KSCA

KSCA

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KSCA is a commercial radio station in Glendale, California, broadcasting to the Los Angeles, California, area on 101.9 FM. As of 2007 KSCA is the most listened to radio station in the Los Angeles Metro Area.

KSCA airs a regional Mexican music format branded as "La Nueva 101.9".

<!--The station formerly featured the morning team of Reynan Almendarez Coello(Who was let go on March, 2004).-->

History

KUTE 101.9 was one of Los Angeles' first fm radio stations, going on the air with a very formal Big Band format. During the 1960s, the studios were located on the 32nd floor of Occidental Center, on Hope St., downtown Los Angeles. Here, during the earthquake of 1969, the studios are said to have swayed 6 feet! Its air staff included Mike Parker and William H. Belter.101.9 later became an R&B station known as KUTE 102 (and was once called "The Quiet Storm", a name that has been parodied by Tim Meadows on Saturday Night Live).

In 1987, it changed call letters to KMPC-FM and played "Full Spectrum Rock", a mixture of classic rock, adult album alternative and progressive rock radio . Many of the DJs who were let go from the defunct KMET that same year could be heard again on this radio station, including Paraquat Kelley, Cynthia Foxx, Jim Ladd and J.J. Jackson, who was program director at this time. In March 1989, KMPC became "The Edge", and later changed its call letters to KEDG and played the same format until...
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