Bring back the rock and roll of the sixties/seventies. That’s when 1240 AM was great.
Saul Levine, owner and president of Mount Wilson FM Broadcasters Inc., said the new format, which debuts Monday, will blend standards recorded by legends such as Doris Day, Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis and Dean Martin with modern interpretations of the classics by contemporary performers like Diana Krall, Harry Connick Jr., Michael Bublé and Steve Tyrell.
Classical Is Out, Crooners Are In At KNRY
Music then talk radio and now more catechism communications on the once enjoyable KMBY.
A Cannery Row news and talk radio station is being sold to a nonprofit Catholic radio chain.
Radio station KNRY AM 1240 is in the process of being purchased for $400,000 by IHR (Immaculate Heart Radio), according to its president, Douglas M. Sherman.
KNRY is a Class C station broadcasting on 1240 kilohertz, with a 1 kilowatt capacity from its radio tower on Cannery Row.
Catholic Radio Takes Over 1240 AM KNRY