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KLSD (1360 AM) is a sports station based in San Diego, California. The sports programming began on November 12, 2007. Previously, KLSD's format was progressive talk radio.

KLSD broadcasts the Los Angeles Lakers basketball, San Diego State University Baseball and San Diego Chargers football, in conjunction with official flagship, co-owned KIOZ. KLSD also broadcasts college and pro football games from Sports USA Radio Network.

The station broadcasts at 5,000 watts day; 1,000 watts night, sharing a tower with KGB-FM in the East San Diego area.


  • 1922 July: W.K. Azbill was issued a license and the callsign KFBC; he operated at 10 watts on 833.3 kilocycles.
  • 1927: This license was assigned to Dr. Arthur Wells Yale.
  • 1928: Pickwick Broadcasting Corporation bought the station and made George Bowles vice president and manager of the station and changed its callsign to KGB to follow his name.
  • 1931: Don Lee, Inc bought KGB
  • 1934: Don Lee died and the license went to his son Thomas Lee, and was managed by Marion R. Harris.
  • 1942: The station began operating at 1360 kilohertz
  • 1949: KGB was operating at 1000 watts. Don Lee, Inc was merged with Mutual Broadcasting Company.
  • 1954: The station was sold to Marion R. Harris.
  • 1958: KGB's studios moved from the Pickwick Hotel to 4141 Pacific Highway, and the transmitter moved to 52nd Street and Kalmia. Power was increased at the new transmitter site to 5 kilowatts day 1 kilowatt night.

KLSD is San Diego's oldest licensed radio station,...
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