September 16, 1998 |
Jacor Communications Inc., a large radio station owner and program distributor, has agreed to buy two radio stations in Anaheim for $30.1 million in cash to expand further in Southern California. Jacor, whose syndicated programs include "The Rush Limbaugh Show" and "The Dr. Laura Schlessinger Show," said it will buy KEZY-FM (95.9) and KORG-AM (1190) from closely held ML Media Partners LP, an investment fund managed by Merrill Lynch & Co. Based in the Cincinnati suburb of Covington, Ky.
March 10, 1990 |
Karen Tyndall, whose midday program on Anaheim all-talk radio station KORG-AM was been off the air since Feb. 12, is claiming that she is a victim of censorship over a Jan. 31 show in which she joined callers and guests in lambasting the Orange County Board of Supervisors on issues ranging from malathion spraying to the naming of the new terminal at John Wayne Airport. Tyndall said one supervisor, Don R.
June 11, 1991 |
Just weeks after a Garden Grove movie theater near Little Saigon exchanged mainstream Hollywood films for foreign pictures aimed at the Asian-American market, a five-day-a-week, call-in radio program has debuted to help Vietnamese immigrants adjust to life in the United States. The Vietnamese-language "Living in America" airs from 9 to 10 p.m.
April 15, 1991 |
Recently, a local Korean radio program raised $38,000 in two days to help defray the medical expenses of a 16-year-old Korean immigrant with leukemia. "People called the station and gave $20, $10," said Daniel J. Oh, executive director of marketing for Radio Korea U.S.A.. "I think the money came from about 1,000 people. Those are the numbers which are impressive." Also impressive are the number of Southern California radio stations that have taken on a Korean format.