KSSU-cc - Sacramento, CA

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“Around the Dial Are you Listening,” David Brumfield, The Hornet- First article about KXPR possibly gaining second frequency and former KERS CSUS student radio in the seventies (shut down in 1974- Professor Roger Walter noted as station faculty advisor). KSSU Logo Stationary- Official KSSU (formerly KEDG) stationary with 89.7 FM ... See more frequency and contact information. KEDG was sent a ‘cease and desist’ letter from a commercial radio station using the call sign KEDG. Although there likely would have been no real basis for a legal conflict as KEDG was a non-commercial, college radio station, KEDG management decided to change the call sign to play it safe. After all, we wanted to be around for the future! KSSU begins to stream online at www.kssu.com

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You should listen to KSSU-cc now. It's a Variety station originally from Sacramento, CA, United States.

April 25, 2010, 11:08 a.m. GMT

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