FANDOM


  • Date: December 9, 1921-April 3, 1949
  • Previous call letters: See note below.
  • Frequency:
    • 500 khz (...January 3, 1922...) [concurrently with other listed frequencies, see history page]
    • 833 khz (December 9, 1921-June 30, 1924...) [concurrently with other listed frequencies, see history page]
    • 1000 khz (...January 3, 1922...) [concurrently with other listed frequencies, see history page]
    • 619 kHz (...April 2, 1923...) {{Concurrent|833}
    • 1250 khz (...March 1925...)
    • 1330 khz (...June 30, 1925-December 5, 1925)
    • 1300 khz (December 5, 1925-June 30, 1926...)
    • 1010 khz (...June 30, 1927-March 29, 1941)
    • 740 kHz (March 29, 1941...)
  • Location:
  • Owner of license:
    • Charles D. Herrold (December 9, 1921-May 1925)
    • First Baptist Church (May 1925-June 30, 1928...) ( Note: A history of the station[1] states that the First Baptist Church sold the station to Fred J. Hart on January 15, 1926. The same site, however, later indicates that the station was sold by the church to Hart on March 31, 1930.)
  • Subsequent call letters: KCBS


Note: Herrold had had several amateur experimental licenses with call signs 6XE, 6XF, and 6XG. It is not certain which should actually be considered the predecessor station to KQW.

References

  1. The History of KQW and KCBS San Jose/San Francisco by John F. Schneider

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