Dan's Aircheck Trading Emporium

California Airchecks - San Francisco all except KFRC-AM and KYA-AM

 

Call Letters Frequency Date (YYYY/MM/DD) Start Time Disk Jockey and/or format (positioner) Duration (min) Scoping
KABL 960 1996/07/26 17:45 Adult Standards ("Music and Memories") 47 None
1997/12/--   Standards.  Christmas music. 47 None
KBGG-FM 98.1 1996/07/25 23:10 70's Hits ("Big 98.1") 47 None
1997/07/01 11:00 Don St. John.  End of "Big 98.1" format.  Aircheck ends with two hours of machinery sound and occasional voice inserts leading up to "New 98.1" format. 370 None
1997/07/02   Yvonne Sanders, Renel Lewis, Gil Alexander.  Kick-off of "Kiss-FM," "New 98.1" format. 369 None
KBLX-FM (Berkeley) 102.9 1981/08/12   Urban 48 None
1999/06/22 13:10 Classic Soul/R&B 46 None
KCBS 740 2003/03/29 12:00 newsradio 31 None
KCBS-FM 97.3 1980/03/22 13:01 Steve Garland 65 None
KDBK-FM 98.9 1990/07/31 10:35 Melissa McConell.  First day of new format (AC). 94 None
KDND-FM 107.9 2006/12/31   Top 107 of 2006 462 None
2009/01/01   Top 107 of 2008 466 Commercials
2010/12/--   Top 50 of 2009 228 None
KFOG-FM 104.5 1981/08/13 18:50 Bill Montana/Beautiful Music ("FM 104.5") 46 None
1982/09/15 07:21 Bill Keffury/Beautiful Music (day before format change) 47 None
1982/09/16 07:43 Bill Keffury/Beautiful Music (last morning of BM format) 47 None
11:15 Greg Roberts with BM format until 12 noon, format change at noon, Dave Morey with first two hours plus of new AOR format 193 None
23:00 Michelle Michales until midnight followed by Bill Keffury with new AOR format 193 None
1984/01/20 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1961. 27 Commercials
1984/08/23 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from the 1950s. 28 Commercials
1986/04/07 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from Motown. 28 Commercials
1986/04/08 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1966. 29 Commercials
1986/04/24 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1966. 28 Commercials
1986/04/29 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  18th Anniversary of the musical "Hair" 27 Commercials
1986/12/12 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1970. 38 Commercials
1986/12/25 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Christmas 1986. 40 Commercials
1988/05/06 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Songs about Mother's Day. 32 Commercials
1988/05/09 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1967. 31 Commercials
1988/08/05 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from the 1950s. 32 Commercials
1988/08/09 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1962. 32 Commercials
1989/11/23 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features a "Parade of Turkeys" (songs) in honor of Thanksgiving. 42 Commercials
1989/12/07 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1971. 40 Commercials
1991/07/05 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features instrumentals. 33 Commercials
1991/07/11 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  It's the day of an eclipse. 35 Commercials
1991/09/04 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1973. 44 Commercials
1992/04/17 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1976. 46 Commercials
1992/04/22 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  It's Earth Day. 45 Commercials
1992/05/05 10:00 Dave Morey "10 at 10" show.  Features songs from 1967. 45 Commercials
1996/07/25 19:40 AAA ("San Francisco's K-Fog") 47 None
2008/12/24 12:50 Annalisa 104 None
KFRC-FM 106.1; 99.7 1974/01/01 11:28 Oldies (automated) 193 None
1977/12/28   Dick Clark "Rock, Roll, and Remember" program with an unusual subject this time...Dick Clark himself.  Hosted by actor Joseph Campanella. 387 None
1991/02/22   History of San Francisco radio.  Portion of program. 33 None
1991/03/11 04:54 Rich Amoule.  Start of oldies format.  ("New 99.7") 66 None
06:00 Harry Nelson.  New oldies format.  Full show. 179 None
08:59 Don Yu.  New oldies format. 123 None
1996/07/25 21:30 Oldies 47 None
1999/06/23 21:35 Oldies 96 None
