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For 88.5 FM in Los Angeles, see KCSN
KSBR
KCSN & KSBR The New 88.5 FM logo.jpg
City Mission Viejo, California
Broadcast area Orange County, California
Branding "The new 88.5 FM" (simulcast)
Slogan "O.C's Smart Rock"
Frequency 88.5 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s) 89.1 MHz K206AA (Laguna Beach, CA)
89.5 MHz K208AM (Newport Beach, CA)
First air date 1975
Format Adult alternative (Public)
HD2: Jazz
HD3: Latin ("The Latin Alternative")
ERP 600 watts
HAAT 183 meters
Class A
Facility ID 58529
Callsign meaning K SaddleBack College Radio
Owner Saddleback Community College
Webcast Listen Live
Listen Live (HD2)
Listen Live (HD3)
Website 885fm.org
ksbr.org (HD2)
latinalt.com(HD3)

KSBR is a non-commercial radio station in Mission Viejo, California, broadcasting to the Orange County, California, area on 88.5 FM. KSBR airs an adult album alternative format branded as "The new 88.5 FM". KSBR is a simulcast to KCSN in Northridge, California.

History

KSBR signed on in 1975 as a Class D, 10-watt student-run station and a limited coverage area of only a few miles from the campus of Saddleback Community College. In 1979, with grants from CPB and NTIA, the signal was upgraded to a Class A, covering most of Orange County and the station signed on as Orange County's first National Public Radio affiliate with a staff of professional and student broadcasters. The program schedule at first employed an eclectic, free-form mix of rock music, drama and locally produced talk shows but, with a growing news and public affairs emphasis and a switch to an all jazz format, the station gained critical recognition and a growing audience.

Budget cuts in 1984 returned KSBR to a student-run operation, most of the professional staff was laid off and the NPR membership was discontinued but the strong emphasis on jazz and public affairs continued.

Since 1989, the station has hosted a fundraiser in May which they call the Birthday Bash. It draws top Jazz talent and has been held at various venues in Orange County over the years.[1]

For years, the station had a What's-playing-now page[2][3] on the web. That contained a list of the previous 6 CDs played (promos were counted as items, as were songs). As of December 2016, that service has been eliminated.

The call letters were previously used by an FM station in San Bruno, California, which operated at 100.5 MHz, from 1947 to 1959.[4] The station was owned and operated by Eitel-McCullough, which moved to San Carlos, California in 1959 and merged with Varian Associates in 1965.

"The New 88.5 FM"

On September 6, 2017, Saddleback College and California State University, Northridge, owner of KCSN, announced the merger of their respective radio stations. The combined operation adopted the branding "The New 88.5 FM".[5] On September 12 at 10 a.m. PDT, the FM and HD1 signals of both stations began simulcasting KCSN’s pre-existing "smart rock" AAA format, while KSBR’s jazz programming would move to their HD2 channels. KCSN’s Latin Alternative relocated to both stations’ HD3 channels.[6]

On March 21, 2018, 88.5 FM announced that former KSWD (100.3 The Sound) radio personality Andy Chanley would host afternoon drive, taking over for Sky Daniels who continued as General Manager and Program Director.[7] Prior to this, Chanley had guest hosted in Daniels’ place for several weeks since January.[8]

Weekend Programming

On weekends, the current schedule[9] breaks from jazz/smooth jazz and airs programs such as The Whole 'Nuther Thing (free form eclectic), Kaleidoscope of Blues, Reggae Showcase, Folk Roots, bluegrass, old-timey, Celtic, The '80s Experience, and Making Your Memories (doo-wop and other music of the late 1950s/early 1960s). The Morning Breeze presents gentle, relaxing music (e.g. Enya) on weekend mornings.

88.5 KSBR Saddleback College logo.jpg

References

  1. ^ "Grammy Winners Join KSBR Jazz Bash Line-Up May 24". 14 May 2009. 
  2. ^ "Now Playing on KSBR". 18 June 2013. Archived from the original on 18 June 2013. 
  3. ^ "Now Playing on KSBR". 14 April 2016. Archived from the original on 14 April 2016. 
  4. ^ "The Boston Radio Archives: FM Licenses as of 1950". bostonradio.org. 
  5. ^ "KCSN-KSBR FM merger aims to create new Southland public radio powerhouse". Los Angeles Times. 2018-09-06. Retrieved 2018-03-22. 
  6. ^ "KCSN & KSBR To Merge To Cover Majority Of Los Angeles Market With AAA". Radio Insight. 2018-09-07. Retrieved 2018-03-22. 
  7. ^ "Andy Chanley Joins KCSN/KSBR Los Angeles For Afternoons". Radio Insight. 2018-03-21. Retrieved 2018-03-22. 
  8. ^ Wagoner, Richard (2018-01-23). "Remembering radio legend Joe Frank and a voice from The Sound returns". Los Angeles Daily News. Retrieved 2018-03-23. 
  9. ^ "KSBR FM 88.5 - KSBR 88.5 FM". ksbr.org. 

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