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  • Previous call letters: KTM
  • Subsequent call letters: KABC

Earle C. Anthony, Packard automobile dealer and owner of KFI and KECA bought KEHE in 1939, got ownership of the 780 kHz spot on the dial and the new Art-Deco building on Vermont Ave. He moved KFI and KECA into the building and took KEHE off the air. KECA was given the 780 kHz spot on the dial, by the FCC, and KEHE was retired. KECA was later sold and became KABC.

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