dan Ingram, who is in Los Angeles this week doing guest DJ duties at KRTH-FM. 21 None
2008/12/19   Adam Carolla live at the Canyon Club 161 None
KMAX-FM (Arcadia) 107.1 1981/05/16   Brian Sharpe 30 None
KMET-FM 94.7 1966/12/21   "Metro Music West."  KMET before it was a rock station.  Unidentified female announcer with vocal and instrumental standards and occasional Christmas music. 56 None
1968/08/13   B. Mitchel Reed 60 None
1970/01/17   B. Mitchel Reed 77 None
1970/06/25   B. Mitchel Reed 28 None
1971/03/04   Jimmy Rabbitt/AOR 55 None
15:49 B. Mitchel Reed 31 None
1971/09/25   B. Mitchel Reed 74 None
1972/02/28   Steve Clean, Sam Kopper 29 None
1972/11/11 06:00 Gary Owens ("KFWB - The Glory Years") 60 None
  B. Mitchel Reed continuing the KFWB tribute, which covered the years 1958-1962. 60 None
1974/08/04   Flo and Eddie 105 None
1974/12/20 11:58 Shadoe Stevens 32 None
1975/01/15   Shadoe Stevens 61 None
1975/06/-- 14:00 Steven Clean/AOR 60 None
1975/06/10 08:08 B. Mitchel Reed 123 None
1977/08/29   "Inner View" program.  Elliot Mintz interviews Ringo Starr 111 None
1978/01/02 11:37 B. Mitchel Reed 124 None
1978/05/25 08:34 Jeff Gonzer 23 None
09:03 Jeff Gonzer 25 None
1978/11/18 18:00 Bob Coburn 111 None
1979/06/20   Cynthia Fox/AOR 44 None
1979/06/22   David Chaney 45 None
1979/08/13 10:42 Cynthia Fox 60 None
1979/09/04 09:25 Jeff Gonzer 30 None
1979/10/08 18:05 Bill Todd 57 None
1980/03/03   Jack Snyder 43 None
1980/06/29   Dr. Demento show 60 None
1980/12/04 11:20 Cynthia Fox followed by Paraquat Kelly after the noon newscast. 53 None
16:52 Jack Snyder followed by Mary Turner 44 None
1980/12/08 22:50 Jim Ladd.  Death of John Lennon. 59 None
1981/08/25 08:45 Jeff Gonzer 59 None
1982/01/10 20:00 Dr. Demento show 79 None
1982/10/22   Jim Ladd 43 None
1982/11/03 21:15 David Perry 44 None
1983/01/14 15:30 David Perry 45 None
1983/09/19   Mike Harrison 90 None
1983/11/--   Rick Lewis 30 None
1984/04/04 00:00 Jim Ladd. "Headsets" show. 55 None
1984/05/12 18:55 Frazer Smith 59 None
1985/10/25 00:00 Jim Ladd.  "Headsets" show. 52 None
1986/12/17 07:50 Pat Kelly 45 None
1987/01/20 18:00 Rick Lewis 43 None
1987/02/14   Switch to KTWV ("The Wave") 120 None
KMGG-FM 105.9 1982/10/22 09:58 Dana Lauren/AC ("Magic 106") 88 None
1984/07/31 15:30 Sonny Melendrez/AC ("Magic 106") 47 None
16:38 Sonny Melendrez/AC ("Magic 106") 45 None
20:08 Jeff Sur/AC ("Magic 106") 46 None
1984/08/01 15:30 Sonny Melendrez/AC ("Magic 106") 45 None
KMPC 710 1953/10/20 09:16 Dick Whittinghill 15 None
10:12 Ira Cook 14 None
1956/12/18 16:00 Johnny Grant.  "The Freeway Club" show.  Begins with full top-of-the-hour newscast. 56 None
1958/11/-- 11:32 Ira Cook 16 None
1959/07/02   Johnny Grant 28 None
1962/02/07 07:20 Dick Whittinghill 44 None
1968/06/07 21:30 Johnny Magnus 31 None
1968/06/30 09:34 Dick Whittinghill 30 None
1970/11/28 16:32 Gary Owens 73 None
1972/11/23   Bob Crane 28 None
1973/06/05 22:45 Clark Race 47 None
1973/06/16 16:06 Gary Owens. 72 None
1973/11/20 07:00 Dick Whittinghill 62 None
1976/02/13 15:05 Gary Owens.  Includes beginning of 4 p.m. newscast with details of the Patty Hearst trial. 58 None
