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    1440 am timeline

    Hey Guys:

    Though I would share my 1440 AM Timeline:

    October 24, 1941-KPRO 1440-General Entertainment

    __________1956-KPRO-MOR/STDS (Imperial Broadcasting Systems AQ 5-14-56)

    __________1971 or 1973-KPRO-MOR/AC/STDS (January 27, 1970 New P.D) (May 1, 1971 whole new DJ lineup for the station)

    __________1976-KPRO-Beautiful Music "KPRO Cloud 9"

    __________1978-KPRO-MPR/STDS, Big Bands, Ballads (Memorable Standards) (Inland Empire Broadcasters AQ 6-1-78)

    __________1983-KPRO-Talk (Klein/Ray Broadcasting AQ 3-31-83)

    March 15, 1984 6PM-KPRO was to go off the air but did not.

    September 29, 1986-KDIF-Spanish/Top 40 (Contemporary Spanish Hits) (Inland Empire Wireless AQ 9-1-86)

    _________________-KDIF-Regional Mexican (Ex: 11-94) (Ex Aug 2002)

    _________________-KDIF-Spanish/Oldies "La Preciosa 1440 AM"

    September 27, 2010-KFNY-Comedy "Funny 1440 AM"

    August 4, 2014-KFNY-Talk "News/Talk 1440 AM"

    May 15, 2017-KFNY-Spanish/Oldies "La Preciosa 1440 AM"

    November 14, 2017-KFOO-Spanish/Oldies "La Preciosa 1440 AM"

    That is my timeline with all of my research. As you can see I have many blanks to fill in. Anybody have any ideas on dates that would be AWESOME!!

    Thanks
    Tommy C.

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    Where's 'Super Pro' when they were Sports in the early 70's? They were a very low power station at that point, Dick Clark might have owned it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hot Hits View Post
    Where's 'Super Pro' when they were Sports in the early 70's? They were a very low power station at that point, Dick Clark might have owned it?
    Since they went on the air in 1941, 1440 has been 1 kw non-directional day and night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post


    Since they went on the air in 1941, 1440 has been 1 kw non-directional day and night.
    Yes low power, I thought they were running 800 watts when I visited them in 73 or 74

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