Los Angeles area radio stations include KAMP-FM 97.1 on your dial. This station plays the top forty from its studios at the corner of Venice Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue in mid-town LA. It simulcast an AM sister station at KNX-AM. MYFM at 104.3 plays a mix of different types of music to suit the twenties-to-fifties crowd. Songs by Bruno Mars, Lady Ga-Ga, Rhiannon and John Mayer give them what producers call “uptown funk”.
Your kids are sure to enjoy Pasadena based Radio Disney dialing KDIS 1110 FM for all the Disney movie music. KDIS 1110 FM is the number one twenty-four-hour station with a niche market composed of kids, teens and parents. Kids are given playlist input by dialing the station’s toll free number. Frequently requested tunes include Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, One Direction, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Cody Simpson, Mindless Behavior, and Adele.
KBIG at 104.3 FM is owned by iHeartMedia. It plays what the station producers call “hot adult contemporary” hits of the 1990’s from its Burbank station.
KDAY FM 93.5 appeals to a wide audience from high school kids to middle-aged professionals. Its edgy announcers include morning DJ’s Good Fellas, afternoon Celia the Mamacita, and nighttime Art Leboe, lure listeners with great contests and concert tickets.
JACK FM 93.1 has listeners who enjoyed the music of the sixties and seventies including Bob Dylan,Neil Young, Paul McCartney and The Who
Specific radio stations target new American immigrants hungry for a taste of the music of their homeland. If you’re an Indie fan tune into Spanish-speaking music station KDLE FM97. 5.
Do you like Bollywood music? Tune into DESI 980 AM for music, news, community and cultural events.
Broadcasting from Long Beach, KBUE FM 105.5,a Lieberman station airing in regional Spanish language station plays regional Mexican music.
While you are station surfing don’t forget to check out the college and university stations in the LA, Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach, Torrance, Long Beach or the surrounding areas. A popular choice with the college crowd is KCLU broadcasting from the Malone Student Center at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.