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City Manteca, California
Broadcast area Northern California
Slogan Strong in the Word
Frequency 770 kHz (also on HD Radio)
Format religious radio
Power 50,000 watts day
4,100 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 34587
Transmitter coordinates 37°47′51″N 120°53′1″W / 37.79750°N 120.88361°W / 37.79750; -120.88361Coordinates: 37°47′51″N 120°53′1″W / 37.79750°N 120.88361°W / 37.79750; -120.88361
Callsign meaning Crawford Broadcasting Company
Owner Crawford Broadcasting Company
(Kiertron, Inc.)
Webcast Listen Live
Website 770kcbc.com

KCBC (770 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a religious radio format. Licensed to Manteca, California, United States, it serves Northern and Central California. The station is currently owned by Crawford Broadcasting Company and licensed to subsidiary Kiertron, Inc.[1]

KCBC was formerly KPLA and was News/Talk from 1991 until 1993. Former home to Conservative Talk show Host Geoff Metcalf.

The station's powerful 50,000 watt daytime signal originating near Modesto covers Stockton and Sacramento to the north, and San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose to the west, as well as the Salinas-Monterey and Santa Cruz area.

Live programming includes "The Bottom Line" from 3 to 5pm weekdays, a faith and freedom current events show with Roger Marsh.


  1. ^ "KCBC Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2010-07-19. 

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