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Chronology of call letters KZC

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First station

  • Date: December 9, 1921-February 2, 1922 ( NOTE: United States Department of Commerce Radio Service Bulletin[1] dated April 1, 1922 shows the change of call sign to KOG, which would imply that it took place in March rather than the February 2 date.)
  • Previous call letters: 6XD
  • Frequency:
    • 500 khz (...January 3, 1922...) [concurrently with other listed frequencies, see history page]
    • 833 khz (December 9, 1921-February 2, 1922) [concurrently with other listed frequencies, see history page]
    • 1000 khz (...January 3, 1922...) [concurrently with other listed frequencies, see history page]
  • Location:
  • Owner of license:
    • Western Radio Electric Company (December 9, 1921-February 2, 1922)
  • Subsequent call letters: KOG


Second station

  • Date: April 20, 1922-April 11, 1923
  • Frequency:
    • 833 khz (April 20, 1922-April 11, 1923)
  • Location:
  • Owner of license:
    • Public Market and Market Stores Co. (April 20, 1922-November, 1922)
    • Public Market and Department Stores Co. (...December 1, 1922-April 11, 1923)

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