KFFG

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KFFG
KFOG2006.jpg
City of license Los Altos, California
Broadcast area San Francisco Bay Area
Branding KFOG
Slogan World Class Rock
Frequency 97.7 MHz
First air date October 1, 1960 (as KPGM)
Format Adult album alternative (simulcast of KFOG 104.5 FM)
ERP 4,000 watts
HAAT 125 meters
Class A
Facility ID 58843
Callsign meaning K F FOG
Former callsigns KPGM (1960-1970)
KPEN (1970-1984)
KLZE (1984-1988)
KHQT (1988-1995)
Owner Cumulus Media
Sister stations KGO, KNBR, KSJO, KSAN, KSFO, KTCT
Webcast Listen Live
Listen Live via iHeart
Website kfog.com

KFFG is an FM radio station licensed to Los Altos, California, broadcasting on 97.7 FM MHz. The 97.7 frequency simulcasts the programming of sister station KFOG. Its transmitter is located near Cupertino, California, and studios are located in San Francisco's SoMa district.

The station's format is classified as adult album alternative or Triple-A, an eclectic variety of blues, reggae, folk, pop, and rock music from the mid-1960s to the present, which they call "World Class Rock." Both stations are owned by Cumulus Media.

This station is the simulcast of KFOG 104.5 from Sutro Tower in San Francisco.

History of 97.7 FM[edit]

97.7 FM signed on the air on October 1, 1960 as KPGM. The station picked up the KPEN call letters in 1970 after they were dropped by KIOI in 1968. Call letters were changed to KLZE (Classy FM) in October, 1984.

In January 1988, 97.7 became KHQT (Hot 97.7), with a Rhythmic Top 40 format. They became very popular[citation needed] in the South Bay.

The format continued until August 1995, when the station was sold to Susquehanna Radio and turned into a simulcast of KFOG.

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Coordinates: 37°18′25″N 122°05′46″W / 37.307°N 122.096°W / 37.307; -122.096