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View of a sinking ship in the water. Koit 1931

View of a sinking ship in the water.


View of a sinking ship in the water.


View of a sinking ship in the water. Koit 1931
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KOIT (96.5 MHz FM) is an Adult Contemporary radio station in the San Francisco Bay Area of the United States. Its slogan is "Better Music for a Better Workday". The station's programming was also simulcast for many years on 1260 AM. KSFB, a station carrying Roman Catholic programming, now operates on the latter frequency. KOIT is owned by Entercom Communications which also operates San Francisco radio stations KUFX, KRBQ, KBLX, and KGMZ. The station has studios in the city's SoMa district, and transmits from Sutro Tower in San Francisco, with a power output of 24,000 watts effective radiated power. The signal can be received throughout the Bay Area with relative ease. There is also a booster station in Martinez, California called KOIT-3 that improves the coverage in the Diablo Valley area. Since 2003, KOIT has been playing all holiday music beginning the week before Thanksgiving through Christmas Day, December 25. KOIT is known as "The Bay Area's Official Christmas Music Station." This highly-popular programming significantly increases the station's audience during the holiday season. KOIT broadcasts in HD.[1]

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