EARLY HISTORY

KHJ went on the air in 1922. It shifted frequencies the lower half of the radio dial like most stations of the day, in response to the growing interference problem standard broadcast stations faced as their numbers grew.      Read More >

 

 

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 "BOSS RADIO"

In April 1965, programming consultant Bill Drake was brought in to craft KHJ's new top-40 format. Drake hired noted program director Ron Jacobs, who had built stations in Hawaii and California to No.  Read More >

 

 

THE END OF AN ERA

The format brought high ratings to the station through the late 1970s until FM radio became the dominant way to broadcast popular music. At 5 pm on September 20th, 1980 during the Bob Shannon Show, "93/KHJ" switched from Top 40 to Country music.


 

FROM ENGLISH-LANGUAGE TO SPANISH-LANGUAGE BROADCASTING

KHJ, in its original English-language form, signed off on January 31, 1986. That evening, regular "Car Radio" evening jock Dave Sebastian Williams was joined in studio by Robert W. Morgan.                 Read More >

 

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