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San
Francisco-KCBS 740-AM, Northern California’s
only All News radio station, announced today it has added another distribution
outlet to the growing list of available ways to receive the station’s
content.  Beginning on Monday, Oct. 27 at
7:40AM, PT, the five time national winner of the Edward R. Murrow Award for
Overall Excellence will be heard on 106.9 FM in addition to 740 AM, online at www.kcbs.com and AOL Radio (http://radio.aol.com), as well as via the AOL
Radio application available for download on the iPhone, and a number of
internet radios.  Select segments are also
available for podcast through the station’s website and iTunes.
 

“With this announcement we are ensuring our listeners
will have access to the superior news and information they’ve come to rely on
no matter how they choose to receive audio content,” said Doug Harvill, Senior
Vice President and Market Manager for CBS Radio San Francisco.  “And not only that, having the station on the
FM radio platform will afford us the opportunity to amass even more consumers
of the station.
 

“The benefits of this move are plentiful – from
improved sound quality and ubiquitous distribution, to increased brand exposure.  We’ve always had a great product and we’re
thrilled more people will be able to experience what in excess of one million already
do on a weekly basis.”
 

106.9 FM will continue to utilize the KFRC
call letters.  The current Classic Hits music
heard on 106.9 FM will continue to be broadcast on the station’s HD2 channel
and online at www.kfrc.com.
 

KCBS can trace its lineage as far back as 1909 and
has been credited as the World’s first radio station.  The station first began programming All News
forty years ago and its news reporting is unparalleled for integrity and
recognition.  KCBS
and its staff have won every major national honor for excellence in broadcast
journalism including multiple Edward R. Murrow, Associated Press, RTNDA and Society
of Professional Journalists awards.
 

Additionally, the station was privileged
to receive a Peabody Award and an Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award for its coverage
of the Northern California earthquake in
October 1989.
 

About KCBS-AM and KFRC-FM

KCBS-AM and KFRC-FM are owned and
operated by CBS RADIO, one of the largest major-market radio operators in the United States.  A division of CBS Corporation, CBS RADIO owns
and operates 140 radio stations, the majority of which are in the nation’s top
50 markets.  CBS RADIO also owns and
operates KLLC-FM (Alice@97.3), KMVQ-FM (Movin 99.7), KITS-FM (Live 105), and
KYCY-AM.