1977/03/21 16:24 Robert W. Morgan for Gary Owens 56 None
1977/11/09 20:18 Roger Carroll 47 None
1978/11/13 11:24 George Edwards 38 None
1979/07/30 07:29 Dick Whittinghill 46 None
1979/08/06 06:10 Robert W. Morgan 36 None
1979/08/21 13:45 Wink Martindale 64 None
1979/08/23 08:00 Robert W. Morgan 61 None
1979/09/19 16:30 Gary Owens 74 None
1979/11/01 12:07 Dave Hull 122 None
1979/11/27 09:08 Geoff Edwards 60 None
1979/12/07 11:00 Geoff Edwards.  Final show at KMPC. 62 None
1979/12/22 12:00 Dave Hull 94 None
1980/01/10 16:05 Gary Owens 114 None
1980/10/23 15:14 Gary Owens 119 None
1983/12/23 07:06 Robert W. Morgan 43 None
1990/07/09 06:12 Robert W. Morgan/Standards ("710 KMPC") 46 None
1990/07/10 08:13 Robert W. Morgan 46 None
1991/06/20 07:30 Robert W. Morgan 46 None
KMPC-FM 101.9 1988/03/12 22:00 Jim Ladd.  "Backtrack" program. 88 None
1988/03/20 08:08 Rick Scarry 46 None
09:01 Rick Scarry 46 None
1988/09/11   Jim Ladd.  "Backtrack" program. 47 None
KMVN-FM 93.9 2006/09/23 04:55 Rick Dees 308 None
KNAC-FM
(Long Beach)
105.5 1972/02/10 16:12 Ronny McCoy 86 None
1991/04/15 00:00 Nasty Neil/AOR 28 None
KNOB-FM
(Long Beach)
97.9 1959/05/-- 00:38 Ace Lebec/Jazz ("The Jazz Knob") 22 None
KNX 1070 1947/08/15   Jim Hawthorne (comedy) 30 None
1948/05/31 00:31 Tom Hammond.  "Midnight Merry-Go-Round" program. 17 None
1949/10/26   Steve Allen.  Interviews Al Jolson 31 None
1952/12/28   Steve Allen.  Interviews Theresa Brewer 31 None
1955/01/-- 15:00 Jack Linkletter (son of long-time radio and television host Art Linkletter) 58 None
1956/07/01   "Minority Report" public affairs program. 59 None
1957/03/25 06:05 Bob Crane (of Hogan's Heroes fame)/MOR 55 None
1960/02/24   Bob Crane/MOR 24 None
1962/03/09 08:20 Bob Crane/MOR 31 None
1963/11/22 10:29 First minutes of coverage of JFK assassination. 55 None
1964/01/01 09:16 Bob Crane/MOR 30 None
1976/06/08   Coverage of several states' primary elections during the 1976 presidential election campaign. 26 None
1991/04/05 18:30 All News 30 None
1993/01/22 20:30 Jack Salvatore/All News 30 None
1996/07/31 12:05 All News 47 None
2005/08/12   Michael Linder.  Final broadcast from the famous CBS Columbia Square Broadcast Center in Los Angeles. 54 None
KNX-FM 93.1 1975/07/05 19:00 Soft AOR ("The Mellow Sound") 90 None
1976/09/21   Michael Sheehy 91 None
1977/12/14   Steve Marshall 57 None
1980/06/03   Tom McKay 97 None
1982/07/12 11:15 Dave Hall 43 None
1982/09/--   Michael Sheehy 54 None
1983/05/19 08:27 Phil Hendrie ("Mellow Rock Today") 47 None
1983/08/25 08:30 Final 6.5 hours of KNX-FM's "mellow sound" format followed by about an hour of the station's new CHR format.  Reminiscing by Laurie Allen, Paul Crosswhite, Dave Hall, and Michael Sheehy.  At 3 p.m., station general manager Bob Nelson explains the format change that will happen momentarily, and then Todd Parker is the first DJ heard on the new "Hit Radio 93, KNX-FM". 442 None
1986/06/03 07:22 Jim Chenevy 58 None
1986/11/10   Rick Shaw/AC ("Mellow Rock") 44 None
1986/11/11   Pete Harmon 49 None
1987/05/11 21:20 Dave Murphy 46 None
