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May 11, 1991 | CLAUDIA PUIG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Newer oldies every day. Though this may sound like yet another newfangled radio concept, it is intended simply to intrigue listeners and get them ready for something even newer. KSRF-FM (103.1), the easy-listening station that was bought by former KROQ-FM owner Ken Roberts last month, began on April 25 to play a varied assortment of songs from decades past. But the station is not just cuing up the usual "oldies but goodies" heard across the dial.
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May 11, 1991 | CLAUDIA PUIG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Newer oldies every day. Though this may sound like yet another newfangled radio concept, it is intended simply to intrigue listeners and get them ready for something even newer. KSRF-FM (103.1), the easy-listening station that was bought by former KROQ-FM owner Ken Roberts last month, began on April 25 to play a varied assortment of songs from decades past. But the station is not just cuing up the usual "oldies but goodies" heard across the dial.
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