2001/12/23   Fast Lane Philips and Ron Parker 88 None
KGO-FM 103.7 1967/10/16   Automated DJ.  Nice KGO-FM jingles. 111 None
KHIT-TM 98.9 1988/05/05 12:23 Second-last day of KHIT before transition to KOFY. 62 None
1988/05/06 08:57 Judy Davis & Mike State.  Last day of "the New 98.9 K-Hit".  Transition to simulcast of KOFY-AM at 1:00 p.m.  Becomes KOFY-FM. 280 None
KIQI (Sunnyvale) 1010 1974/03/10 12:10 Cliff Saunders.  First day of format. 63 None
KIOI-FM 101.3 1973/01/--   Harry Young 45 None
1973/01/14 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program.  Excellent, eclectic mix of music where truly anything goes. 113 None
1973/02/04 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 101 None
1973/04/08 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 107 None
1973/04/29 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 90 None
1973/05/13 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program.  157 None
1973/05/20 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 123 None
1973/05/27 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 92 Partly
1973/06/03 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 86 Partly
1973/06/10 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 93 Partly
1973/06/17 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 79 Partly
1973/07/01 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 69 None
1973/07/08   James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 81 None
1983/07/22 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 79 None
1973/08/01 21:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 99 None
1973/08/08 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 78 None
1973/08/15 20:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 80 None
1973/11/14 20:00 Don Kelly for James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 43 None
1973/12/19 20:00 Don Kelly for James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 46 None
1974/02/06 21:06 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 62 None
1974/02/13 22:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 64 None
1974/02/20 21:00 James Gabbert.  "Anything Goes" program. 73 None
1977 ------ KIOI-FM jingles 11 ------
1978/08/29 16:33 Sam Van Zandt 32 None
1978/09/06 19:47 Ron Castro 48 None
1996/02/08   Don Bleu.  Simulcast with WYNY-FM, New York. 42 None
1996/07/25 20:40 Lisa St. Regis/AC ("K-101") 47 None
1999/06/24 08:25 AC ("K-101") 47 None
21:55 AC ("K-101") 47 None
2001/10/08   Steve Masters.  '80s music. 89 None
KITS-FM 105.3 1983/08/07 15:08 Doug Ritter.  "Live 105" 45 None
1983/08/13 14:03 Richard Sands 86 None
1983/11/28 19:17 Richard Sands.  "105 - Kits" 46 None
1987/12/31   Roland West.  Top 105.3 of 1987 countdown.  Numbers 105.3 to 96 are heard. 46 Commercials
21:47 Rob Francis.  Top 105.3 of 1987 countdown.  Numbers 10 to 1 are heard. 45 Commercials
1988/12/31   Rob Francis and Audio Video.  Top 105 of 1988.  Numbers 80 to 59 are heard. 88 None
1995/06/24 10:00 Rolin West and Cynthia D.  Remote broadcast from near where a Pearl Jam concert was to be held. 490 None
KKCY-FM 98.9 1985/06/21 17:35 Dan Carlisle.  Kickoff of "variety rock" format. 88 None
1987/12/09 06:45 Michael Knight.  KKCY, "the City." 195 None
09:59 "Curtis."  KKCY, "the City." 81 None
1988/02/01 07:55 Andy Lee.  Standards ("the Great American Standards.")  Final hours of KKCY before transition to KHIT-FM. 119 None
09:40 Automated.  Transition to KHIT-FM. 92 None
KLLC-FM 97.3 1996/07/26 07:35 CHR ("FM-97") 47 None
KMEL-FM 106.1 1981/12/19 22:55 Dick Clark hosting a national broadcast of Rod Stewart's final show of the season at the Los Angeles Forum.  Simulcast with KTVU, Channel 2, Oakland. 79 None
1982/07/02 18:00 Mary Holloway.  "Camel 106." 93 None
1984/08/25   music leading up to the format switch taking place at 12 noon this day 55 None
1984/08/25 11:36 Mark McKay.  Format switch to "All Hit 106" takes place at 12 noon. 91 None
1984/11/19 15:37 Howard Hoffman.  "All Hit 106." 42 None
1986/08/--   Leslie Stovall. 44 None
1987/04/25 23:59 Renel Lewis. 119 None
1989/01/02   Michael Erickson.  Top songs of 1988.  #s 15 to 6. 42 Commercials
