|Broadcast area||Victor Valley|
|Branding||CBS Sports Radio 910|
|Slogan||High Desert Sports Radio|
|First air date||1990 (as KHSP)|
|Power||700 watts (day)
500 watts (night)
|Callsign meaning||Alludes to the KRAcK of a baseball bat; also recycling of call sign by CBS Radio (was on current KHTK Sacramento)|
|Affiliations||CBS Sports Radio|
(CBS Radio Stations Inc.)
|Sister stations||K-FROG 95.1, The Route 103, K-FROG 92.9
part of CBS Corp. cluster with Los Angeles-based TV stations KCBS & KCAL
|Website||KRAK Home page|
KRAK (910 kHz, "CBS Sports Radio 910") is a commercial AM radio station licensed to Hesperia, California, and broadcasting to the Victor Valley, California, area. It is owned by CBS Radio and airs a sports radio format with programming from the co-owned CBS Sports Radio Network. KRAK's offices and studios are on Hesperia Road in Hesperia. The station's transmitter is located near Mesa Linda Street in Oak Hills. KRAK carries the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim during the baseball season.
KRAK-AM originally signed on in 1990 carrying a smooth jazz format. The call letters were borrowed from a legendary 50,000 watt Country music station in Sacramento which is owned by CBS and today is 1140 KHTK. On July 31, 2008, CBS Radio announced plans to sell its mid-size and small market stations (including KRAK) to focus more on major market clusters. However, such a sale was never consummated.
On November 15, 2011 KRAK changed its format to sports, branded as "910 ESPN". The previous ESPN Radio affiliate in the region, 103.1 KVFG, began stunting with Christmas music, then switched to classic rock.
In September 2012, KRAK began a transition to CBS Sports Radio with hourly updates. It left ESPN and began 24-hour broadcasts of CBS Sports Radio on January 2, 2013.
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