|City||Red Bluff, California|
|Slogan||Red Bluff's Best Music
|Translator(s)||104.7 K284CL (Red Bluff)|
|First air date||1946|
|Callsign meaning||K Red BLufF|
|Affiliations||America's Best Music
CBS Radio Network (news only)
|Sister stations||KMYC, KOBO, KRAC, KHEX, KIQS|
KBLF (1490 AM, "Radio 1490") is an American radio station based in Red Bluff, California. It is owned by Huth Broadcasting of Marysville, California (also owns KRAC in Red Bluff, KMYC-AM in Marysville and KIQS-AM in Willows) and Cal Hunter serves as the station's managing partner, general manager, main on-air talent, and morning personality. KBLF plays an adult standards/oldies format and is an America's Best Music (Dial Global) and CBS News affiliate.
Cal Hunter, general manager and main on-air talent of KBLF, is a 40-year veteran television and Radio broadcaster. As a journalist, he has interviewed many business leaders, newsmakers and presidents. For his news management he was nominated for three Northern California Emmy Awards. He has also provided play-by-play for the Feather River College Golden Eagles, based in Quincy and is best remembered as the former news director and anchor of ABC affiliate, KRCR-TV Channel 7 in Redding, California.
He is joined with former Red Bluff Mayor Earl Wintle, conservative columnist Don Polson, and owner of Trophy Traditions and West Valley High School head baseball coach and teacher Paul Vietti (formerly of KQMS-AM and KMCA-AM radio, currently of Action Video Entertainment), for the KBLF Morning Show on weekday mornings. He is joined in the mornings with local mortgage broker Bob Martin for "Cal and Bob in the Morning".
Several well-known radio figures spent the early part of their careers at KBLF, including San Francisco radio veteran Carter B. Smith, and Los Angeles radio personality Jeff Serr.
KBLF is also the official flagship station for Red Bluff High School Spartan football with Cal Hunter and John Gentry providing the commentary. 1490 AM at one time aired Spartans basketball play-by-play with the late Lance Fellman on the call.
- KBLF website
- FCC History Cards for KBLF
- Huth Broadcasting website
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- Radio-Locator Information on KBLF
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- Query the FCC's FM station database for K284CL
- Radio-Locator information on K284CL
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