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Broadcast area Los Angeles, California
Branding "Multicultural Broadcasting"
Slogan MultiCultural Broadcasting
Frequency 1300 kHz
Format Chinese
Power 23,000 watts (day)
4,200 watts (night)
Class B
Owner Multicultural Broadcasting
(Multicultural Radio Broadcasting Licensee, LLC)

KAZN (Chinese: AM 1300 中文廣播電台; pinyin: AM 1300 zhōng wén guǎng bō diàn tái) is a 24-hour Mandarin Chinese-language radio station in the Los Angeles area, United States.

KAZN AM 1300 was originally conceived by Dwight Case and George Fritzinger as America's first and only pan-Asian radio station, servicing the Asian communities in Southern California in 1989. In 1991, Pan Asia Broadcasting, Inc purchased the station from its format founders and continued to maintain its pan Asian time brokered programming. At one, KAZN was home to 16 different Asian language programs, including Radio Korea, Radio Saigon, Asahi Radio, et al.

Under the helm of Edward Kim (president and general manager), KAZN established a larger Chinese radio presence in 1993. In 1994, KAZN created America's first and only 24-hour free radio station. Until KAZN was sold to the Multicultural Broadcasting Group in 1998, KAZN maintained its commitment to Chinese radio programming by pioneering partnerships with The Los Angeles Dodgers, The Los Angeles Lakers and The Los Angeles Clippers. Additionally, KAZN hosted the first major Chinese concert at the Universal Amphitheater and partnered with radio stations in Taiwan and China on developing live programming in all three countries.

KAZN came into being in 1989, when it took over the old facilities of Spanish-language KWKW at 1300 AM. At that time, KWKW moved up the dial to 1330 AM, taking over the stronger signal of the former KFAC, which had featured a commercial all-Classical format for decades.

In 1998, KAZN was purchased by Multicultural Broadcasting and began to broadcast simultaneously on the Internet. It is also simulcasting on KAHZ AM 1600 Pomona.

Throughout its history, it has interviewed many famous Chinese from mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.[1][2]


  1. ^ About AM1300 Archived 2010-03-09 at the Wayback Machine. (in Chinese)
  2. ^ Aoki, Guy (September 5, 1988). "All-Asian Radio Set to Debut in November". Los Angeles Times.

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