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California Airchecks - San Francisco all except KFRC-AM and KYA-AM

Call Letters Frequency Date (YYYY/MM/DD) Start Time Disk Jockey and/or format (positioner) Duration (min) Scoping
KABL-FM 98.1 1990/08/22 20:45 Joe Hughes.  "Easy KABL 98.1" 28 None
KBGG-FM 98.1 1996/07/25 23:10 70's Hits ("Big 98.1") 47 None
1997/07/01 11:00 Don Sainte-Johnn.  End of "Big 98.1" format.  Aircheck ends with two hours of machinery sound and occasional voice inserts leading up to "New 98.1" format. 370 None
1997/07/02   Yvonne Sanders, Renel Lewis, Gil Alexander.  Kick-off of "Kiss-FM," "New 98.1" format. 369 None
1997/07/22   Don Sainte-Johnn 60 None
KBLX-FM (Berkeley) 102.9 1981/08/12   Urban 48 None
1999/06/22 13:10 Classic Soul/R&B 46 None
KCBS 740 1949/12/31   "This is San Francisco" with Jim Brady, "your San Francisco reporter."  Mr. Brady gives a review of a local restaurant, a new book, and tips for what to do this New Year's Eve. 15 None
1971/04/12 11:33 news radio 42 None
1984/05/08 19:06 "Nighttime Magazine with Chet Casselman."  Mr. Casselman's guest by telephone is long-time radio and film actor and voice actor Paul Frees, who committed suicide two years later (on 11/2/86 at age 66).  Among many other things, Mr. Frees, who was known as "the man of 1000 voices," was the voice of Rocky and Bullwinkle bad guy Boris Badenov, and his is the voice of the unseen "Ghost Host" you hear at the beginning of the "Haunted House" attraction at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. 32 None
1993/05/20 06:59 news radio 49 None
1996/08/15 22:11 news radio 31 None
22:48 news radio 29 None
2003/03/29 12:00 news radio 31 None
KCBS-FM 97.3 1979/12/25   John Mack Flangan/CHR ("The New FM 97") 72 None
1980/03/22 13:01 Steve Garland 65 None
1983/01/24 22:49 "FM 97" undergoes format change from classic rock to AOR KRQR, "southern California's new rocker." 72 None
KDBK-FM 98.9 1990/07/31 10:35 Melissa McConell.  First day of new format (AC). 94 None
KDND-FM 107.9 2006/12/31   Top 107 of 2006 462 None
2009/01/01   Top 107 of 2008 466 Commercials
2010/12/--   Top 50 of 2009 228 None
KFOG-FM 104.5 1981/08/13 18:50 Bill Montana/Beautiful Music ("FM 104.5") 46 None
1982/09/15 07:21 Bill Keffury/Beautiful Music (day before format change) 47 None
1982/09/16 07:43 Bill Keffury/Beautiful Music (last morning of BM format) 47 None
11:15 Greg Roberts with BM format until 12 noon, format change at noon, Dave Morey with first two hours plus of new AOR format 193 None
23:00 Michelle Michales until midnight followed by Bill Keffury with new AOR format 193 None
1984/01/20 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1961. 27 Commercials
1984/08/23 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from the 1950s. 28 Commercials
1986/04/07 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from Motown. 28 Commercials
1986/04/08 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1966. 29 Commercials
1986/04/24 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1966. 28 Commercials
1986/04/29 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  18th Anniversary of the musical "Hair" 27 Commercials
1986/12/12 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1970. 38 Commercials
1986/12/25 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Christmas 1986. 40 Commercials
1988/05/06 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Songs about Mother's Day. 32 Commercials
1988/05/09 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1967. 31 Commercials
1988/08/05 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from the 1950s. 32 Commercials