1988/03/19 18:17 China Smith 44 None
19:10 China Smith 44 None
1988/06/02   unnamed DJ 30 None
KNX-FM/KODJ 93.1 1989/02/03    KNX-FM switches to KODJ (contains last 5 minutes of old format) 61 None
KOCM-FM (Newport Beach) 103.1 1991/04/05   Manny Pacheco 28 None
KODJ-FM 93.1 1989/08/23 17:55 Machinegun Kelly/Oldies ("Oldies 93") 16 None
1989/10/27 16:52 Machinegun Kelly/Oldies 46 None
1990/07/02   Machinegun Kelly/Oldies 45 None
1990/08/17 14:00 Don Steele 62 None
1990/10/11 11:47 Paul Freeman 62 None
13:00 Don Steele 15 None
1991/03/--   Chris Taylor 31 None
1991/05/13 14:12 Don Steele 61 None
KOLA-FM
(San Bernardino)
99.9 1997/03/03 11:45 Cindy Davis/Oldies ("Kola 99.9") 92 None
1997/03/04 16:00 Vick Slick/Oldies ("Kola 99.9") 46 None
17:00 Vick Slick/Oldies ("Kola 99.9") 46 None
KOST-FM 103.5 1982/11/18 10:06 Mike Sakellarides 59 None
1984/07/31 18:45 Liz Kiley/AC ("Coast FM") 45 None
1985/10/30 07:38 M. G. Kelly 92 None
1989/03/15 18:31 Laurie Saunders 37 None
1992/08/20 00:26 Ted Ziegenbusch 61 None
22:40 Ted Ziegenbusch.  "Love Songs on the Coast." 47 None
1992/08/24 23:45 Ted Ziegenbusch 47 None
1992/08/26 08:19 Mark & Kim (Mark Wallengren and Kim Amidon) 47 None
1994/03/14 08:45 Mark & Kim 46 None
1995/07/14 05:57 Mark & Kim 32 None
1996/07/30 15:10 AC ("Coast 103") 47 None
1996/09/22 17:00 Ken Noble 47 None
1997/08/-- 10:59 Antoinette Russell 47 None
2014/04/01   Bruce Scott/AC 36 None
KOWL 1580 1949/10/--   Joe Adams and Art Rupe.  Music show. 31 None
KPFK-FM 90.7 1986-07-28 20:00 Johnny Otis 46 None
KPOL/
KPOL-FM
1540/
93.9
1964/08/07 07:59 Beautiful Music 49 None
11:59 Beautiful Music 47 None
KPPC-FM
(Pasadena)
106.7 1968/11/27   Frank Zappa 91 None
1970/12/27   Cosmos Topper (Ted Alvy) interviews Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Marmaduke, and David Nelson. 73 None but not continuous
1971/08/29   Cosmos Topper 83 None
1971/09/05   Cosmos Topper 91 None
1971/09/06   Mississippi Fats 54 None
1971/11/16   Bob Taylor 51 None
KPRZ 1150 1983/10/05 07:27 Gary Owens.  Adult Standards 61 None
KPWR-FM 105.9 1986/08/-- 14:56 Mucho Morales.  CHR/("Hot Hits Power 106") 40 None
1986/12/31 18:11 Joe Nasty and Joe Servantes.  Year-end countdown of dance songs.  Songs 76 to 48 are heard. 125 None
1988/11/17 16:06 Mucho Morales 75 None
1989/01/12 12:54 Bill Alexander 79 None
1989/03/15 19:17 Mucho Morales 40 None
1989/08/03 10:19 Brenda Ross 40 None
1990/05/11 09:50 Brenda Ross 56 None
1990/08/17   Todd Parker 47 None
KQLZ-FM 100.3 1989/03/17 04:56 Call letter change from KIQQ and first day with new CHR format. 61 None
1989/05/31 15:57 Shadow Steele 46 None
1990/--/--   Whitney Allen ("Pirate Radio") 46 None
1990/08/15 06:47 Scott Shannon 45 None
KRHM-FM 94.7 1958/11/09 22:55 Theodore Bickel followed by Paul Werth. 44 None
102.7 1968/09/25 15:30 Bill Stewart.  Pop standards. 66 None
KRKD 1150 1948/06/04 21:00 Cliffie Stone.  Cowboy Hit Parade. 59 None
KRNO
(San Bernardino)
1240 1955/04/04   MOR 18 None
KROQ
(Burbank)
1500 1972/09/02 22:00 Jimmy Rabbitt (first show) 137 None
1972/09/22 16:23 Steve Lundy 45 None
