Contents 1 History 2 KCBS-FM HD 3 See also 4 References 5 External links


History[edit] On March 30, 1948, the station signed on as KNX-FM.[2] KNX-FM was a simulcast of its AM sister station 1070 KNX until the mid-1960s. The station, along with other CBS-owned FM radio stations, aired a beautiful music format branded as "The Young Sound". In 1971, KNX-FM switched to a mellow rock music format, featuring artists heard on other rock stations but choosing softer selections than heard on rivals KLOS and KMET. On August 25, 1983, KNX-FM adopted a Top 40 music format - similar to the other CBS Radio FM stations - and branded as "Hitradio 93 KKHR". The heritage KNX-FM call letters were switched to KKHR. KKHR was not a traditional Top 40 music format of the time as the playlist was more stringently limited to 30 songs. The original KKHR disc jockey staff consisted of Lou Simon, Dave Donovan (whose real name is Joe Cipriano), Chris Lance, Todd Parker (replaced by Jack Armstrong several months later), and Mark Hanson. In 1986, the Top 40 format ran its course on 93.1 due to its lackluster ratings. The mellow rock music format and heritage KNX-FM call letters were returned under the new branding "Quality Rock".[3] KNX-FM struggled with low listener ratings, and wasn't able to re-capture its original audience.[4] On March 2, 1989, at 12:00 p.m., following a day-long stunt with a ticking clock during songs and an announcement from vice president and general manager Charlie Seraphin, an oldies music format was introduced and the heritage KNX-FM call letters were dropped yet again, this time in favor of KODJ to complement the change in branding to "Oldies 93.1".[5][6] KODJ competed with crosstown rival KRTH, which later came under common CBS Radio ownership when ownership limits were relaxed by the FCC. KODJ focused more on the 1950s and the early 1960s era of oldies music than rival KRTH. DJs on KODJ were The Real Don Steele, Charlie Tuna, Rich Fields, and Machine Gun Kelly. In response to KODJ's debut, KRTH gradually reduced and eventually faded out the amount of newer songs from its playlist, focused mainly on the 1960s decade of oldies with a selected number of top songs from the late 1950s. In addition, KRTH brought in Bill Drake as consultant while featuring all new jingles by the Johnny Mann Singers, which helped it reach higher ratings.[7] The Real Don Steele left KCBS-FM in mid-1992 to join KRTH. Charlie Tuna the morning host at KODJ/KCBS-FM from 1989–1993 would later work at KRTH from 2008–2014. On July 12, 1991, at 2 p.m., KODJ changed to its present call letters, KCBS-FM as part of an re-imaging marking campaign to bring in new listeners believing the "CBS-FM" call letters had a more stronger association with the oldies format.[8] These call letters had previously been used by two CBS-affiliated stations (now KSOL and KLLC) in San Francisco.[9] KCBS-FM still kept the oldies format, but shifted its focus mainly to the 1960s decade of oldies with a lesser selection of 1950s oldies, and more early 1970's rock oldies to better compete with KRTH.[10] Due to continued low ratings and KRTH holding the majority share of the oldies market, on September 10, 1993, at 3 p.m., KCBS-FM flipped to a classic rock/classic hits format, and branded itself as "Arrow 93FM, All Rock and Roll Oldies".[11] "Arrow" focused its new oldies format on the late 1960s and the entire 1970s decade with an emphasis on only classic rock oldies that did not include pop, bubble gum, disco, or doo-wop music.[12] The listener Arbitron ratings for KCBS-FM went from 18th to 3rd place by the end of 1993, making the new format an immediate success.[13] The station kept the KCBS-FM call letters, but would only quickly identify its call sign once at the top of the hour per FCC station identification requirements. The format would later evolve towards classic rock of the late 1960s, 1970s, and early 1980s, and re-branded itself as "Arrow 93FM, All Rock & Roll Classics" in 1996.[14] Infinity Broadcasting (as CBS Radio was known at the time) won the licensing rights to brand its adult hits music formatted radio stations as "Jack FM". Many Infinity/CBS Radio stations adopted the adult hits format and "Jack-FM" branding which led to yet another format change for KCBS-FM. On March 17, 2005 (St. Patrick's Day), after an all-day stunt with music from U2 (as that band is from Ireland), the classic rock format was dropped in favor of adult hits, branded as "93-1 Jack-FM".[15] The Jack format was a break from the heavily niched formats that had developed beginning in the 1970s. Jack was also unusual in that it employed no DJs, and had a much larger playlist than the typical classic hits or classic rock radio station. The Los Angeles incarnation of Jack includes more modern rock titles than most Jack outlets, reflecting the local influence of KROQ during its alternative heyday. The station debuted with a blend of pop and rock from the late 1960s to late 1980s, with a sprinkling of newer, sometimes almost current, tunes. Eventually, the newer songs and pop songs were phased out in favor of mostly classic rock and classic alternative. KCBS-FM is the longest-serving of all of CBS' Jack stations. Though the station has no DJs, KCBS-FM will occasionally respond to current events, such as playing all Michael Jackson songs following his death, or spinning a celebratory tune or two following a local sports victory. The "voice" of Jack FM is a real person named Howard Cogan. His quips which are heard between songs are created by a team of writers. As Jack became popular, Cogan moved to Los Angeles to record his comments more easily. He is also the voice-over artist for other "Jack FM" stations around the country. In October 2008, CBS Radio chose not to move the KCBS-FM call letters to its sister station 106.9 in San Francisco, after that station flipped from classic hits to an all-news simulcast of 740 KCBS. That station remains KFRC-FM, heritage calls in themselves. On February 2, 2017, CBS Radio announced it would merge with Entercom.[16] The merger was approved on November 9, 2017, and was consummated on the 17th.[17][18] As part of the merger, the FM radio rights to the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League were moved to KCBS from KSWD, which was sold off as part of the deal.[19]


