KOZZ-FM (Reno, NV)

Radio
KOZZ-FM is a commercial radio station located in Reno, Nevada, broadcasting on 105.7 FM. KOZZ-FM airs a classic rock music format. The KOZZ call letters signed on with a promotion called "Fire on The Mountain" in spring 1979 when the new 75,000-watt transmitter replaced the old KGLR hardware on McClellan Peak. The KGLR call-signs had stood for "Good Live Radio". The original line-up started with Steve Funk (Production Director) on mid-days from 10 am to 2 pm when the new transmitter was activated, followed by Daniel "D.C." Cook, (Program Director) 3 pm – 7 pm, Chris "ZZ" Davis 7 pm – midnight, Stu Buchanan midnight–6 am and Bruce "BVD" Van Dyke (Music Director)as morning host 6–10 am with sidekick and News Director Don "Mr. Sunshine" Hackstaff, and Joe "Brother Joe" Wolfe, pulling the midnight to 6am shift! The station was a news affiliate of NBC Radio's 'The Source', geared to young adults. Promotion and Public Service Director Jody Detre also played occasional roles on-air. Source

Scope Local
Language English
Country United States of America
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Radio Media Market ? Jackson, MS
Radio Format ? Classic Rock