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Radio Stations In LA

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It is one of the leading FM radio stations in Los Angeles and rightfully so as it plays just as much quality top 40 music like KIIS—but with a good sense of style and humor. KAMP-FM (97.1 AMP Radio) lightheartedly pokes fun at its fiercest competitor (KIIS) by lampooning its commercials and prominent personalities through its own promo spots on air. AMP Radio was launched on February 20, 2009 with a slogan “All the Hits” and as part of its big promotion; it played 10,000 songs in a row with no commercial breaks. The seemingly endless song marathon is long over now but the station still offers “Commercial-Free Mondays” for its listeners. The strategy worked as the station has been enjoying significant ratings success since its launch; even beating KIIS in the 18-34 demographic at some point.

KAMP-FM (97.1 AMP Radio) is formerly known as KLSX—a popular talk radio station—which was then changed to a mainstream top 40 format in June 30, 2009 as the owners (CBS Radio) felt it was more cost-effective to do so. Notable radio personalities who headlined the shows at KLSX before its impending transformation were the self-proclaimed “King of All Media” Howard Stern, shock jock and funny man Adam Corolla, former child star turned reality TV alum Danny Bonaduce and more. It was also the former home of the beloved “Breakfast with the Beatles Show”. These days, AMP Radio is a straight up Top 40 (CHR) station that features Pop, Hip Hop, R&B and Dance tunes in its playlist more than Rock. On January 4, 2010 Carson Daly (former MTV VJ and current Last Call host) joined AMP Radio to jumpstart its music-extensive morning show on weekdays from 6AM to 10 AM. For a great mix of rhythmic and edgy pop and urban music, Amp Radio is one of the best radio stations in LA.

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