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55 minutes of programming from Los Angeles radio station KNX, beginning just before 10:30 AM (Pacific Coast Time) on November 22, 1963. President Kennedy was shot in Dallas, Texas, at exactly 10:30 AM PST (12:30 PM CST in Dallas). The first KNX bulletins interrupt Arthur Godfrey's show, which had been pre-recorded just a few hours before. ALSO SEE: http://JFK-Assassination-As-It-Happened.blogspot.com
A television commercial for KFWB News 980 from 1993. © 1993 Group W (http://www.westinghouse.com/) Posted for entertainment and educational purposes only. No copyrights infringed. About KFWB 980 AM: KFWB is a Los Angeles AM radio station airing a Regional Mexican music format at 980 kHz. KFWB is owned by Lotus Communications Corporation and operates with 5,000 watts of power from a nondirectional antenna shared with KLAC near Lincoln Park in Eastside Los Angeles. The station had a mostly all-news format from 1968 until September 8, 2009, after which it converted to a news-talk format. On September 22, 2014, KFWB became a CBS Sports Radio network affiliate known as The Beast 980. On March 1, 2016, the sports format was discontinued and Desi 980 was launched. A Bollywood music format aired...
KHJ TV (Channel 9 Los Angeles) present current and the future state of Los Angeles Radio from 1986. Stations include: KIIS FM (102.7) / KPWR FM (105.9) / KIQQ FM (100.3) / KMGG FM (105.9) / KRLA AM (1110.) Featuring “Big” Ron O’Brian and Mucho Morales.
The personalities on Los Angeles radio stations change more often than some people change their socks. But at KROQ, ‘The Kevin and Bean Show’ has been an exception for years. FULL STORY: http://www.foxla.com/home/kroq-radio-personality-ralph-garman-tells-all-about-leaving-the-station
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Hear Robert W. Morgan, The Real Don Steele, Charlie Tuna, Humble Harve, Johnny Williams, Sam Riddle, Scotty Brink, Gary Mack, Frank Terry, Johnny Mitchell, Roger Christian, Dave Diamond, Bill Wade, Bobby Tripp, Steve Clark, Tommy Vance and more. A fun, creative look back when Bill Drake, Ron Jacobs & Gene Chenault created history with the "more music" format and the legendary Disc Jockeys, "Boss Jocks", we loved listening to on our AM transistor radios in Southern California. This video remembers the early years of 93 KHJ Radio in Boss Angeles,(1965 to 1970), as seen through the eyes of a boy growing up in the 1960's, in Anaheim, CA, who loved the 60’s Rock and Roll music and who dreamed of becoming a Boss Jock. You’ll also see & hear KHJ 20/20 news with Jim Lawrence, Marv Howard, Art K...
A local news reporter in Los Angeles called a radio host a pig after he talked about her underwear. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/join "Kacey Montoya is an accomplished, Emmy Award-winning reporter who works at KTLA… Not only was he moved to post a Facebook status by what she might be wearing under her “gorgeous white lace dress,” but he was inspired to host an entire discussion on it during his radio show. Any professional woman in the public eye would be disgusted by this. Montoya, though, had more than one reason to be upset: During the broadcast in question, she wasn’t even wearing what he described. The radio host painted a very detailed picture of her outfit, let his...
http://danoday.com/store Scott Shannon's KQLZ Pirate Radio replaces KIQQ/K100 Los Angeles, March 17, 1989. Montage to L.A. radio includes B. Mitchell Reed, KFWB Channel 98, Dick Biondi, KRLA, Dave Diamond, The Real Don Steele, KMET, Charlie Van Dyke, Tom Donohue.
On August 12, 2005, legendary KNX 1070 News Radio relocated from famed Columbia Square at 6121 Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood to a new space at 5670 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles. Columbia Square had been in operation since the 1930s, serving as the platform for numerous programs in radio's heyday. The move to the Miracle Mile building was ostensibly to stack most of CBS Radio's L.A. assets in one convenient, arguably "modern," location. The clips in this compilation are from a retrospective broadcast during the hour prior to the official switchover.
The following KNX 1070 News Radio editorial was aired in February 2000. In it, then-GM George Nicholaw challenged the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors' 3-2 vote weeks earlier to permanently ban the Great Western Gun Show from county property. Nicholaw served as KNX GM and VP from 1968 to 2003. He was one of the last station heads to continue the practice of broadcast editorials, which covered topics of local, regional and national importance. Nicholaw died Aug. 9, 2014, at 86. The intro and outro voice in the editorial is that of the legendary Michael "Massively Macho" Ambrosini.
A los hijos hay que enseñarles a respetar y a que te respeten; Caín y Abel, María de los Ángeles programa de radio Buenos Dias con Hector Martinez Serrano, Adela Castro, Manelic cantantes, desde Mexico Musica tradicional mexicana, comentarios, chica electronica, hermanas rodriguez, estherererere, maria de los angeles, isidro castro, uriangato, radio centro, rubi esmeralda, argelia colin, checo padilla, anecdotas noticias editoriales musica mexicana revista talk show latino, tamagochi, mariana, cain y abel, entretenimiento noticioso analisis debate hector martinez serrano news discussion commentary radio centro 690 khz, el fonografo, amplitud modulada, lunes a domingo, de 05:30 a 11:00 hrs.