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Santa Cruz area Radio guide

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A list of Santa Cruz, Monterey Bay area Am and FM radio stations including programming highlights.









FM (Frequency Modulation)

KZSC 88.1
Non-commercial, educational public radio station in association for UCSC
Programming highlights:
Weekdays 6PM: KPFA News
Saturdays 12-2PM: JazzKitty, celebrating the women of jazz
Wiki Wiki Wednesday 6-9 AM, Aloha-phile Hawaiian music  for the Monterey Bay
Station Website http://kzsc.org

KUSP 88.9
Central Coast Public Radio  Santa Cruz, CA. KUSP reporters cover news and cultural
Programming highlights:
Weekdays  8:50am Marketplace Morning Report
Saturdays 9-10am Ask Dr. Dawn Dr. Dawn Motyka
Sundays 10pm-12am Jazz Music,  Giant Steps Howard Feldstein
Station Website http://www.kusp.org

KSPB 91.9
A commercial-free student radio station
Programming highlights:
Weekdays  8am-4pm BBC World Service
Saturday 7-9pm "Working for the Weekend with Matt and Will"
Sundays 9-10pm "The Community hour"
Station Website http://www.kspb.org

KREV 92.7  The Revolution
Station Website:  http://www.927rev.com

KTOM 92.7
Country Music
Station Website:  http://www.ktom.com

KWAV 96.9
Soft Rock/Adult Contemporary No Repeat Workday, Monterey, CA         
Programming highlights:
Weekdays 7pm-12am Soft Rock KWAV plays love songs and dedications with Delilah
Sundays 7-10am Casey Kasem counts 'em down with American Top 20.
Station Website http://www.kwav.com

KMZT "K-Mozart" 97.9 FM 24-hour Monterey Bay classical music station.

KZMR 99.1 – Spanish Radio

101.3 Free Radio Santa Cruz
Programming highlights:
Weekdays 8-9am Democracy now! w/ Amy Goodman
Saturday 9-12pm Metal from Around the World
Sundays 6-8pm Soups Kitchen w/ DJ Süp127
Station Website http://freakradio.org

KCDU 101.7
The Beach/Hot AC - Carmel, CA         
Programming highlights:
Weekdays 2-6pm "Kick it with kiwi"
Saturday 8am-11am Randy Jackson's Hit List
Sundays American Top 40 with Ryan Seacrest
Station Website http://www.1017thebeach.com

KRML 102.1
Eclectic Rock (& More)
Station Website:  http://www.krml.com/

KDON 102.5
Today's Hottest Music/Top-40  Salinas, CA    
Programming highlights:
Weekdays 6am-10am Morning Madhouse
Weekend Top 30/ Ghetto House Radio
Saturday 6pm-12am Saturday Night Street Party with CAROLYN MONROE
Sundays 7-10am Weekend Top 30
Station Website http://www.kdon.com

KMBY 103.9 The Santa Cruz X - NEW station (formerly KBOQ http://www.kbach.com)
Now playing "all the songs you remember" in a new AC format. (Monterey/Santa Cruz/Salinas, California)

KHIP 104.3 The Hippo
Classic Rock
Programming highlights:
Weekdays 9am-10am COMMERCIAL FREE CLASSIC ROCK MARATHON
Saturday 10PM - MIDNIGHT!!THE HOUSE OF HAIR WITH DEE SNIDER
Sundays 8am-11am ACOUSTIC STORM WITH JEFF PARETS
Station Website  http://www.thehippo.com

KAPU 104.7
Features an all-Hawaiian format. 
Station Website http://www.kapu.org

KPIG 107.5
Programming highlights:
Weekdays 10am-3pm DJ Ellie Mae Out To Lunch, Financial Report
Saturday 3pm-8pm DJ Unkle Sherman
Sundays 10am-12pm Please Stand By Live Show Hosted by Sleepy John
Station Website http://www.kpig.com

 


AM (Amplitude Modulation)

630 AM KIDD
Great Music, Great Memories/Nostalgia, Radio Monterey, CA
Programming highlights:
Weekdays 6am-10am The Breakfast Club with Kevin Kahl
Weekend Best from the Z97.9 music library all weekend long with Sean O'Callaghan
Station Website http://www.z979fm.com/

KOMY 1340 AM
Programming highlights:
Saturday &  Sundays  1- 3pm BIG BAND JUMP, hosted by Don Kennedy
Saturdays 6 -8 pm Sid Mark's  THE SOUNDS OF SINATRA
Station Website http://www.uncasnetworks.com/komy/

KSCO 1080 AM Talk Back Radio/News/Talk
Programming highlights:
Weekdays 6am-9am Good Morning Monterey Bay with Rosemary Chalmers
Weekdays 12pm-2pm Dr. Cory Show
Saturday 5am-7am Wellness Hour
Sun.-Fri. 10pm - 2am Coast to Coast AM (Live)
Station Website http://www.ksco.com

KNRY 1240 AM - All Jazz


Note: If you know of more information or a station we missed please let us know.

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Comments (8)Add Comment
REGGAE ON KZSC:
written by Joeseph Nunez, April 01, 2013
LISTEN TO REGGAE ON KZSC:

Tuesday 9am-12noon
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written by a guest, November 27, 2012
krml no longer jazz/blues....now kfog lite.
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written by John Malkin, October 10, 2012
Greetings! Thanks for the radio guide.
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written by Dave Michaels, January 24, 2012
KSCO plays Coast to Coast every weeknight from 10pm-4am. KSCO am 1080 now has Dr. Bill Wattenburg too!!!
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written by sara buffalo, January 18, 2012
what station gets coast to coast am with george noory? From GTW, that is KSCO 10PM-1AM PST.
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written by steven carrera, December 17, 2011
what is a good radio station for an out of town indie band to get their music played for when they do come to town??
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written by JoyceBingley, December 05, 2011
103.9 is no longer classical. Plays mish-mash rock. Check it out.
Master of her Universe
written by Avery, July 16, 2010
Love the new radio guide! You rock it!

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