1988/08/09 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1962. 32 Commercials
1989/11/23 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features a "Parade of Turkeys" (songs) in honor of Thanksgiving. 42 Commercials
1989/12/07 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1971. 40 Commercials
1991/07/05 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features instrumentals. 33 Commercials
1991/07/11 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  It's the day of an eclipse. 35 Commercials
1991/09/04 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1973. 44 Commercials
1992/04/17 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1976. 46 Commercials
1992/04/22 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  It's Earth Day. 45 Commercials
1992/05/05 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1967. 45 Commercials
1996/07/25 19:40 AAA ("San Francisco's K-Fog") 47 None
2008/12/24 12:50 Annalisa 104 None
2019/09/15 10:44 Format flip to all-sports KNBR-FM.  Features Ben Harper, KFOG 1982 sign-on, 10@10 Day of Doom, format flip and first 25 min of Sports KNBR-FM. 116 None
KFRC-FM 106.1; 99.7 1974/01/01 11:28 Oldies (automated) 193 None
1974/07/24   Wolfman Jack 121 None
1977/12/28   Dick Clark "Rock, Roll, and Remember" program with an unusual subject this time...Dick Clark himself.  Hosted by actor Joseph Campanella. 387 None
1991/02/22   History of San Francisco radio.  Portion of program. 33 None
1991/03/11 04:54 Rich Amoule.  Start of oldies format.  ("New 99.7") 66 None
06:00 Harry Nelson.  New oldies format.  Full show. 179 None
08:59 Don Yu.  New oldies format. 123 None
1996/07/25 21:30 Oldies 47 None
1999/06/23 21:35 Oldies 96 None
2001/12/23   Fast Lane Philips and Ron Parker 88 None
KGO 810 1948/02/11 06:13 Dude Martin. "Sunrise Roundup" program.  Country and western. 31 None
KGO-FM 103.7 1967/10/16   Automated DJ.  Nice KGO-FM jingles. 111 None
KHIT-TM 98.9 1988/05/05 12:23 Second-last day of KHIT before transition to KOFY. 62 None
1988/05/06 08:57 Judy Davis & Mike State.  Last day of "the New 98.9 K-Hit".  Transition to simulcast of KOFY-AM at 1:00 p.m.  Becomes KOFY-FM. 280 None
KIOI-FM 101.3 1973/01/--   Harry Young 45 None
1973/01/14 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program.  Excellent, eclectic mix of music where truly anything goes. 113 None
1973/02/04 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 101 None
1973/04/08 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 107 None
1973/04/29 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 90 None
1973/05/13 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program.  157 None
1973/05/20 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 123 None
1973/05/27 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 92 Partly
1973/06/03 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 86 Partly
1973/06/10 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 93 Partly
1973/06/17 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 79 Partly
1973/07/01 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 69 None
1973/07/08   James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 81 None
1973/07/22 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 79 None
1973/08/01 21:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 99 None
1973/08/08 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 78 None
1973/08/15 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 80 None
1973/11/14 20:00 Don Kelly for James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 43 None
1973/12/19 20:00 Don Kelly for James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 46 None
