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Published on Oct 24, 2007
This commercial is for the legendary rock station, KZAP 98.5 FM in Sacramento. By 1985, it was a corporate shadow of its former self. It held on until 1992 when it changed to a country format, changing call letters to KNCI (Nationwide Communications Inc) then adopting the KRAK letters of the longtime AM country station, then a few years and ownership changes later it sort of went back to where it belonged as it became KRXQ, 98 Rock.
This commercial was actually used for at least one other station; I saw the same one advertising a station in Chicago. I recognized the KLH speakers in this immediately as my dad had a pair which were already quite old then. The guy doing the voiceover at the end was one of the station's DJs, and also did announcements on KOVR channel 13 around the same time.