KCBS-FM HD[edit] In addition to the main Jack FM format on HD-1, 93.1 HD-2 broadcasts CBS Sports Radio. Former sister station 980 KFWB had been broadcasting on the KCBS-FM HD-3 signal, but due to that station's sale, its signal is no longer heard on KCBS-FM. As of January 6, 2018, that signal began simulcasting KNX (AM), which moved over from KAMP.[20]


See also[edit] KFWB (former sister station) KCBS-TV KCBS-TV/FM Tower


References[edit] ^ "Jack lures fans by not saying much; KCBS-FM's format is catching on, but some wonder if it can endure". Los Angeles Times. 2005-07-25.  ^ "KNX-FM Starts" (PDF). Broadcasting. April 5, 1948. Retrieved 22 November 2014.  ^ "Call Sign History for KCBS-FM". Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved 2009-01-27.  ^ http://articles.latimes.com/1989-03-03/entertainment/ca-291_1_call-letters ^ "KODJ, Los Angeles brings back "The Boss"". Machine Gun Kelly. Retrieved 2009-01-27.  ^ http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-RandR/1980s/1989/RR-1989-03-03.pdf ^ http://www.reelradio.com/bdrake/index.html ^ http://articles.latimes.com/1991-07-17/entertainment/ca-2172_1_cbs-radio ^ "What are the call letters today?". Machine Gun Kelly. Retrieved 2009-01-27.  ^ http://articles.latimes.com/1992-01-04/business/fi-1231_1_program-director ^ http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-RandR/1990s/1993/RR-1993-09-17.pdf ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3UQrrlPsRk ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20000229223046/http://www.arrowfm.com/us/bradwest.shtml ^ https://web.archive.org/web/19961029055537/http://www.arrowfm.com/ ^ http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-RandR/2000s/2005/RR-2005-03-25.pdf ^ CBS Radio to Merge with Entercom ^ Entercom Receives FCC Approval for Merger with CBS Radio ^ Entercom Completes CBS Radio Merger ^ "KSWD Sets Sign-Off Time; Rams To KCBS-FM – RadioInsight". radioinsight.com. Retrieved 2017-11-15.  ^ https://hdradio.com/station_guides/widget.php?latitude=34.052230834961&longitude=-118.24368286133 HD Radio Guide for Los Angeles