1974/02/06 21:06 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 62 None
1974/02/13 22:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 64 None
1974/02/20 21:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 73 None
1977 ------ KIOI-FM jingles 11 ------
1978/08/29 16:33 Sam Van Zandt 32 None
1978/09/06 19:47 Ron Castro 48 None
1979/06/24   CHR ("K-101") 44 None
1987/12/28 05:26 Dr. Don Rose 92 None
1996/02/08   Don Bleu.  Simulcast with WYNY-FM, New York. 42 None
1996/07/25 20:40 Lisa St. Regis/AC ("K-101") 47 None
1999/06/24 08:25 AC ("K-101") 47 None
21:55 AC ("K-101") 47 None
2001/10/08   Steve Masters.  '80s music. 89 None
KIQI (Sunnyvale) 1010 1974/03/10 12:10 Cliff Saunders.  First day of format. 63 None
KITS-FM 105.3 1983/04/27 18:58 Richard Sands/CHR ("Hot Hits Kits") 92 None
1983/06/19 19:17 Christopher West 47 None
1983/08/07 15:08 Doug Ritter.  "Live 105" 45 None
1983/08/13 14:03 Richard Sands 86 None
1983/11/28 19:17 Richard Sands.  "105 - Kits" 46 None
1987/12/31   Roland West.  Top 105.3 of 1987 countdown.  Numbers 105.3 to 96 are heard. 46 Commercials
21:47 Rob Francis.  Top 105.3 of 1987 countdown.  Numbers 10 to 1 are heard. 45 Commercials
1988/12/31   Rob Francis and Audio Video.  Top 105 of 1988.  Numbers 80 to 59 are heard. 88 None
1995/06/24 10:00 Rolin West and Cynthia D.  Remote broadcast from near where a Pearl Jam concert was to be held. 490 None
KKCY-FM 98.9 1985/06/21 17:35 Dan Carlisle.  Kickoff of "variety rock" format. 88 None
1987/12/09 06:45 Michael Knight.  KKCY, "the City." 195 None
09:59 "Curtis."  KKCY, "the City." 81 None
1988/02/01 07:55 Andy Lee.  Standards ("the Great American Standards.")  Final hours of KKCY before transition to KHIT-FM. 119 None
09:40 Automated.  Transition to KHIT-FM. 92 None
KKSF-FM 103.7 1992/09/20   Miranda Wilson.  Eclectic/Jazz 52 None
KLLC-FM 97.3 1996/07/26 07:35 CHR ("FM-97") 47 None
2006/07/05   Dana/AOR ("Alice") 91 None
KMEL-FM 106.1 1981/12/19 22:55 Dick Clark hosting a national broadcast of Rod Stewart's final show of the season at the Los Angeles Forum.  Simulcast with KTVU, Channel 2, Oakland. 79 None
1982/07/02 18:00 Mary Holloway.  "Camel 106." 93 None
1984/08/25   music leading up to the format switch taking place at 12 noon this day 55 None
11:36 Mark McKay.  Format switch to "All Hit 106" takes place at 12 noon. 91 None
1984/11/19 15:37 Howard Hoffman.  "All Hit 106." 42 None
1986/08/--   Leslie Stovall. 44 None
1987/04/25 23:59 Renel Lewis. 119 None
1989/01/02   Michael Erickson.  Top songs of 1988.  #s 15 to 6. 42 Commercials
  Cameron Paul.  Top songs of 1988.  #s 5 to 1. 46 Commercials
1991/03/29 06:14 John London/Michael Martin/Renel Lewis.  Final day of morning zoo (and of station?). 279 None
KMPX-FM 106.9; 98.9 1967/05/02 20:37 Tom Donahue 88 None
1967/10/11 16:57 "The Beef."  Underground/album rock.  "107 Multiplex Stereo" 54 None
1967/10/12   Underground/album rock. 56 None
18:35 Bob McClay 56 None
19:38 Tom Donohue.  Underground/album rock. 54 None
1967/12/-- 09:32 Underground/album rock. 55 None
1978/09/12 19:25 John Jensen.  Big Band.  "Big Band 99 FM" 96 None
21:01 Rick Wagstaff.  Big Band. 177 None
1978/09/13 07:10 Big Band 97 None
1982/07/11 23:26 Tony Harford.  Big Band.  Ends with station nightly sign-off at 12 midnight. 36 None
1982/07/12 06:00 Big Band.  Begins with station's daily 6 a.m. sign-on. 55 None
1982/07/18 05:21 Big Band. 99 None
1982/07/19 06:00 Big Band.  Begins with station's daily 6 a.m. sign-on. 61 None
23:26 Big Band.  Ends with station nightly sign-off at 12 midnight. 35 None
1982/07/20 06:00 Big Band.  Begins with station's daily 6 a.m. sign-on. 48 None
