KCSN/Los Angeles Announces Plans For A Remote Studio and Performance Venue
July 21, 2015 at 3:05 PM (PT)
When the SAN FERNANDO VALLEY’s newest street-retail destination, THE VILLAGE AT WESTFIELD TOPANGA IN WOODLAND HILLS, opens this fall, it will feature an on-site radio studio and performance event venue for CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, NORTHRIDGE Triple A KCSN/LOS ANGELES. It opens in the fall of 2015.
“KCSN is excited to have been chosen by the VILLAGE AT WESTFIELD TOPANGA as its curator of popular music and entertainment,” said GM/PD SKY DANIELS. “We know that WESTFIELD has already attracted some of L.A.’s most iconic retail brands to the VILLAGE, and we are honored to be part of that mix.”
The station’s remote studio and performance venue at the VILLAGE will broadcast live daily with a programming slate that includes “Mornings with NIC HARCOURT” every weekday, LES PERRY’s “Saturday with The Beatles” and JIM NELSON’s “Music Mix,” which also airs on SATURDAYS, as well as LISA FINNIE’s “Dylan Hour” and “Masters of Song,” and PAT BAKER’s “Tangled Roots,” which air on SUNDAYS.
“88.5 KCSN is SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA’s premier music public radio station, as well as L.A.’s ultimate tastemaker when it comes to the music scene,” said LARRY GREEN, WESTFIELD’s SVP/Development. “This partnership not only will provide the opportunity for WESTFIELD’s visitors to engage with their favorite DJs and artists, but allows them to become part of the music experience itself.”