July 31, 1989 |
An independent Chinese-American programming company working for KAZN-AM had lobbied hard to get a Los Angeles nightclub to advertise on the radio station's Chinese show. So the firm was stunned recently when a rival KAZN programmer persuaded the club to buy time on KAZN's Korean segment instead. "They were ready to sign up with us . . .
September 5, 1988 |
The last few years have seen the emergence of several pioneering radio formats across the country, including an all-Beatles station and an all-New Age station. Now two radio veterans, Dwight Case and George Fritzinger, plan to launch an Asian-language radio station here in mid-November. Case, president of NetworksAmerica, said KAZN-AM will be a 24-hour station devoting 4- to 6-hour blocks each to Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Filipino and Vietnamese-language programming.