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Ksak

KSAK
City of license Walnut, California
Broadcast area Greater Los Angeles
Branding 90.1 KSAK
Slogan Music and More
Frequency 90.1 MHz
Format Rap, Rock
Audience share January 10, 1974
ERP 4 watts
HAAT 127 meters
Class D
Facility ID 46740
Transmitter coordinates
Callsign meaning Mt. San Antonio College
Owner Mount San Antonio College
Webcast Listen Live
Website www.ksak.com
mtrockradio.com

KSAK is the FM campus radio station of the Mt. San Antonio College at Walnut, California. The station broadcasts a professionally programmed format designed to represent what actually goes on in the radio industry, instead of the alternative programming typically found on most college radio stations. Broadcasters and producers from local commercial radio stations teach classes at the college and supervise students who produce and announce news and music programming. The station broadcasts music in alternating blocks of hip-hop, alternative rock, and pop music, interspersed with news and public service announcements.

90.1 FM MtRock (KSAK) is the FM campus radio station of the Mt. San Antonio College at Walnut, California. The station broadcasts a professionally programmed rock format. Broadcasters and producers from local commercial radio stations teach classes at the college and supervise students who produce and announce news and music programming. The station broadcasts alternative rock, classic rock and current rock music, interspersed with hourly news and public service announcements.

In Fall 2011, the station became 90.1 FM MtRock after a management change at the college. The station is currently a rock format, playing rock from the year 1960 to today as well as local music from local LA artists. The station is now branded as "90.1 FM MtRock" and is run by students at the college. For more info on current broadcasts, events and news, log on to mtrockradio.com

External links

  • KSAK Official Website
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for KSAK
  • Radio-Locator information on KSAK
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KSAK
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