KCRH

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KCRH
City of license Hayward, California
Broadcast area San Francisco Bay Area
Branding KCRH 89.9
Slogan "The East Bay's BEST Variety!"
Frequency 89.9 MHz
First air date 1981
Format Variety
ERP 18 watts
HAAT -41 meters
Class D
Facility ID 61061
Callsign meaning K Chabot Radio Hayward
Owner Chabot College
Website KCRH Online

KCRH (89.9 FM) is a radio station in Hayward, California, serving the Bay Area, primarily the East Bay. The station is owned by Chabot College and operated by students in its Mass Communications department.

Station overview[edit]

KCRH broadcasts has a variety of rock, R&B music, and broadcasts Chabot College's sports games. The station recently relocated from an older room in the former humanities building (Building 900), where the station had been headquartered since it started in 1981, to a new location in the college's main office building (Building 100) in the center of campus as of the fall semester 2007.[citation needed] KCRH is currently streaming live online using Right Now radio, and most of its radio shows are now available for download through that utility. Former personality Manuel Diaz, Jr. was once on-air for 38 straight hours.(June 12-14, 2004)[citation needed] It still remains the Longest on-air shift in station history. KCRH 89.9 FM is currently under Program Director Reid "Big Reid" Alexander.

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Coordinates: 37°38′24″N 122°06′22″W / 37.640°N 122.106°W / 37.640; -122.106