External links[edit] 93.1 Jack FM Query the FCC's FM station database for KCBS Radio-Locator information on KCBS Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KCBS FCC History Cards for KCBS v t e Radio stations in the Greater Los Angeles area By AM frequency 570 610 6401 710 790 870 900 930 980 1020 10701 1110 1150 1220 1230 1260 1280 1300 1330 1380 1430 1460 1470 1520 1540 1560 1580 1600 16302 1650 Orange County 740 830 1190 1480 By FM frequency 88.1 88.5 88.7 88.7 88.9 88.9 89.3 89.9 90.1 90.7 91.5 91.9 92.3 92.7 93.1 93.5 93.9 94.3 94.7 95.5 95.9 96.3 96.7 97.1 97.9 98.3 98.3 98.7 99.5 100.3 101.1 101.9 102.3 102.7 103.1 103.5 103.9 104.3 104.7 105.1 105.5 105.9 106.3 106.7 107.1 107.5 Orange County 88.5 88.9 90.1 92.7 95.9 96.7 103.1 106.3 107.9 NOAA Weather Radio frequency 162.4 162.45 162.525 162.55 Digital radio by frequency & subchannel 640 980 1070 88.1-1 88.1-2 88.1-3 88.5-1 88.5-2 89.3-1 89.9-1 89.9-2 91.5-1 92.3-1 92.3-2 92.3-3 93.1-1 93.1-2 93.1-3 93.9-1 94.7-1 94.7-2 95.5-1 95.5-2 96.7-1 97.1-1 97.1-2 98.7-1 98.7-2 100.3-1 100.3-2 101.1-1 101.1-2 102.7-1 102.7-2 103.1-1 103.5-1 103.5-2 104.3-1 104.3-2 105.1-1 105.1-2 105.1-3 105.9-1 105.9-2 106.7-1 106.7-2 107.1-1 107.5-1 107.5-2 107.5-3 107.9-1 By callsign KABC KAMP-FM KAHZ KALI KAVL KAZN KBIG KBUA KBUE KCAA KCBS-FM KCRW KCSN KDAY KDLE KEIB KFI1 KFRN KFWB KFXM-LP KGMX KHJ KHPY KHTS KIIS-FM KISL KJLH KKGO KKJZ KKLA-FM KKLQ KLAC KLAX-FM KLOS KLTX KLVE KMPC KMRB KNX1 KOCP KOSS KOST KPCC KPFK KPWR KRCD KRCV KRDC KRLA KROQ-FM KRRL KRTH KSAK KSCA KSPA KSPC KSPN KSSE KSUR KTLW KTNQ KTWV KTYM KUSC KUTY KWKW KWO37 KXLU KXOL-FM KXOS KXSC KYPA KYSR WWG21 WNG584 WZ2505 "KCHUNG"2 Orange County KALI-FM KBPK KBRT KDLD KFSH-FM KGBN KLAA KSBR KUCI KWIZ KWVE-FM KYLA Defunct KACD/KBCD KACE KEDG KFAC KIIS KKDJ KKHR KMET KMJR/KNJR KMPC KNAC KNHS KNOB KNX-FM KODJ KPPC KQLZ KSFV-CA3 KSKQ KSKQ-FM KUTE KWST-FM KFSG KZAB/KZBA KZLA-FM 1500 KBLA/KROQ/KBBQ/KRCK/KIEV 850/870 KIEV KPOL KTZN KXED KXMG KYMS Satellite radio local traffic/weather XM Channel 222 Sirius Channel 150 Nearby radio markets Bakersfield High Desert/Eastern Sierra Inland Empire Oxnard–Ventura San Diego Santa Barbara Victor Valley See also List of radio stations in California 1 = Clear-channel stations with extended nighttime coverage. 2 = Notable Part 15 station 3 = Formerly audio for TV channel 6 (Religious) v t e Jack FM-branded radio stations in the United States Local Stations KXAZ (Page, Arizona) KPKR (Parker, Arizona) KVLO (Little Rock, Arkansas) KDRS-FM (Paragould, Arkansas) KCBS-FM (Los Angeles, California) KAJK (Susanville, California) KNOZ (Grand Junction, Colorado) KRYD (Norwood, Colorado) WJKD (Vero Beach, Florida) WJKG (Altamont, Illinois) KQCJ (Cambridge, Illinois) WEJT (Decatur, Illinois) WRKX (Ottawa, Illinois) WHPI (Peoria, Illinois) KRSL-FM (Russell, Kansas) WQSR (Baltimore, Maryland) KZJK (Minneapois/St. Paul, Minnesota) KWJK (Columbia/Boonville, Missouri) KCMO-HD2/K273BZ (Kansas City, Missouri) KDAA (Rolla, Missouri) KYJK (Missoula, Montana) KADL (Imperial, Nebraska) KLKO (Elko, Nevada) WBUF (Buffalo, New York) WSSG (Goldsboro, North Carolina) KRWK (Fargo, North Dakota KDSR (Williston, North Dakota) WJKR (Columbus, Ohio) WGTZ (Dayton, Ohio) KJKQ (Sisseton, South Dakota) WASL (Dyersburg, Tennessee) WCJK (Nashville, Tennessee) KJKK (Dallas, Texas) KOOI (Jacksonville, Texas) KJXK (San Antonio, Texas) KTXN-FM (Victoria, Texas) KJAQ (Seattle, Washington) WQWV (Fisher, West Virginia) WRHN (Rhinelander, Wisconsin) KSIT (Rock Springs, Wyoming) National Network (Westwood One (current), Valencia, California) News/talk/sports brands Air America Bloomberg Radio ESPN Radio ESPN Deportes Radio Fox Sports Radio NPR SB Nation Radio Music brands Bob FM Cat Country (Country Only) Froggy Hank FM Jack FM KISS-FM MOViN Nash FM (Country Only) Radio Disney The Fox The X Religious brands AFR Air 1 K-LOVE v t e Entercom AM radio stations KCBS KCSP KDKA KEZW KFH KFXX KHTK¹ KIFM KIKK KILT KJCE KMBZ KMOX KMPS KMTT KNSS KNX 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