Reno Media Group is moving its Variety Hits “Bob-FM” format and KZTQ call letters to 1270 KSGG Sparks/96.1 K241AK Reno on Monday, March 26. 1270 and 96.1’s are currently Liberal Talk “The Buzz“. Its former KBZZ call letters were moved to Classic Hip-Hop “Power 92.5” 1230 KSGG/92.5 K223AL Reno. No word yet if any of the other stations or translators will be moved. KZTQ was operated via LMA from Flinn Broadcasting, which has changed 93.7’s call letters to KPGF. The company used to use similar WPGF call letters in Memphis for its AAA “The Pig” format.
Reno Media Group Sports “CBS Sports Radio 96.1” 1270 KBZZ Sparks/96.1 K241AK Reno NV flipped to a mostly Liberal Talk lineup as “96.1 & 1270 The Buzz“. The new station lineup will feature: 3-6am – Bill Press 6-9am – Jonathan Brandmeier 9-11am – Sister “103.7 The River” KODS morning host Panama 11am-2pm – Thom Hartmann 2-3pm – Leslie Marshall 3-6pm – Alan Colmes 6-8pm – Norman Goldman 8-10pm – Panama Rewind 10pm-12am – Stephanie Miller 12-3am – Leslie Marshall KBZZ will continue as the Reno affiliate for the San Francisco Giants and San Francisco 49ers. The station is describing its new lineup on its website as: Hear from prominent figures that shape policy affecting all of us in Northern Ne...[Read More]
Americom Broadcasting’s “1270 The Buzz” KBZZ/96.1 K241AK Reno is the newest affiliate of CBS Sports Radio. The station will retain its simulcast of CBS’ “CBS Sports 1140” KHTK Sacramento’s Don Geronimo Show in mornings from 6-10am and local host Panama from 12pm to 3pm. The rest of the lineup will feature CBS Sports Radio programming in place of the syndicated Jerry Doyle, Nick & Artie, and Phil Hendrie.
Americom Talk “1270 The Buzz” KBZZ Reno will add an FM signal via 96.1 K241AK on Thursday, March 15. The translator was been granted a CP in January to improve its coverage in Reno. The translator will increase in power from 70 to 250 watts while moving its tower to Sun Valley just north of town. KBZZ carries 1140 KHTK Sacramento’s Don Geronimo in mornings. Local hosts Panama and Todd & Trey fill middays while the rest of the lineup features the syndicated Michael Savage, Jerry Doyle, and Brian & The Judge.