Contents 1 History 2 Emergency preparedness 3 Antennas 3.1 Electrical properties 4 Notable former on-air staff 5 See also 6 References 7 External links


History[edit] KNX began as a five-watt amateur radio station, 6ADZ, which Fred Christian put on the air on September 10, 1920, broadcasting on a wavelength of 200 meters (1500 kHz). In December 1921, the station moved to 360 meters (833 kHz) and became KGC, sharing time with other stations that broadcast on the same frequency.[3] On May 4, 1922, the station increased power to 50 watts and became KNX. Power was raised to 100 watts in 1923. A year later, Fred Christian sold KNX to Guy Earl, owner of the Los Angeles Evening Express.[4] During the 1920s, KNX, like most stations across the country, changed frequencies several times, landing on 1050 AM as a result of the Federal Radio Commission's reconfigurations of the AM radio band in 1927 and 1928. In 1929, the station's transmitter was upgraded from 500 to 5,000 watts, and in 1932, was raised to 10,000 watts of power. During this time, the station changed owners and was then operated by the Western Broadcast Company. In 1933, the station moved its studios to another part of Hollywood, after being granted permission by the FRC on June 7, 1932, to raise its output to 25,000 watts.[5] The following year, KNX's transmitting power was raised to the nationwide maximum of 50,000 watts, which the station continues presently.[6] It changed to its current 1070 AM channel in 1941. CBS purchased and began operating KNX as its West Coast flagship station in 1936, ending CBS's eight-year affiliation with KHJ.[7] In 1938, the CBS Columbia Square studios[8] were dedicated for KNX as well as West Coast operations for the entire CBS radio network. That October, the station carried Orson Welles' celebrated version of The War of the Worlds . Several legendary performers from the Golden Age of American network radio broadcast from there, including Jack Benny, Bing Crosby, George Burns, Edgar Bergen, Gene Autry [9] and TV situation comedy star Bob Crane, who was KNX's morning host between 1957 and 1965 at the same time he was appearing as a featured supporting player on the ABC television network's The Donna Reed Show.[10] KNX was a strong competitor in the Los Angeles market while Crane was a morning personality, but began declining in popularity after he left to star in the CBS television series Hogan's Heroes. Following the example of corporate sister station WCBS in New York City, which had enjoyed renewed success with an all-news format, KNX then became an all-news station in the spring of 1968.[11] By chance, its first major breaking news coverage was a major worldwide story that happened locally: the assassination of Democratic Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, in the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, on June 5 of that year.[citation needed] In August 2005, KNX moved out of Columbia Square after operating there for 67 years, and began broadcasting from new studios in the Miracle Mile district on Wilshire Boulevard.[9] In 2009, KNX adopted the slogan "All news, all the time." It was previously used for 40 years by KFWB, KNX's historic rival in the news radio wars before both became sister stations through the 1995 merger of Westinghouse Electric (KFWB's owner) and CBS. KFWB's format change to news-talk in September 2009 (and currently as a South Asian station) now leaves KNX the only all-news outlet in the Los Angeles area, which is now emphasized in its alternate slogan, "Southern California's only 24-hour news & traffic station". In 2017, KNX won its first ever national Edward R Murrow award for "Breaking News". The station was also nominated for 2 2017 NAB Marconi awards, Legendary Station of the Year and News/Talk Station of the Year. On February 2, 2017, CBS agreed to merge CBS Radio with Entercom, currently the fourth-largest radio broadcaster in the United States; the sale will be conducted using a Reverse Morris Trust so that it will be tax-free. While CBS will still retain a 72% ownership stake in the combined company, Entercom will be the surviving entity and will separate KNX from KCBS-TV and KCAL-TV.[12][13] The merger was approved on November 9, 2017, and was consummated on the 17th.[14][15]


Emergency preparedness[edit] As KNX and competitor station KFI are primary entry points for the Southern California Emergency Alert System, they are responsible for activation of the EAS when hazardous weather alerts, disaster area declarations, and child abduction alerts are issued.[16]


