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alternate case: kBIG

KMXA (AM) (482 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article

modified to KLSC on September 25, 1985. In 1987, KLSC became KYBG (known as "KBIG"), the first all-sports radio station west of the Mississippi River, which
Sean Hamilton (2,493 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Clear Channel hand picked Hamilton to become the new afternoon drive host on KBIG-FM, known as 104.3 MYfm in Los Angeles. He was Clear Channel's only "music"
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Paoli, Oklahoma. The group sang on California radio stations (KFOX- KBGR-KBIG ) in the 1940s, and was offered a full-time spot on radio station WOWO in
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KLEO City Kailua kona , Hawaii Frequency 106.1 MHz Branding KBIG 97.9 & 106.1 Slogan Big Hits Programming Format Hot Adult Contemporary Ownership Owner
KKBG (64 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
KKBG City Hilo, Hawaii Broadcast area Hilo Frequency 97.9 MHz Branding KBIG 97.9 & 106.1 Slogan Big Hits Programming Format Hot Adult Contemporary Ownership
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Jammin' Oldies. Scott Thrower - Longtime radio personality who also worked at KBIG/Los Angeles, WEGX/Philadelphia and KKRZ/Portland. Now out of radio, working
Todd Newton (809 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
American radio stations including WKBQ in his hometown of St. Louis, KIIS and KBIG in Los Angeles, WNEW in New York, and the syndicated All Nite Cafe. In January
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Stations" (PDF). Radio & Records. 1993-11-26. p. 3. Retrieved 2019-07-29. "KBIG, JAZZ-FM Join For Sales" (PDF). Radio & Records. 1994-02-18. p. 22. Retrieved
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with intensity and brilliance." Bob Healy of the Satellite News Network/KBIG Radio spoke of Where the Day Takes You as, "One of the ten best films of
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Cars' Benjamin Orr, spent 3 weeks at No. 1 on Los Angeles radio station KBIG FM and also hit the Top 5 at sister station KOST FM.[citation needed] In