1. Jess R. Hernandez says

    One of the more sadder moments in L.A. radio history. The station did not become “92.3 The Beat” until March `90. For the first six months, it was “Rock With a Beat,” and a strange mixture of Top 40, oldies, and AOR. Comedian Paul Rodriguez was it’s morning DJ. But when the ratings got even worse, they fired many of DJ’s, including Paul, and went full urban. I have the full last hour of KFAC, the first half hour of the heartbeats with music snippets of their format, and the debut of the new station at noon the next day.

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