KYNO #1 Fresno!

You just got home from school and it’s Channel 30 Fun Time! Or maybe Nancy Allen's Movie Matinee on Channel 24. Don’t forget the BOSS 30's #1 KYNO. If you were sophisticated, you only listened to KFIG on some new airwave called FM. We honor the late great Al Radka here at Lost Fresno whose motto was Lettuce Eat it!
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Re: KYNO #1 Fresno!

Post by galactustrilogy » Tue Aug 14, 2018 1:53 pm

As the yearbook photographer at McLane, I shot this 1973 photo for the advertisements that ran in the back of the book. Wish I'd shot more of the interior! Includes DJ Mike Novac.
1973 KYNO-McLane High yearbook advertisement-1.jpg


Re: KYNO #1 Fresno!

Post by doclohman » Sat Sep 08, 2018 10:54 pm

RE: Frank Terry was the DJ who did the drum-a-thon.

Yep, I was there. I saw Frank Terry drumming away.

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Re: KYNO #1 Fresno!

Post by Lost Fresno » Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:21 am

The KYNO surveys are so classic. When I see one from the time that I was listening to KYNO every minute that I could, it sends me back to that very time. This survey is form December features JOSE FELICIANO in 1970. What a great year in Fresno that was!
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Re: KYNO #1 Fresno!

Post by Fleetcomm » Mon Apr 08, 2019 7:17 pm

Wasn’t KIRV 1510 active in the late 60’s for a few months? I had my grandfather’s 1938 Zenith radio (3’ tall) in my bedroom and I could get stations from L.A. to Stockton on good nights

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Re: KYNO #1 Fresno!

Post by 21-50 over » Mon Jun 17, 2019 4:27 pm

KIRV was pop, rock and album cuts back then. Studio was on Blackstone Ave. just north of Mckinley Ave.

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