Los Angeles Dodgers Announcers

Los Angeles Dodgers Announcers

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Fernando Valenzuela, KFI, KCAL-TV, Vin Scully, Fox Sports West and Prime Ticket, Don Drysdale, List of Los Angeles Dodgers broadcasters, Rick Monday, Charley Steiner, Steve Lyons, Don Sutton, Mark Sweeney, Jerry Reuss, Al Downing, Ross Porter, Stu Nahan, Jaime Jarrin, Jeanne Zelasko, Gary Miller, Los Angeles Dodgers Radio Network, Joel Meyers, Jerry Doggett, Eric Collins, SportsChannel Los Angeles, Patrick O'Neal, Pepe Y iguez. Excerpt: KFI is an AM radio station in Los Angeles, California. It received its license to operate on March 31, 1922 and began operating on April 16, 1922 as one of the United States' first high-powered, qclear-channelq stations. Currently, it operates as a talk radio station, airing a mixture of syndicated and locally originated news and talk programming. In the Spring 2006 quarter Arbitron rating, KFI was the most listened to radio station in Los Angeles, averaging approximately 1.5 million listeners during any given weekday. The station was the most listened to AM radio station as well as the most listened to news/talk radio station in the country, beating out WABC in New York City. KFI logo from 1981 to 1988In 1922, Earle C. Anthony was the founder and owner of what eventually became 50, 000 watt KFI- AM 640 radio, a station he controlled until his death in 1961. From 1929 to 1944, he also owned KECA-AM 790, now KABC. The E.C.A. in KECA standing, of course, for Earle C. Anthony. He was an early president of the National Association of Broadcasters and, during his term, oversaw the establishment of the organization's first paid staff. He was also a founder of one of the earliest television stations in Los Angeles, KFI-TV, channel 9, and KFI-FM, both of which were disposed of in 1951. The original KFI station used a 50-watt transmitter and was made out of a crank telephone. Early on, Anthony...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Title:Los Angeles Dodgers Announcers
Author: Source Wikipedia, LLC Books
Publisher:Books LLC, Wiki Series - 2010-05

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