1982/07/21 23:24 Big Band.  Ends with station nightly sign-off at 12 midnight. 36 None
1982/07/22 06:00 Big Band.  Begins with station's daily 6 a.m. sign-on. 65 None
1982/07/24 23:12 Big Band.  Ends with station nightly sign-off at 12 midnight. 48 None
1982/07/25 06:02 Catherine Erickson.  Big Band. 45 None
23:25 Norman Davis.  Big Band.  Ends with station nightly sign-off at 12 midnight. 36 None
1982/07/26 06:00 Big Band.  Begins with station's daily 6 a.m. sign-on. 60 None
1982/08/17   Alex Bennett(?).  Big Band.  Last day of format.  Aircheck ends with repeating, automated "The Quake, FM 99, starts Monday at 6 a.m."  Station would become KQAK. 47 None
KNBR 680 1970/10/04   Evonne Davis hosts "How to Make it Happen" with guest San Francisco schools superintendent Thomas Shaheen. 63 None
1970/11/17 10:04 Jack Hayes 45 None
16:14 Art Roberts 34 None
1975/04/22 07:02 Frank Dill/MOR 60 None
1989/02/16 16:06 Leo Laporte & Co.  Talk/variety. 124 None
1989/06/05 09:25 Frank Dill.  Talk/variety. 62 None
1989/06/25 10:59 Mike Cleary.  Talk/variety. 62 None
1991/10/29 21:00 Peter Collins.  Tribute to Bill Graham, local rock and roll promoter who died on 10/25/91. 92 None
2005/10/18   Bruce McGowan.  Tribute to long-time area sportscaster Bill King, who died this date at age 78. 141 None
KOBY 1550 1957/08/-- 07:11 "Sunny" Jim Wayne/Top 40 33 None
KOFY 1050 1986/05/24 07:52 Oldies ("Nifty Ten-Fifty") 47 None
1991/10/15 02:09 Don Crawford/oldies ("Kool Gold") 47 None
KOFY-FM
(San Mateo)
98.9 1988/05/14 09:56 Jim Gabbert.  Format kick-off. 69 None
1990/07/30 09:20 "Sick Mix 99 FM".  "You're never more than five minutes away from a song you didn't like all that much the first time you heard it!"  Simulcast with KLRS/Santa Cruz/San Jose. 47 None
1990/07/30 10:05 "Sick Mix 99 FM" 47 None
KOIT-FM 93.3 1971/08/29   Bill Holley.  Country and western. 49 None
96.5 1990/08/21 09:29 Tom Saunders followed by Lance Branson/soft AC ("KOIT 96.5") 47 None
1996/07/26 08:35 AC ("Light Rock") 47 None
KPEN-FM 101.3 1960/11/25 22:00 James Gabbert.  "Excursion in Sound" program.  (MOR/show tunes) 45 None
1964/04/--   Reenactment of the famous (or infamous) Orson Welles "War of the Worlds" broadcast in 1939. 58 None
1967/01/23 16:02 Bill Browning.  MOR 59 None
KPIX-FM/
KYCY
93.3/1550 1997/05/30 06:00 J.D. and Jo Mama Thomas.  Country and western.  Start of KYCY simulcast. 266 None
KQAK-FM 98.9 1982/08/23 06:00 Alex Bennett.  "The Quake."  Start of new format. 178 None
1985/06/17   Rick Stewart 47 None
1985/06/18   Tim Bedore. Final show at KQAK. 34 None
KQED-FM 88.5 1985/08/10 06:34 Bob Holmes/big band 45 None
07:23 Bob Holmes 45 None
1985/11/23 06:16 Bob Holmes 45 None
09:15 Bob Holmes 43 None
1987/05/30 08:00 Bob Holmes 90 None
KSAN-FM 107.7 1968/10/20 11:45 Bob Postle 40 None
1968/10/26   Alan Stone 147 None
1968/10/28 10:00 Alan Stone 86 None
1968/11/-- 13:23 Stefan Ponek followed by Bob McClay 50 None
1968/11/10   Tom Donahue with Frank Zappa 95 None
1969/02/11   Stefan Ponek 74 None
1969/04/16 18:13 Tom Donahue 116 None
1970/06/08 23:12 Dusty Street 159 None
1970/06/10 10:16 Stefan Ponek 150 None
1972/04/17 19:12 Richard Gossett 31 None
1972/05/10 17:22 Bob McClay 47 None
  Richard Gossett 48 None
1972/10/04   Dusty Street 59 None
1973/07/09 02:00 Ron Middag 157 None
1974/08/03   Norman Davis 61 None
1980/02/27 14:00 Thom O'Hair 61 None
1997/07/02   Format change to "Wild 94."  KSAN staffers say goodbye, take calls, and then present a retrospective of KSAN, complete with aircheck clips of the station's farewell in 1980 (as a Rock station), the sign-on of the country format, and even the legendary Tom Donahue is featured.  After a period of dead air, the 94.9 frequency joins KYLD/107.7 for a temporary simulcast, with Xavier "The X Man"'s "Quiet Storm" show.  (KYLD eventually moves to 94.9, and 107.7 becomes classic hits KSAN.) 46 None
