KVEC 920, or you can call it by its brand name “News Talk 920,” is news and talk media broadcaster based in San Luis Obispo, California. The station airs locally on 920 kHz on AM dial. Its programming is also rebroadcasted on 96.5 MHz through its translator. While outside of domestic boundaries, the station is accessible through internet. American General Media is holding the ownership rights of the broadcaster and working hard to grow the channel. The power consumed by the station during daytime is almost 1,000 watts, while its night operations need 500 watts so that you can access the channel at any hour of the day.
KVEC 920 is a commercial broadcaster and ranked as a B-class broadcaster. The station could be an identical platform to advertise your business to a larger audience. It has not only huge domestic audience but also a notable international community as well.
The radio hit the frequency of 1200 kHz when it first went operational in 1937. Valley Electric Company was its first owner, which also become a part of its callsign KVEC. It moved to the frequency of 1230 kHz in March of 1941. And, its current frequency was adopted after two years. Its current owner acquired the channel for $450,000 in May of 2016.