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ENTERTAINMENT
April 6, 1986
BEAUTIFUL MUSIC KBIG-FM (104.3) KDOU-FM (97.5) KIQQ-FM (100.3) KJOI-FM (98.7) KOCM-FM (103.1) NEWS/TALK KABC-AM (790) KFOX-AM (93.5) (also country) KFWB-AM (980) KGIL-AM (1260) KIEV-AM (870) KNX-AM (1070) NOSTALGIA KBOB-FM (98.3) KGRB-AM (900) KMPC-AM (710) KWRM-AM (1370) POP / ROCK KBZT-FM (97.1) KEZY-FM (95.9) KFI-AM (640) KGIL-FM (94.3) (soft rock) KIIS-AM (1150) KIIS-FM (102.7) KKHR-FM (93.1) KLOS-FM (95.5) KMET-FM (94.7) KNAC-FM (105.5) (heavy metal) KNJO-FM (92.7) (soft rock) KNOB-FM (97.
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NEWS
August 11, 1987 | Associated Press
An administrative law judge at the Federal Communications Commission today denied renewal of RKO General Inc.'s licenses for 14 radio and television stations, including three in Los Angeles, saying the company's dishonesty is unprecedented for a broadcaster. "No case ever before decided by this commission presents dishonesty comparable to RKO's," Judge Edward J. Kuhlmann wrote in a 75-page decision.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 12, 2013 | By Ryan Faughnder
Clear Channel Media & Entertainment and Warner Music Group Corp., the world's third-largest record label, have entered a partnership that will let Warner promote music through the radio giant and take in revenue from terrestrial radio. The companies said Thursday that Warner will share in revenue from all of Clear Channel's platforms, including its 850 traditional radio stations and its Internet music service iHeartRadio . Financial details were not disclosed. Traditional AM and FM radio stations currently are not required to pay performance royalties, and record labels, including Warner, and artists are pushing for the U.S. government to establish a performance right that would allow labels and artists to make money from plays of songs on AM and FM stations.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 3, 1985 | DENNIS McDOUGAL
KUSC-FM (91.5), the most widely listened-to public radio station in Los Angeles, has dropped "All Things Considered"--the last vestige of National Public Radio news programming on its schedule. Station manager Wallace Smith said that replacing the afternoon program with classical music was both a programming and budgetary decision.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 25, 1988
President Reagan's State of the Union address will be televised live at 6 tonight on ABC, CBS, NBC and on cable's CNN and C-SPAN. Radio coverage airs at 6 p.m. on KCRW-FM (89.9), KFWB (980), KGIL (1260 AM), KNX (1070), KPCC-FM (89.3), KPFK-FM (90.7). In addition, C-SPAN will also have tape-delayed coverage at 8:30 p.m.
NEWS
January 9, 2003 | Steve Carney, Special to The Times
Rap outlet KPWR-FM (105.9) widened its lead as the Southland's top radio station, placing first in the ratings for the third straight quarter, while Christmas came early to KOST-FM (103.5), and so did listeners, according to the fall Arbitron ratings released Wednesday. KPWR, known as Power 106, grabbed 5.4% of the audience age 12 and older, up from 5.1% in the summer, according to the survey that chronicled listeners' choices from Sept. 19 to Dec. 11.
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