2000/03/13 10:50 Steven Seaweed.  Classic rock.  ("The Bone") 370 None
KSAY 1010 1972/05/19 12:39 Ray Martin/country and western 21 None
KSFO 560 1944/10/30   Charlie Arlington is host.  Guest musician is Joe Reichman. 16 None
1961/03/01 08:08 Don Sherwood 54 None
1963/07/24 07:09 Carter B. Smith 32 None
1969/07/10 09:05 Terry McGovern 29 None
1970/09/10 18:02 Carter B. Smith 28 None
1971/04/10 10:12 Dean Weber 45 None
1971/07/01 07:50 Jim Lange (of "The Dating Game")/MOR 47 None
09:30 Jim Lange, Dan Sorkin/MOR 47 None
11:20 Dan Sorkin/MOR 47 None
18:10 Terry McGovern/MOR 47 None
1973/03/04 12:00 Bobby Dale 61 None
1974/02/-- ------ "Just for Laughs" segments 62 ------
1983/12/10 06:33 Bob Holmes/big band.  Guest is Lee Knowles, one-time member of the Glenn Miller band. 45 None
08:00 Bob Holmes 44 None
1983/12/12   Buddy Hatton 45 None
1983/12/12 23:15 Jerry Gordon.  Final "comedy hour." 45 None
1983/12/13 00:00 Al Jazzbeau Collins.  Talk/jazz.  "New KSFO" 43 None
1986/01/28 08:55 Carter B. Smith with Dave Henderson.  Coverage of shuttle Challenger explosion. 46 None
09:59 Stefan Ponek with Dave Henderson.  Coverage of shuttle Challenger explosion. 46 None
1989/10/17 17:04 Bill King and Lon Simmons at Candlestick Park about to call game 3 of the World Series when the earthquake hits. 233 None
1992/09/28 04:28 Mike Joseph/oldies.  KYA-FM was to discontinue simulcast at 06:00.  Station ID'd as "560 KSFO, KYA-FM 93.3." 92 None
06:01 Gene Nelson/oldies.  KYA-FM is split off, and station IDs as "560 KSFO." 240 None
10:00 Celeste Perry/oldies.  Follows from show above. 36 None
1994/08/26 05:30 Gene Nelson with Dave Henderson and Ginny Prior.  Last show.  Recording is not scoped but not continuous. 189 None
KSFX-FM 103.7 1973/07/28 11:29 Bob Foster, Phil Buchanan.  AOR 76 None
1973/08/19 15:59 Harry Scarborough 126 None
1978/09/07   Michelle Ross 46 None
1979/06/22 16:24 Marcos ("Disco 104") 44 None
1981/07/27 06:05 Steven Capen. 193 None
1982/04/15 21:50 Keith Richards 193 None
1982/04/16 05:59 Steven Capen 193 None
1982/04/21 03:30 Dave Morey/Steven Capen 193 None
06:44 Steven Capen.  Featuring music of 1971. 193 None
1982/04/23 07:00 Steven Capen.  Featuring music of 1972. 193 None
1982/04/24 09:24 Billy Juggs.  Featuring music of 1973. 193 None
1982/04/25   Billy Juggs/Keith Richards  Featuring music of 1974. 193 None
1982/04/26 08:51 Steven Capen.  Featuring music of 1975. 193 None
1982/04/27 07:22 Steven Capen.  Featuring music of 1976. 193 None
1982/04/28 07:00 Steven Capen/Jack Popejoy.  Featuring music of 1977. 193 None
1982/04/29 07:58 Steven Capen.  Featuring music of 1978. 193 None
1982/04/30 07:11 Steven Capen.  Featuring music of 1979. 193 None
1982/05/01 10:08 Billy Juggs.  Featuring music of 1980. 193 None
1982/05/02   Donna Perry.  Featuring music of 1981. 193 None
1982/05/03 00:00 Richard Gossett and Sheila Rae.  Final hours of station. 100 None
02:31 Richard Gossett and Sheila Rae.  Final hours of station.  Switch to simulcast of KGO-AM begins at 5:00 a.m. with Jim Dunbar and Ted Wargand(?). 193 None
KSOL 1450 1966/07/-- 17:00 Dr. Soul/R&B ("K-soul") 33 None
KSOL-FM 107.7; 98.9 1983/01/01   Chuck Cannon.  Top 50 LPs of 1982.  Heard are numbers 18 through 8. 93 None
1986/01/01   Lee Perkins and Michael Erickson.  Dance hits of 1985. 61 Commercials
14:54 Billy Ocean.  Top 50 LP countdown, #s 22-19 61 Commercials
1987/01/01   Michael Erickson.  Dance hits of 1986. 46 Commercials
