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#9 HOT 92.3
Legendary disc jockey Rick Dees currently calls it a home amongst LA radio stations, so it must be great. KHHT-FM Hot 92.3 truly is. Case in point: It is the only Rhythmic Adult Contemporary station included in the cutthroat top 10 American radio market. It was also honored by the National Association of Broadcasters with the prestigious Crystal Radio Awards for public service on April 17, 2007 and was featured in Soul Cities–VH1’s premiere Soul Channel. Plus, the great Tupac Shakur mentioned 92.3 in his song “To Live and Die in LA”. Sold yet? If those astounding anecdotal accounts won’t, I don’t know what will.
#10 KFI AM 640
It was 2004′s most listened to radio station in the United States (beating WABC in New York) and 2006′s number one amongst all radio stations in Los Angeles (with an average of 1.5 million daily listeners); KFI AM 640 was and still is a major force in American radio broadcasting. Presently owned by Clear Channel Communications, it’s known to many as a politically conservative talk radio station because it features some of the most prominent and bombastic traditionalists in the industry like Rush Limbaugh and former host Laura Schlessinger. However, that distinction has slightly changed in recent years as a slew of hosts came in and collectively advocated a political stance that leans towards libertarianism.
#11 KLVE 107.5
With more than three decades of unrivaled radio programming and with a weekly audience share of around 2 million dedicated listeners, KLVE 107.5 FM is undoubtedly the undisputed number one Spanish-language radio station in the US, let along the top of Latin LA radio stations. Owned and operated by the television network giant Univision, KLVE is broadcasting loud and proud from downtown Los Angeles at a power of 29,500 watts.
KXLU is a listener supported radio station broadcasting from the Westchester campus of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California. It’s one of the radio stations in LA that is committed to giving underappreciated musicians a collective voice and platform where they can showcase their unique talents to the world while providing their listeners with a commercial free, eclectic and alternative musical experience like no other.