Antennas[edit] The station's antenna array features a 494-foot main antenna. The original main antenna (circa 1936) was destroyed by vandals on September 14, 1965. An unused 365-foot tower was brought in from KFAC (now KWKW) and was used while the new main antenna was constructed. This antenna was formerly in what is now a residential area to the south of the main antenna. Non-directional Class A stations are, with very few exceptions, required to have emergency antennas as these stations serve as regional EAS stations. The 365-foot tower now serves as KNX's emergency antenna. It was later relocated when much of the site was dedicated as a park in Torrance; it is now north of the main antenna, within the park. Only one antenna is active at a time. An experiment in the late 1960s using both antennas in a directional setup during the daytime was abandoned. Electrical properties[edit] The 494-foot main antenna is 0.5375 of a wavelength, or 193.5 degrees out of the 360 of a full cycle at 1070 kHz.[17] It has an efficiency of 400.73 mV/m/kW at 1 km optimum.[18] This is much better than average for a Class A station's main antenna. The FCC's minimum efficiency requirement is 362.10 mV/m/kW at 1 km.)[19] The 365-foot emergency antenna is 145.5 electrical degrees with an efficiency of about 343 mV/m/kW at 1 km.[20] This is much better than average for a Class A's emergency antenna but inadequate for the main.


Notable former on-air staff[edit] Bob Barker Bob Crane Michael Fitzmaurice[21] (using the name Mike Kelly)[22] Chet Huntley (special events)[23] and news commentary[24] Bill Keene (traffic reporter). Knox Manning (newscaster)[25]


See also[edit] KCBS-TV KCBS-FM CBS Columbia Square


References[edit] ^ Call Sign Letter Meaning Archived September 27, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. ^ http://www.hdradio.com/station_guides/widget.php?id=2 HD Radio Guide for Los Angeles ^ http://www.oldradio.com/archives/general/buildbcb.html ^ Article by radio historian Jim Hilliker on http://laradio.com/ September 26, 2013. ^ "KNX Gets 25 Kw" (PDF). Broadcasting. June 15, 1932. Retrieved 2 October 2014.  ^ Sakrison site ^ "Biggest station deal in history effected." Broadcasting, April 1, 1936, pp. 7, 62. [1][2] ^ Today in Radio History August 12 2005 ^ a b KNX History ^ who2 ^ knx1070 Our Heritage Archived March 14, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. ^ "CBS Sets Radio Division Merger With Entercom". Variety. Retrieved 2 February 2017.  ^ "CBS and Entercom Are Merging Their Radio Stations". Fortune. Retrieved 2017-02-02.  ^ Entercom Receives FCC Approval for Merger with CBS Radio ^ Entercom Completes CBS Radio Merger ^ FCC Local Area Plan for the Emergency Alert System (Microsoft Word Document) - Los Angeles County ^ Paul Thurst (June 30, 2010). "Converting electrical degrees to height in meters or feet".  ^ From FCC public information files. ^ From FCC rules, 47 CFR Part 73. ^ Calculated from the electrical height, using FCC formulae. ^ Cox, Jim (2007). Radio Speakers: Narrators, News Junkies, Sports Jockeys, Tattletales, Tipsters, Toastmasters and Coffee Klatch Couples Who Verbalized the Jargon of the Aural Ether from the 1920s to the 1980s--A Biographical Dictionary. McFarland & Company, Inc. ISBN 978-0-7864-6086-1. Pp. 98-99. ^ "(untitled brief)" (PDF). Broadcasting. June 1, 1935. p. 30. Retrieved 11 January 2016.  ^ Abbott, Sam (January 17, 1942). "Hollywood" (PDF). Billboard. Retrieved 4 February 2015.  ^ "Guide to the Chet Huntley Papers 1920-1977". Northwest Digital Archives. Retrieved 4 February 2015.  ^ Abbott, Sam (January 24, 1942). "Hollywood" (PDF). Billboard. Retrieved 4 February 2015. 


