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To those in the Los Angeles area: Are there any decent radio stations in our area?

Asked by tinyfaery (42867points) January 22nd, 2009

My absolute favorite radio station, Indie 103.1, has gone off the air. I know all the basic, popular stations, which suck. I know about KCRW and 1003.1. What else is out there? I live in No Ho. Is there some small station out there that I don’t know about?

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chicadelplaya's avatar

KROC, I believe you can find it at 106.7 fm

tinyfaery's avatar

That’s an obvious. I’ve listened to that station for almost 25 years, even though it mostly sucks.

Judi's avatar

I’m old but I listent to KLOS, 95.5, the home of Mark and Brian. Clasic Rock.

St.George's avatar

Wow. When I lived in SoCal I never turned the dial from KCRW.

cheebdragon's avatar

I pretty much leave my radio on 97.1, music on the radio kind of sucks these days so it’s a good alternative IMO, but my mom listens to 93.1 (I think) or whatever jackFM is on.

designfire's avatar

@chicadelplaya It’s actually KROQ, but the 106.7 is right on the money :). I really only like it for the morning (and now afternoon) show though, Kevin and Bean.

tinyfaery's avatar

I have every one of those stations on my radio, except 97.1.

So I guess the answer to my question is no. There are no decent radio stations. :(

fundevogel's avatar

I mostly listen to KCRW. I always learn something new.

It doesn’t play a ton of music though if that’s what you’re looking for.

windex's avatar

103.5 Love songs on the coast

106.7 KROQ Awesomeness!!!

89.3 KPCC National Public Radio

malcolm.knapp's avatar

I could not find a good one when I lived there. I recommend Pandora if you have access to the internet.

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