Gold Coast Broadcasting will swap frequencies for its Rhythmic Oldies “Old School 95.9” KOCP Camarillo and Rhythmic CHR “Q104.7” KCAQ Oxnard in the Oxnard/Ventura market on Friday, July 1 at 7:00am. The move is all about the adjacent Los Angeles market as the move is to allow KOCP’s programming to rimshot the city filling the void for Rhythmic Oldies created by the flip of “Hot 92.3” KHHT to Urban “Real 92.3” KRRL in February 2015. 104.7’s signal covers much of Los Angeles proper with a booster in the San Fernando Valley and a translator CP on 98.3 that will cover the westside including Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. Much of its programming is duplicated on “Old School 104.7” KQIE Redlands serving the Inland Empire. T...[Read More]
Gold Coast Broadcasting flipped Classic Hits “Rewind 95.9” KOCP Camarillo/Oxnard/Santa Barbara to Rhythmic Oldies “Old School 95.9” on Friday, August 29. The new format flanks market leading sister Rhythmic CHR “Q104.7” KCAQ Oxnard. KOCP had dropped to a 1.0 share in the Oxnard/Ventura Spring 2014 Nielsen Audio ratings. The move comes just two weeks after Cumulus flipped competing “Classic Hits 106.3” KRRF Oak View to Country “106.3 Nash Icon“.