‘Hometown Radio,’ A Three-Decade Tradition In SLO


SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIF. — Like many News/Talk radio stations, syndicated programming takes up a lot of the lineup for an American General Media-owned property serving a picturesque slice of California’s Central Coast. There’s Markley Van Camp & Robbins in Rush Limbaugh’s former 9am-Noon slot. From Noon to 3pm is Dave Ramsey.

In drive-time, local hosts known across the region can be heard. Andy Morris has the First Look before he takes middays at the Country-formatted FM sister in the station group. From 3-7pm, Hometown Radio takes to the air.

It’s been on KVEC-AM, in recent years sporting an FM translator, for 30 years, leading to new recognition for host Dave Congalton.

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