Gold Coast's KCAQ And KOCP Swap Frequencies
July 1, 2016 at 9:29 AM (PT)
GOLD COAST's OXNARD-VENTURA cluster has had a busy morning as Top 40/Rhythmic KCAQ (Q104.7) has swapped frequencies with Rhythmic Oldies KOCP (OLD SCHOOL 95.9).
"We are all very excited about these moves. We have two great brands that happen to be switching their radio addresses and both have strong, full coverage signals," said BRIAN DAVIS, EVP/Chief of Programming Operations for parent company POINT BROADCASTING LLC. “In addition to great brands, we have an incredibly talented group of people that execute and contribute to these stations everyday. The combination of these things will allow us to continue to super-serve, our listeners in the OXNARD/VENTURA Metro, and market area, and have a great time doing it."
In a letter to the stations' advertisers the company’s CFO/Chief Development Officer, MILES SEXTON, explained the reason for the changes: “This format realignment provides us with better options for the expansion or our fast growing “OLD SCHOOL 104.7” Rhythmic Oldies format while still maintaining “Q95.9” as the dominate Rhythmic Top 40 format in the region. It is a strategic move for the growth and maintenance of our loyal listening audiences, and that builds value for you, our advertising clients.”