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KAVL FOXSports610-106.7 logo.jpg
CityLancaster, California
Broadcast areaAntelope Valley
BrandingFox Sports 610
Slogan"We Are Fox Sports"
Frequency610 kHz
Translator(s)106.7 MHz K294DA (Lancaster, CA)
First air dateOctober 13, 1950
Power4,900 watts (day)
4,000 watts (night)
Facility ID2318
Callsign meaningAntelope Valley Lancaster
Former frequencies1340 kHz (1950-1957)
AffiliationsFox Sports Radio
Premiere Radio Networks
Los Angeles Dodgers Radio Network
Westwood One
OwnerRZ Radio LLC
Sister stationsKTPI, KTPI-FM

KAVL (610 AM, "Fox Sports 610") is a commercial radio station that is licensed to Lancaster, California and serves the Antelope Valley area. The station is owned by RZ Radio LLC and broadcasts a sports radio format as an affiliate of Fox Sports Radio. KAVL has a directional-east 4900-watt signal during the day and a directional-south 4000-watt signal at night. It is the Los Angeles home of the Rich Eisen Show.

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KAVL first signed on September 8, 1950 on 1340 kHz. It moved to 610 kHz in 1957. For many years, KAVL broadcast a sports radio format with the branding "Sports Radio 610".

In September 1998, Antelope Broadcasting sold its three stations — KAVL, KAVS, and KYHT — to Jacor Communications for $4 million.[1] Jacor would be purchased by Clear Channel Communications (now iHeartMedia) the following year. KAVL then began simulcasting KXTA (XTRA Sports 1150) in Los Angeles. For a brief period, KAVL itself was simulcast on KBET (1220 AM) in Santa Clarita.

In 2007, publicly traded Clear Channel announced it was becoming a privately held corporation. As a condition of its approval of the plan, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) required the company to divest 194 stations in markets where it exceeded ownership limits by placing them into a trust until they are sold.[2] In January 2008, Clear Channel transferred KAVL and country music station KTPI-FM to the Aloha Stations Trust.[3] In December 2011, RZ Media LLC, owned by Saul Rosenzweig, purchased KAVL and KTPI-FM from the trust, and KTPI (AM) from Clear Channel directly, for a total of $800,000.[4]

Former logo of KAVL
Former logo of KAVL

Since the Jacor/Clear Channel merger, KAVL's lineup has consisted almost entirely of Fox Sports Radio programming. The station also features radio broadcasts of the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Los Angeles Lakers, and the National Football League (through Westwood One). KAVL is the longest-running Dodgers affiliate in Southern California, having broadcast the Dodgers since 1958.


  1. ^ "Citadel Gets Citywide Coverage In Two Louisiana Towns" (PDF). Radio and Records. September 11, 1998. p. 6. Retrieved May 15, 2018.
  2. ^ "Clear Channel Says Aloha To 194 Stations" (PDF). Radio and Records. June 29, 2007. p. 5. Retrieved May 15, 2018.
  3. ^ Venta, Lance (January 25, 2008). "Clear Channel Spinoff List". RadioInsight. RadioBB Networks. Retrieved May 15, 2018.
  4. ^ "Trio bids Aloha to Clear Channel trust". Radio and Television Business Report. Streamline Publishing Inc. December 16, 2011. Retrieved May 15, 2018.

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