  Cameron Paul.  Top songs of 1988.  #s 5 to 1. 46 Commercials
1991/03/29 06:14 John London/Michael Martin/Renel Lewis.  Final day of morning zoo (and of station?). 279 None
KMPX-FM 106.9; 98.9 1967/05/02 20:37 Tom Donohue 88 None
1967/10/11 16:57 "The Beef."  Underground/album rock.  "107 Multiplex Stereo" 54 None
1967/10/12   Underground/album rock. 56 None
18:35 Bob McClay 56 None
19:38 Tom Donohue.  Underground/album rock. 54 None
1967/12/-- 09:32 Underground/album rock. 55 None
1978/09/12 19:25 John Jensen.  Big Band.  "Big Band 99 FM" 96 None
21:01 Rick Wagstaff.  Big Band. 177 None
1978/09/13 07:10 Big Band 97 None
1982/07/11 23:26 Tony Harford.  Big Band.  Ends with station nightly sign-off at 12 midnight. 36 None
1982/07/12 06:00 Big Band.  Begins with station's daily 6 a.m. sign-on. 55 None
1982/07/18 05:21 Big Band. 99 None
1982/07/19 06:00 Big Band.  Begins with station's daily 6 a.m. sign-on. 61 None
23:26 Big Band.  Ends with station nightly sign-off at 12 midnight. 35 None
1982/07/20 06:00 Big Band.  Begins with station's daily 6 a.m. sign-on. 48 None
1982/07/21 23:24 Big Band.  Ends with station nightly sign-off at 12 midnight. 36 None
1982/07/22 06:00 Big Band.  Begins with station's daily 6 a.m. sign-on. 65 None
1982/07/24 23:12 Big Band.  Ends with station nightly sign-off at 12 midnight. 48 None
1982/07/25 06:02 Catherine Erickson.  Big Band. 45 None
23:25 Norman Davis.  Big Band.  Ends with station nightly sign-off at 12 midnight. 36 None
1982/07/26 06:00 Big Band.  Begins with station's daily 6 a.m. sign-on. 60 None
1982/08/17   Alex Bennett(?).  Big Band.  Last day of format.  Aircheck ends with repeating, automated "The Quake, FM 99, starts Monday at 6 a.m."  Station would become KQAK. 47 None
KNBR 680 1970/10/04   Evonne Davis hosts "How to Make it Happen" with guest San Francisco schools superintendent Thomas Shaheen. 63 None
1975/04/22 07:02 Frank Dill/MOR 60 None
1989/02/16 16:06 Leo Laporte & Co.  Talk/variety. 124 None
1989/06/05 09:25 Frank Dill.  Talk/variety. 62 None
1989/06/25 10:59 Mike Cleary.  Talk/variety. 62 None
1991/10/29 21:00 Peter Collins.  Tribute to Bill Graham, local rock and roll promoter who died on 10/25/91. 92 None
KOFY-FM 98.9 1988/05/14 09:56 Jim Gabbert.  Format kick-off. 69 None
1990/07/30 09:20 "Sick Mix 99 FM".  "You're never more than five minutes away from a song you didn't like all that much the first time you heard it!"  Simulcast with KLRS/Santa Cruz/San Jose. 47 None
1990/07/30 10:05 "Sick Mix 99 FM" 47 None
KOIT-FM 96.5 1996/07/26 08:35 AC ("Light Rock") 47 None
KPIX-FM/KYCY 93.3/1550 1997/05/30 06:00 J.D. and Jo Mama Thomas.  Country and western.  Start of KYCY simulcast. 266 None
KQAK-FM 98.9 1982/08/23 06:00 Alex Bennett.  "The Quake."  Start of new format. 178 None
KSAN-FM 107.7 1968/10/26   Alan Stone 147 None
1969/04/16   Tom Donahue 116 None
2000/03/13 10:50 Steven Seaweed.  Classic rock.  ("The Bone") 370 None
KSFO 560 1971/07/01 07:50 Jim Lange (of "The Dating Game")/MOR 47 None
09:30 Jim Lange, Dan Sorkin/MOR 47 None
11:20 Dan Sorkin/MOR 47 None
18:10 Terry McGovern/MOR 47 None
1974/02/-- ------ "Just for Laughs" segments 62 ------
1983/12/12 23:15 Jerry Gordon.  Final "comedy hour." 45 None
1983/12/13 00:00 Al Jazzbeau Collins.  Talk/jazz.  "New KSFO" 43 None
1986/01/28 08:55 Carter B. Smith with Dave Henderson.  Coverage of shuttle Challenger explosion. 46 None
09:59 Stefan Ponek with Dave Henderson.  Coverage of shuttle Challenger explosion. 46 None
1989/10/17 17:04 Bill King and Lon Simmons at Candlestick Park about to call game 3 of the World Series when the earthquake hits. 233 None
1992/09/28 04:28 Mike Joseph/oldies.  KYA-FM was to discontinue simulcast at 06:00.  Station ID'd as "560 KSFO, KYA-FM 93.3." 92 None
06:01 Gene Nelson/oldies.  KYA-FM is split off, and station IDs as "560 KSFO." 240 None
10:00 Celeste Perry/oldies.  Follows from show above. 36 None
1994/08/26 05:30 Gene Nelson with Dave Henderson and Ginny Prior.  Last show.  Recording is not scoped but not continuous. 189 None
KSFX-FM 103.7 1973/07/28 11:29 Bob Foster, Phil Buchanan.  AOR 76 None
