Radio station drops Spanish programming

March 29, 2013

on-airKing City’s KC102 radio station has scrubbed its nighttime Spanish-language programs after two decades, and station officials plan to extend news coverage into north San Luis Obispo County.

The station’s signal reaches south to the Cuesta Grade, north to Salinas, and west to Big Sur, and the station’s general manager, Matthew Arnett, said, “We want to increase our news coverage in the Paso Robles area because we think there is a big need in the North County for more good reporting.”

He noted the station received no complaints following cessation of the Spanish-language programming, and now will feature primarily adult contemporary music.



  1. Jorge Estrada says:

    And I just bought a new Accordion with Mexican music instructions, guess I’ll just forget that Mexican Polka Rancheros ( I do like Carlos y Jose). Hank Williams is here to stay, Junior too.

    (2) 8 Total Votes - 5 up - 3 down
  2. r0y says:

    The north county does need “more good reporting” – also, gooder english would be betterer, two.

    (18) 24 Total Votes - 21 up - 3 down

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