California Radio Stations & Top 40

Communication & Multimedia Schools and Radio Stations in California

Links to a list of California Radio Stations, Broadcasting Stations, and Web Radio that maintain an online presence with call frequency, description, location, and format, which includes most public and private FM and AM radio stations in the United States. Also find radio stations airing America Top 40 hits (AT40.) Use this listing of Radios in California for information on local issues, politics, events, celebrations, people and business.

The amount of information available in electronic format varies. Located here a listing of Radio Stations in California that can be found online.

California Top 40 Radio Stations

City Station Freq Time
Apple Valley KZXY-FM 102.3 Su 7a-11a
Bakersfield KLLY-FM 95.3 Su 7a-11a
Chico KQPT-FM 107.5 and 107.9 Su 8a-12p
Eureka KJNY-FM 99.1 Su 12p4p
Los Angeles KIIS-FM 102.7 Su 8a-12p
Monterey KCDU-FM 101.7 Su 8a-12p
Palm Springs KRCK-FM 97.7 Su 2p-6p
Redding KWCA-FM 101.1 Su 10a-2p
Rosamond KVVS-FM 105.5 Su 8a-12p
Sacramento KDND-FM 107.9 Sa 6a-10a;
Su 8p-12a
San Diego KHTS-FM 93.3 Su 7a-11a
San Diego KMYI-FM 94.1 Su 8a-12p
San Francisco KIOI-FM 101.3 Su 8a-12p
San Luis Obispo KWWV-FM 106.1 Sa 8a-12p
Santa Rosa KHTH-FM 101.7 Su 8a-12p
Ventura KFYV -FM 105.5 Sa 10a-2p
Visalia-Tulare-Hanford, CA KCRZ-FM 104.9 Su 8a-12p

Radio Broadcasting Schools in California

Want to be in the dynamic and competitive world of radio? And why not? Radio is fun and there's a certain amount of "celebrity" attached to being on-the-air.

If you're a born conversationalist and like attention. If that sounds like you, a radio broadcasting degree could be the right choice to help you launch an exciting new career in California.

Multiple forms of media, including radio, television and digital media are covered in most undergraduate broadcasting degree programs. Associate's and bachelor's degrees from an California school in radio broadcasting provide students with the skills needed for entry-level jobs in the field. Programs in California schools are designed to teach students theories, methods, and techniques used to plan, produce, and distribute audio programs and messages, and that prepares individuals to function as staff, producers, directors, and managers of radio shows and media organizations. Students often staff on-campus radio stations in addition to completing writing, reporting and media studies. The best programs in radio broadcasting provide students with hands-on experiences that can be used in the job market.

Browse these California communication and multimedia schools for degree options and course curriculum, prerequisites and financial aid information:

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