1972/09/28 13:14 Jay Stevens 28 None
KROQ-FM (Pasadena) 106.7 1971/10/08 20:00 Rodney Bingenheimer ("Rodney on the Rocks")  MOR 124 None
1972/10/31 Jim Wood 94 None
1973/03/23 00:08 Jimmy Rabbitt 46 None
1973/11/16   Lee "Baby" Sims 44 None
1974/01/27 19:10 Lee Sims 45 None
1976/11/--   Jimmy Rabbitt 38 None
1977/05/01   Shadoe Stevens 216 None
1977/05/08   Shadoe Stevens 407  None
1977/05/15 13:58 Shadoe Stevens 70 None
1977/05/22   Shadoe Stevens 93 None
1977/05/29   Shadoe Stevens 186 None
1977/06/26   Shadoe Stevens 210 None
1977/07/24   Shadoe Stevens and John Rhydgren 141 None
1977/08/01   Shadoe Stevens 94 None
1977/08/07   Shadoe Stevens 93 None
1977/10/30   Shadoe Stevens 159 None
1977/11/06   Shadoe Stevens 182 None
1977/11/13   Shadoe Stevens 249 None
1977/11/20   Shadoe Stevens 184 None
1977/12/11 17:44 Shadoe Stevens 76 None
1977/12/18   Shadoe Stevens 190 None
1977/12/24   AOR 59 None
  Jimmy Rabbitt 70 None
1978/03/30 Rodney Bingenheimer "Rodney on the Roq" with The Go-Gos. 62 None
1978/12/01   Frazer Smith 63 None
1979/01/28   Rodney Bingenheimer "Rodney on the Roq" interviews English DJ Lord Tim Hudson 100 None
1979/02/04   Rodney Bingenheimer.  Rockabilly Night. 147 None
1981/07/27   Ron O'Brien ("Eugene Oregon")/AOR 57 None
1982/07/25   Rodney Bingenheimer 61 None
1982/07/26   AOR 61 None
  Freddie Snakeskin 61 None
1983/05/26   AOR 59 None
1983/08/15   AOR 46 None
1983/08/16   AOR 46 None
1983/12/31   Top 106 of 1983.  Features DJs Jed the Fish, Katy Manor, and Rodney Bingenheimer. 484 None
1984/01/--   Dusty Street 46 None
  Freddie Snakeskin 92 None
1984/03/--   Egil Aalvik, The Swedish Egil 31 None
1984/04/--   Freddie Snakeskin 46 None
1984/07/31   AOR 45 None
1984/09/14   AOR 46 None
1985/09/--   Gina on the Rock/AOR 92 None
1985/11/--   AOR 91 None
1985/12/31 22:52 AOR.  Top "106.7" of 1985.  Songs 12 through 1 are heard. 57 Commercials
1986/02/25   Egil Aalvik ("The Swedish Eagle") 44 None
1986/08/--   AOR 46 None
1986/09/26 17:40 April Whitney/AOR 45 Commercials
1986/10/26   AOR 92 None
1987/04/29   AOR 90 None
1989/01/04   Freddie Snakeskin 18 None
  Ramondo (Raymond Banister) 60 None
1989/01/13   Dusty Street & Swedish Egil 76 None
1989/08/29   Poor Man 20 None
1991/01/17   AOR 46 None
1991/06/21 12:00 Richard Blade ("Flashback Lunch") 50 None
1993/07/09 08:25 Kevin & Bean 46 None
  Richard Blade 78 None
1994/03/19   Freddy Snakeskin 46 None
2001/11/12 15:12 Jed the Fish 93 None
2002/06/24 12:01 Kat Korbett 102 None
2002/08/21   Adam Carolla & Dr. Drew.  Loveline program.  Guest is Tom Arnold 91 None
2005/11/03   Adam Carolla & Dr. Drew.  Loveline program.  Last show. 99 Commercials
KRTH 930 1986/08/21 17:53 Brother John Rydgren/oldies ("AM 930 - Smokin' Oldies") 45 None
KSCA-FM
(Glendale)
101.9 1994/07/01 16:45 Begins as KLIT-FM with Rich Guzman followed by Dennis Constantine at 5 p.m., at which time KLIT ("K-Lite) moves to 103.5 ("Coast 103 point 5).  This frequency continues as AAA KSCA ("FM 101 point 9"). 46 None
1994/08/04 11:00 Nicole Sandler 26 None
1994/08/05 10:00 Mike Morris with Shawn Colvin. 61 None
