KSSU-cc - AM 1580 - Sacramento, CA

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9/20/91 “Hit and run accident kills KEDG program director, “Michael Piple Jr., The Hornet- Article announces death of KEDG Program Director, D.J. Willis. The death was the result of a hit and run accident that occurred on June 13th, 1991. D.J. was on a scooter, with friend, Sally Rivers. Sally ... See more ivers. Sally suffered a broken leg in the accident. D.J.’s background in radio and TV is profiled as well as his involvement with KEDG. “He knew more than anyone else. He had more experience than anyone here, and he was always willing to help,” KEDG Production Director Mickie Priest said. 9/20/91 “Student radio no longer myth as KEDG hits airwaves,” Michael Piple Jr., The Hornet- Article announces the start of KEDG broadcasting on campus. The station began broadcasting on Tuesday, September 10th, 1991 on 530 AM. The signal could be received in the residence halls, Dining Commons, and the residence halls parking lot. The EDGE (KEDG) broadcasts alternative rock and specialty shows that include hardcore punk, heavy metal, and industrial dance music. “The 26 disc jockeys provide CSUS with radio unavailable anywhere else in Sacramento.” The article goes on to talk about CSUS giving higher priority to KXPR and KXJZ Public Radio and how there is still no on-air student involvement in either. Jim Bolt, Interim Program Director, said “The two university stations don’t offer the right kind of internships to CSUS students.” Sept. ’91 KEDG- The Edge Air Shift Schedule- One of the first on-air schedules for broadcasting from the CSUS Library on the 530 AM band. Shifts were three hours and broadcasting was from 7:45 AM to 11:00 PM weekdays, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Fridays, 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Saturdays, and 1:00 PM to 10:00 PM on Sundays. Disc Jockeys on the schedule include Dave Biondi, Karen Misener, Pat Varney, Dan Reynoso, Jim Bolt, Mickie Priest, Dave Leon, Larry Salizar, Shari Haskel, and Andy Spackman. Fall ’91 KEDG Logo - The EDGE, California State University, Sacramento, KEDG, 530 AM. Jim Bolt originally designed the logo in early 1991. ‘Mike,’ as the screaming head silhouette became known, was the official KEDG mascot and was used in all promotional materials, stationary, t-shirts, and other designs. The KEDG offices were originally in temporary buildings that Peak Adventures used to occupy. These buildings were across the street from the University Union. On-air and production studies for KEDG remained in two rooms in the library. 1991 ABC Club- General roster is about 60+ Associated Broadcasting Club members. 1991 KEDG STATION BY-LAWS 1991- By-laws outline station management structure, roles and responsibilities, and station policies. 1992 KSSU Logo Stationary- Official KSSU (formerly KEDG) stationary with 89.7 FM 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! 2005 KSSU begins to stream online at www.kssu.com

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