1973/08/19 15:59 Harry Scarborough 126 None
1978/09/07   Michelle Ross 46 None
1981/07/27 06:05 Steven Capen. 193 None
1982/04/15 21:50 Keith Richards 193 None
1982/04/16 05:59 Steven Capen 193 None
1982/04/21 03:30 Dave Morey/Steven Capen 193 None
06:44 Steven Capen.  Featuring music of 1971. 193 None
1982/04/23 07:00 Steven Capen.  Featuring music of 1972. 193 None
1982/04/24 09:24 Billy Juggs.  Featuring music of 1973. 193 None
1982/04/25   Billy Juggs/Keith Richards  Featuring music of 1974. 193 None
1982/04/26 08:51 Steven Capen.  Featuring music of 1975. 193 None
1982/04/27 07:22 Steven Capen.  Featuring music of 1976. 193 None
1982/04/28 07:00 Steven Capen/Jack Popejoy.  Featuring music of 1977. 193 None
1982/04/29 07:58 Steven Capen.  Featuring music of 1978. 193 None
1982/04/30 07:11 Steven Capen.  Featuring music of 1979. 193 None
1982/05/01 10:08 Billy Juggs.  Featuring music of 1980. 193 None
1982/05/02   Donna Perry.  Featuring music of 1981. 193 None
1982/05/03 00:00 Richard Gossett and Sheila Rae.  Final hours of station. 100 None
02:31 Richard Gossett and Sheila Rae.  Final hours of station.  Switch to simulcast of KGO-AM begins at 5:00 a.m. with Jim Dunbar and Ted Wargand(?). 193 None
KSOL-FM 107.7; 98.9 1983/01/01   Chuck Cannon.  Top 50 LPs of 1982.  Heard are numbers 18 through 8. 93 None
1986/01/01   Lee Perkins and Michael Erickson.  Dance hits of 1985. 61 Commercials
14:54 Billy Ocean.  Top 50 LP countdown, #s 22-19 61 Commercials
1987/01/01   Michael Erickson.  Dance hits of 1986. 46 Commercials
  Doug Lee.  Top 50 LP countdown, #s 38-35 46 Commercials
1996/08/15 19:55 LeBaron King.  Final hours of Soul Oldies format leading up to change to all-Spanish format at 11 p.m. 358 None
KXXX 99.7 1991/03/01 09:22 Michael Knight/Brian Lee/Rich Amouie.  AOR ("K-100") 367 None
KYA-FM 93.3 1981/05/31 21:21 Paula Kelly.  "Easy Rock KYA."  Aircheck ends with station nighttime sign-off. 159 None
1986/08/25 05:45 Gene Nelson.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM.  "KSFO-KYA-FM." 278 None
1988/08/05 11:49 Pat Evans.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM. 38 None
13:05 Pat Evans.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM. 40 None
1988/10/19 07:07 Joey Reynolds 46 None
1992/01/25 13:58 John Mac Flanagan.  Final days of ownership by King Broadcasting.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM 63 None
15:00 Scot Forest.  Final days of ownership by King Broadcasting. Simulcast with KSFO-AM. 212 None
1992/01/27 08:24 Gene Nelson.  Final day of ownership by King Broadcasting.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM. 96 None
10:00 Celeste Perry.  Final day of ownership by King Broadcasting.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM.  Transition to ownership by First Broadcasting occurs at end of Perry's show at 3:00 p.m. 302 None
15:00 Terry McGovern.  First programming under ownership by First Broadcasting.  Simulcast with KSFO-AM. 241 None
1992/09/28 04:28 Mike Joseph.  Final 1.5 hours of simulcast with KSFO-AM 92 None
06:00 Terry McGovern.  Begins programming without KSFO-AM simulcast. 240 None
10:00 Lee Sims. 36 None
1992/12/07 05:27 Terry McGovern.  Broadcasting live from Alcatraz Island. 280 None
1994/02/28 17:30 Sylvia Chacon and "Mr. Party."  Mr. Party's first special featuring music from the 1950s. 391 None
1994/03/01 00:00 Don St. John. 100 None
1994/03/28 00:00 Final 5.5 hours of KYA-FM's oldies format.  Automated except for occasional pitches by KFRC-FM DJs for KYA listeners to take their oldies listening to that station.  At 5:30 a.m., station switches to country and western, "young country" format with co-DJs Goss and Garrett.  Includes first 1.5 hours of C&W format. 491 None
KYUU-FM 99.7 1988/08/05 09:18 Don Bleu and Rick Shaw.  AOR 181 None
1988/08/08 09:03 Don Bleu and Vicki Jenkins 202 None
15:52 Bobby Ocean 278 None
1988/08/09 06:52 Don Bleu and Vicki Jenkins 195 None
KZQZ-FM 95.7 1999/06/23 19:20 CHR-Pop ("Z-95.7") 46 None
2001/12/31   DJ is "Sauvecito."  ("Z-95.7)  Extreme Jams of 2002 61 Commercials
  Diane Foster and Mark Christopher 61 Commercials