1994/09/24 16:35 Anita Gevenson 90 None
1994/10/26   Mimi Chen 46 None
1995/03/03   Mimi Chen 23 None
1995/07/01   Jeff Gonzer and Laurie Wynn.  Top 100 All-Time Album Countdown.  Several cuts from each album are played.  Countdown ran over the course of several days.  This portion starts at album #68. 388 None
1995/07/25 09:15 Nicole and Chuck 46 None
1996/11/14 16:53 Mike Morrison 44 None
18:30 Mike Morrison 44 None
1997/02/05   Final hour and a half of AAA format "FM 101.9" with guests, music, and all DJs present, including consultant Dennis Constantine.  Ends with a message from General Manager Bill Ward, who gives a history of KSCA, and Gene Autry, who was the station's owner until this day.  Station leaves the air followed by switch to Spanish language format. 89 None
KSRF-FM (Santa Monica)/KOCM-FM (Newport Beach) 103.1 1989/08/-- 17:42 AC.  "Your West Side Station." 27 None
18:25 AC 27 None
1991/12/20   Freddy Snakeskin.  "Mars-FM" 122 None
1992/02/04 07:33 Ron O'Brien. 97 None
KSWD-FM 100.3 2009/07/10   "100.3 The Sound."  "KMET Day."  Celebration of the legendary Los Angeles station.  Several former KMET jocks are present. 177 None
2011/06/12   Mimi Chen/AOR 60 None
2011/11/30 19:00 Rita Wilde 102 None
2013/07/28   Cynthia Fox 112 None
2014/03/30 17:30 Julie Slater/Classic Rock  ("100.3 - The Sound") 167 None
2017/11/16 09:16 Final hours up to station sign-off at 12 noon.  Includes "Uncle Joe's 10 at 10" with Joe Benson.  Switches to KKLQ, "The K-Love for Christian Music." 165 None
KTNQ 1020 1976/12/26 ------ Station signs on. From the Aircheck Factory 56 Scoped
1977/01/10 16:42 Don Steele 75 None
1977/02/06 08:50 Dave Conley 32 None
1977/02/24 16:00 Don Steele 58 None
1977/03/11 17:03 Don Steele 54 None
1977/05/16 15:19 Don Steele 77 None
1977/06/02 14:59 Don Steele 155 None
1977/07/05 15:56 Don Steele 79 None
1977/09/02 22:17 Joe Nasty (DX) 63 None
1978/01/26 16:43 Jackson Armstrong (audio quality is only fair) 61 None
1978/03/-- 15:30 Don Steele 91 None
1978/03/04 23:30 Andy Barber 45 None
1978/03/18 17:46 Machine Gun Kelly 113 None
1978/04/25 14:33 Don Steele 31 None
1978/05/-- 20:30 Machine Gun Kelly 61 None
1978/07/18 14:57 Andy Barber 65 None
1978/09/25 05:05 Charlie Tuna (first show there) 46 None
1979/01/26 16:47 Jackson Armstrong 56 None
1979/05/04 16:56 Jackson Armstrong 84 None
1979/06/--   Jackson Armstrong 24 None
1979/07/27 18:02 Jackson Armstrong 27 None
1979/07/31 05:00 10Q on K-Hits 97. On this day KTNQ began broadcasting as KHTZ over 97.1 FM. The full crew of KTNQ moved en masse to KHTZ, and for the hours leading up to the 12 noon switchover, the KTNQ signal was broadcast simultaneously over 1020 AM and 97.1 FM. KHTZ had been running a country format, and that died with the KTNQ arrival. KTNQ itself became a Spanish format station at the noon switchover. Features Charlie Tuna, who continued on 'HTZ, Bob Morgan, who had been announcer on the country version of 'HTZ, and Dave Sebastian. Also featured is a guest appearance by Wolfman Jack, and we get to hear a side of him that we don't normally see when he's a DJ.

