) is a news/talk
formatted radio station
in Northern California
. The station can be heard in Butte County, California
, and parts of Tehama County
, Glenn County
, and Colusa County
. The station's transmitter power is 5,000 watts
and is located in Chico, California
. The station is owned by Deer Creek Broadcasting, LLC. KPAY became a radio affiliate of FOX News Radio
in 2006. Anthony Watts (blogger)
has been the chief meteorologist for KPAY-AM, a Fox News affiliate based in Chico, California since 2004. Inclusion of KPAY SPORTS App (http://www.kpaysports.com
) covering north valley sports, including Chico State Wildcat Athletics (baseball, basketball), Butte Community College Football, and Chico Heat baseball. Hosted exclusively by Mike Baca.
In October 1949, KXOC-AM began broadcasting. In February 1953, KXOC-AM changed its call sign to KPAY-AM. In July 1994, the KPAY building was destroyed by fire. The station was originally located on 1060 kHz, but moved to 1290 kHz, which had been vacated by KHSL-AM.
Coordinates: 39°42′38″N 121°47′16″W / 39.71056°N 121.78778°W
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