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KOCP
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CityOxnard, California
Broadcast areaOxnard/Ventura, California
Santa Barbara, California
Los Angeles, California
BrandingOld School 104.7
Slogan"Your Old School Station" (General)
"Jammin' the 805's Old School" (Secondary)
Frequency104.7 MHz
Translator(s)98.3 K252FK Culver City, California
First air date1972; 47 years ago (1972) (as KEWE at 95.9)
FormatRhythmic oldies
ERP18,000 watts
HAAT252 meters (827 ft)
ClassB
Facility ID70563
Callsign meaningK OCtoPus (previous classic rock format), Organising the Community Programme
Former callsignsKEWE (1972-1977)
KGAB (1977-1982)
KZTR (1982-1991)
KELF (1991-1995)
Former frequencies95.9 MHz (1972-2016)
OwnerGold Coast Broadcasting
(Point Four Ltd.)
Sister stationsKCAQ, KFYV, KKZZ, KOSJ, KQAV, KQIE, KVTA, KWIE, KXFM
WebcastListen Live
Websiteoldschool1047.com

KOCP (104.7 MHz, "Old School 104.7") is a commercial FM radio station licensed to Oxnard, California, broadcasting to the Oxnard-Ventura, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara, California areas. The station airs a rhythmic oldies music format and is owned by Gold Coast Broadcasting LLC. KOCP is rebroadcast on FM translator K252FK in Culver City, California at 98.3 MHz. It is partially simulcast on sister station KQIE in Redlands, California, also at 104.7 MHz.

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History

Early years

KEWE began broadcasting on the 95.9 MHz frequency on 15 August 1972 with an automated soft rock format.[1] Five years later, the station changed its call sign to KGAB and flipped to an album-oriented rock format known as "B96". In 1982, KGAB adopted the call letters KZTR[2] and an adult contemporary format known as "K-Star". The station flipped to classic rock in 1987 with the branding "96ZTR".[3]

In September 1988, Gold Coast Communications Corp. sold KZTR and AM sister station KCZN to Golden Bear Broadcasting Inc. for $1,967,500. This amount is comparable to the sum of the two stations' previous individual purchase prices in 1985 and 1986, respectively.[4] Three years later, on 10 July 1991, the station changed its call letters to KELF to reflect its new regional Mexican music format branded "El Elefante".[2][5]

On 21 October 1994, Gold Coast Broadcasting (not to be confused with the aforementioned Gold Coast Communications) purchased KELF and KKZZ from Golden Bear Broadcasting for $1.2 million.[6] The following February, the station adopted the KOCP call letters[2] and launched a classic rock format known as "95.9 The Octopus". On 25 August 2010, KOCP flipped to classic hits, identifying as "Rewind 95.9".[7]

Old School 95.9 and Old School 104.7

On 29 August 2014, KOCP adopted a rhythmic oldies format with the branding "Old School 95.9".[8]

On 1 July 2016, KOCP swapped frequencies with sister station KCAQ, transferring from 95.9 to 104.7 FM. This move brought the rhythmic oldies back to Los Angeles for the first time due to KHHT's flip to urban contemporary in February 2015.[9] With the frequency switch, KOCP became known as "Old School 104.7".

KOCP is partially simulcast in the Inland Empire on sister station KQIE, which also broadcasts at 104.7 MHz. On 6 October 2017, KOCP began streaming online.

Transmission notes

In the San Gabriel Valley, low-power FM station KQEV-LP in Walnut is squeezed in between KOCP and KQIE's signal contours to cover its own signal contour, causing a small gap in transmission between each station.

References

  1. ^ "Directory of AM and FM Stations in the United States and Canada" (PDF). Broadcasting Yearbook. Broadcasting Publications Inc. 1975. p. C-16. Retrieved 5 May 2018.
  2. ^ a b c "Call Sign History: KCAQ". Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved 5 May 2018.
  3. ^ "Segues" (PDF). Radio and Records. 20 March 1987. p. 69. Retrieved 15 June 2018.
  4. ^ "Golden Bear Dips Into Gold Coast Honey Pot For $2.9 Mil" (PDF). Radio and Records. 23 September 1988. p. 8. Retrieved 31 May 2018.
  5. ^ Ross, Sean; Rosen, Craig; Stark, Phyllis (6 July 1991). "Stern Finally A Done Deal At KLSX; Driscoll Out At Q102; NBN Drops News" (PDF). Billboard. p. 13. Retrieved 31 May 2018.
  6. ^ "Changing Hands" (PDF). Broadcasting & Cable. Cahners Publishing Co. 14 November 1994. p. 65. Retrieved 31 May 2018.
  7. ^ Venta, Lance (26 August 2010). "More Rewinds Coming in Ventura & Virgiñia?". RadioInsight. RadioBB Networks. Retrieved 31 May 2018.
  8. ^ Venta, Lance (31 August 2014). "KOCP Flips to Old School". RadioInsight. RadioBB Networks. Retrieved 20 December 2017.
  9. ^ Venta, Lance (30 June 2016). "Gold Coast's KCAQ & KOCP To Swap Frequencies". RadioInsight. RadioBB Networks. Retrieved 20 December 2017.

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