External links[edit] FCC History Cards for KNX KNX 1070 Query the FCC's AM station database for KNX Radio-Locator Information on KNX Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for KNX KNX Station History, Historical Dates Farewell broadcast from Columbia Square KCBS-TV video, KNX Columbia Square sign-off KNX tour, on the site of Chief Engineer Paul Sakrison v t e Radio stations in the Los Angeles-Orange County area By AM frequency 570 610 6401 710 790 870 900 930 980 1020 10701 1110 1150 1220 1230 1260 1280 1300 1330 1370 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 96.7 101.5 103.1 106.3 107.9 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 KOCI-LP 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 KWRM 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 News/Talk radio stations in the state of California All-News KCBS – San Francisco KFRC-FM San Francisco KNX – Los Angeles News & Talk KABC – Los Angeles KAHI – Auburn KCAA – Loma Linda KCBQ – San Diego KERN – Bakersfield KFBK – Sacramento KFBK-FM – Pollock Pines KFI – Los Angeles KFMB – San Diego KGO - San Francisco KGEO – Bakersfield KGIG-LP – Salida KINS-FM – Blue Lake KION – Salinas KKDD - San Bernardino KMJ – Fresno KMJ-FM – Fresno KMPH – Modesto KNCO – Grass Valley KNEW – San Francisco KNWH – Yucca Valley KNWQ – Palm Springs KNWZ – Coachella KNZR – Bakersfield KNZR-FM – Shafter KOGO – San Diego KOSS – Lancaster KOWL – South Lake Tahoe KPAY – Chico KPRL – Paso Robles KQMS – Redding KRLA – Glendale KSCO – Santa Cruz KSFO – San Francisco KSIZ – Weed KSMA – Santa Maria KSRO – Santa Rosa KSTE – Rancho Cordova KSUE – Susanville KSZL – Barstow KTIE – San Bernardino KTIP – Porterville KTKZ – Sacramento KTMS – Santa Barbara KUHL – Santa Maria KUKI – Ukiah KUTY – Palmdale KVEC – San Luis Obispo KVLI – Lake Isabella KVML – Sonora KVON – Napa KYOS – Merced See also adult contemporary classic hits college country news/talk NPR oldies religious rock sports top 40 urban other radio stations in California v t e Entercom AM radio stations KCBS KCSP KDKA KEZW KFH KFXX KHTK¹ KIFM KIKK KILT KJCE KMBZ KMOX KMPS KMTT KNSS KNX KRLD KWOD KXNT KXST KYW KYYS KZDG WAOK WAXY WBBM WBEN WBT WBZU WCBS WCCO WEAL WEEI WFAN WFNZ WGR WILK WINS WJFK WJZ WKZN WMC WMFS WORD WPET WPHT WQAM WRNL WROC WRVA WSCR WSSP WTIC WVEI WWJ WWKB WWL WWWL WWWS WXNT WXYT WYRD FM radio stations K240EL K276FK KALC KALV-FM KAMP-FM KAMX KBLX-FM¹ KBZT KCBS-FM KDGS KDKA-FM KEGY KEYN-FM KEZK-FM KEZN KFBZ KFRC-FM KFRG KGMZ KGON KHMX KHTP KILT-FM KISW KITS KJKK KKDO KKHH KKMJ-FM KKWF KLLC KLOL KLUC-FM KLUV KMBZ-FM KMLE KMNB KMVK KMVQ-FM¹ KMXB KNCI¹ KNDD KNRK KNSS-FM KOIT¹ KOOL-FM KQKS KQMT KQRC-FM KRBQ KRBZ KRLD-FM KROQ-FM KRSK KRTH KRXQ KSEG KSFM KSON KSWD KTWV KUDL KUFX¹ KVFG KVIL KWJJ-FM KXFG KXQQ-FM KXSN KXTE KYCH-FM KYKY KYMX¹ KYXY KZJK KZZO¹ KZPT W241AP W253BI WAAF WBBM-FM WBEE-FM WBMP WBMX WBT-FM WBTJ WBZA WBZZ WCBS-FM WCFS-FM WCMF-FM WDAF-FM WDCH-FM WDOK WDSY-FM WDZH WEEI-FM WEZB WFAN-FM WFBC-FM WGGY WIAD WILK-FM WIP-FM WJFK-FM WJMH WJZ-FM WKBU WKIS WKRF WKRK-FM WKRZ WKSE WKTK WKXJ WLFP WLIF WLKK WLMG WLND WLNK WLYF WLZL WMC-FM WMFS-FM WMHX WMJX WMMM-FM WMQX WMXJ WMYX-FM WNCX WNEW-FM WNTR WNVZ WOCL WODS WOGL WOLX-FM WOMC WOMX-FM WPAW WPGC-FM WPOW WPTE WPXY-FM WQAL WQMG WQMP WRCH WROQ WRVQ WRVR WRXL WRXR-FM WSFS WSKY-FM WSMW WSPA-FM WSTR WTDY-FM WTIC-FM WTPT WTSS WTVR-FM WUSN WUSY WVEE WVEI-FM WVKL WWBX WWDE-FM WWEI WWL-FM WWMX WXRT WXSS WXTU WXYT-FM WYCD WYRD-FM WZGC WZMX WZPL ¹Stations operated by Bonneville International via LMA and to be sold pending FCC approval Radio Networks Boston Bruins Radio CBS Sports Radio* Sabres Hockey Network New York Yankees Radio Digital properties Eventful Play.it Radio.com See also CBS Radio * = Entercom operates under a CBS Brands License Agreement as producer with distribution handled by Westwood One. v t e Clear-channel stations These AM radio stations have a full-power nighttime skywave signal well beyond their daytime groundwave coverage, by international agreements. 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