Variety Profiles Saul Levine


The 92-year old California station owner launched KBCA back in 1959 with a classical format. It was changed to jazz in 1979, back to classical in 1990, before finally flipping to Country (as KKGO) in 2007 when Emmis killed off the only country station in the market, KZLA. The Variety story focuses on Levine’s successful radio career, family, his side business (wine) and why he’s never sold out. Read it HERE.


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