  Doug Lee.  Top 50 LP countdown, #s 38-35 46 Commercials
1996/08/15 19:55 LeBaron King.  Final hours of Soul Oldies format leading up to change to all-Spanish format at 11 p.m. 358 None
KUSF-FM 90.3 1982/06/19 00:01 Ray Michaels/Oldies.  "After Midnight" show.  Full show.  University of San Francisco radio station. 178 None
1984/11/20 21:33 Ray Michaels 42 None
1985/02/02 00:01 Ray Michaels/Oldies.  "After Midnight" show.  Full show. 179 None
KXXX-FM 99.7 1988/12/08   George McFly 45 None
1989/09/26   Supersnake  ("The All-new X-100") 62 None
1991/03/01 09:22 Michael Knight/Brian Lee/Rich Amouie.  AOR ("K-100") 367 None
KYA-FM 93.3 1978/07/23 22:00 Jim Ladd.  Inteview of the group Genesis. 61 None
1979/02/24 20:16 Candace Chamberlain. 96 None
1980/03/13 02:01 Laura Ashton  ("Easy Rock 93") 177 None
1981/05/31 21:21 Paula Kelly.  ("Easy Rock KYA.")  Aircheck ends with station nighttime sign-off. 159 None
1984/12/23   Dick Clarks' Rock, Roll, and Remember interspersed with local cut-ins. 100 None
1986/08/25 05:45 Gene Nelson.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM.  "KSFO-KYA-FM." 278 None
1988/08/05 11:49 Pat Evans.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM. 38 None
13:05 Pat Evans.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM. 40 None
1988/10/19 07:07 Joey Reynolds 46 None
1992/01/25 13:58 John Mack Flanagan.  Final days of ownership by King Broadcasting.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM 63 None
15:00 Scot Forest.  Final days of ownership by King Broadcasting. Simulcast with KSFO-AM. 212 None
1992/01/27 08:24 Gene Nelson.  Final day of ownership by King Broadcasting.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM. 96 None
10:00 Celeste Perry.  Final day of ownership by King Broadcasting.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM.  Transition to ownership by First Broadcasting occurs at end of Perry's show at 3:00 p.m. 302 None
15:00 Terry McGovern.  First programming under ownership by First Broadcasting.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM. 241 None
1992/09/28 04:28 Mike Joseph.  Final 1.5 hours of simulcast with KSFO-AM 92 None
06:00 Terry McGovern.  Begins programming without KSFO-AM simulcast. 240 None
10:00 Lee Sims. 36 None
1992/12/07 05:27 Terry McGovern.  Broadcasting live from Alcatraz Island. 280 None
1994/02/28 17:30 Sylvia Chacon and "Mr. Party."  Mr. Party's first special featuring music from the 1950s. 391 None
1994/03/01 00:00 Don St. John. 100 None
1994/03/28 00:00 Final 5.5 hours of KYA-FM's oldies format.  Automated except for occasional pitches by KFRC-FM DJs for KYA listeners to take their oldies listening to that station.  At 5:30 a.m., station switches to country and western, "young country" format with co-DJs Goss and Garrett.  Includes first 1.5 hours of C&W format. 491 None
KYCY-FM 93.3 1999/02/10 22:20 Country and Western.  ("93-3 KYCY - The New Y-93") 491 None
KYLD-FM 94.9 2003/12/--   Freska/CHR ("Wild 94.9") 47 None
KYUU-FM 99.7 1984/07/13 20:03 Bobby Ocean 90 None
1988/08/05 09:18 Don Bleu and Rick Shaw.  AOR 181 None
1988/08/08 09:03 Don Bleu and Vicki Jenkins 202 None
15:52 Bobby Ocean 278 None
1988/08/09 06:52 Don Bleu and Vicki Jenkins 195 None
KZBR-FM 95.7 2003/12/28 21:00 Richard Ryan/Country & Western.  ("The Bear") 61 None
2004/05/14   Mel Mays 61 None
KZQZ-FM 95.7 1997/07/16   CHR ("Z-95.7).  Station's second week of existence. 47 None
1999/06/23 19:20 CHR ("Z-95.7") 46 None
2000/09/06 11:00 Michael Mann/CHR 46 None
2001/12/31   DJ is "Sauvecito."  ("Z-95.7)  Extreme Jams of 2002 61 Commercials
  Diane Foster and Mark Christopher 61 Commercials