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City Piedmont, California
Broadcast area San Francisco Bay Area
Frequency 1510 kHz
First air date 1947 (as KTIM)
Format Chinese
Power 8,000 Watts day
2,400 watts night
Class B
Transmitter coordinates 37°49′02″N 122°17′10″W / 37.81722°N 122.28611°W / 37.81722; -122.28611Coordinates: 37°49′02″N 122°17′10″W / 37.81722°N 122.28611°W / 37.81722; -122.28611
Former callsigns KTIM (1947-1992)
KTID (1992-1994)
KKHI (1994-1995)
KNOB (1995-1997)
KKHI (1997-1998)
KJQI (1998-2000)
KMZT (2000-2001)
KJQI (2001-2002)
KJAZ (3/2002-8/2002)
KTIM (2002-2003)
KMZT (2003-2005)
KPIG (2005-2010)
Affiliations Independent
Owner Mapleton Communications
(Mapleton License of San Francisco, LLC)

KSFN (1510 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Chinese format. Licensed to Piedmont, California, the station serves the San Francisco Bay Area. The station is currently owned by Mapleton Communications which leases the airtime to Pacific Media International [1]


In 1994, KTID (AM) ended its simulcast of adult contemporary KTID-FM and switched to adult standards from Mt. Wilson FM Broadcasters.[2]

The station was known as KPIG (AM) from 2005 to August 2010.


  1. ^ http://localmusicvibe.com/node/14064
  2. ^ "Newsline". Billboard. 106 (3). January 15, 1994. 

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