San Francisco’s 70s Hits is a globally known radio station as it is known as the cultural hub of music. It emerged in the 1960s. It is an excellent house of rock music. It’s AM focuses on pop music and have the sound of 45 RPM. Their main characteristic is roving, which means that ‘style at home.’ They focus on rock and roll music.
History of San Francisco’s 70s Hits:
It is a free internet broadcasting service for all. In the 1960s Chet Helms’s Avalon Ballroom and Bill Graham’s Fillmore start this online radio. A journalist reviewed about this channel is that ‘A core of Haight Ashbury bands played with each other, for each other, for free.’ It makes a new era and room of AOR that is known as ‘Album-oriented radio.’ They promote new people and gives them an opportunity to fulfill their dreams and acknowledge what they have got.
Its competitor is KMVQ-FM that focuses on songs and is branding 99-7 now. Another competitor is KCBS-FM and also known as 93.1 Jack FM. It has a frequency of 93.1 Hz, and its format is adult hits, country; 95.1 K-FROG, CBS sports radio.
Its contact details are:
Official Website: https://www.sf70s.com/