Includes the noon switchover at about the 3 hour, 6 minute mark.
175 Unscoped but not continuous
KTWV-FM 94.7 1987/08/27   New Age/Smooth Jazz ("The Wave").  No disc jockeys.  Instead, KTWV features acted “dramatizations” in between songs as part of its on-air presentation. 119 None
1989/08/30 10:24 Nancy Wilson/Smooth Jazz ("The Wave") 32 None
KUSC-FM 91.5 1971/03/21 21:00 Lane Quigley/Oldies ("Memory Lane Show") 42 None
1972/06/25 21:05 Lane Quigley/Oldies ("Memory Lane Show" - looks at pop music from 1963) 92 None
1972/07/02   Lane Quigley/Oldies 91 None
1972/09/13   Jay Cee.  University of Southern California radio. 64 None
1972/11/02   Lane Quigley/Oldies ("Memory Lane Show" - capsule countdown of the KFWB "Fab 40" from 11/2/63) 24 None
1972/12/31 23:55 Lane Quigley/Oldies (New Year's Eve 1972) 62 None
1973/09/30   Lane Quigley/Oldies ("Memory Lane Show" - capsule countdown of KFWB "Fab 40" from 9/29/61) 26 None
KUTE-FM
(Glendale)
101.9 1984/06/04 17:27 Tom King/R&B/urban 91 None
KWIZ 1480 1967/07/27 22:48 John Beddoe, John Lewis.  Oldies/standards. 30 None
1967/07/28 09:19 Jim Meeker.  Oldies/standards. 34 None
1977/11/18 00:00 Bill Ballance.  First show. 291 None
KWST-FM 105.9 1975/02/21 15:19 Richard Kimball/AOR 168 None
1975/05/21 15:05 Richard Kimball 188 None
1975/05/14 16:18 Richard Kimball 166 None
1975/05/19 15:00 Richard Kimball 180 None
1975/06/13 16:15 Richard Kimball 46 None
1976/03/20   Shadoe Stevens 26 None
1977/03/03   "Sea Level live at the Roxy." 66 None
1979/05/12   Joe Jackson live at The Whisky 50 None
1981/06/14 00:00 Steady Eddie 297 None
1981/06/24   Format change to classic hits. 3 None
1981/06/25 09:59 Bobby Ocean.  First day of new format. 61 None
1981/06/26 16:15 Chris Kelly 37 None
1981/07/25 10:02 Bobby Ocean 48 None
1981/07/28 10:37 Bobby Ocean 48 None
1982/05/05 08:07 John London and Ron Engelman 95 None
1981/08/27 16:19 Pat Garrett/CHR ("K-West 106") 91 None
1982/02/18 12:00 Bobby Ocean 45 None
KXEZ-FM 100.3 1996/07/30 21:25 Soft AC ("Light & Easy") 47 None
KXLA 1110 1947/08/15   Jim Hawthorne 47 None
1951/06/24   Art Laboe 30 None
KYSR-FM 98.7 1999/06/28 21:20 Hot AC 92 None
2001/12/10 12:00 Lara Scott.  "Totally '80s at Noon." 96 None
2002/01/28   Lara Scott/CHR "(Star 98 point 7" -- "Today's Best Music") 47 None
2002/12/09   Lara Scott 92 None
2003/04/17 12:00 Lara Scott/Hot AC ("Star 98 point 7").  "All request rewind at noon." 96 None
KZLA-FM 93.9 1979/09/-- 08:30 Natural Neil and Brent Seltzer 28 None
1996/05/18 06:35 Humble Harve/Country ("Southern California's Country") 95 None
1997/03/02 21:00 Humble Harve/Country 93 None