New Classical Station on Monterey Peninsula

Saul Levine does it again!

There is life after KBOQ or KBACH. It’s KYZZ and it’s on the local FM dial, 97.9, as of 5 p.m. Friday… the station had been owned by Buckley Radio and was purchased by Saul Levine for $1.15 million.

The station is being operated by Levine’s Mt. Wilson FM Broadcasters of Los Angeles, which has been running classical station KMZT in Los Angeles for decades and which also provides classical programming on KMZT, or KMOZART, out of Big Sur.

Here’s the link.  I expect we’ll hear more shortly.

About Marty Ronish

Marty Ronish is an independent producer of classical music radio programs. She currently produces the Chicago Symphony Orchestra broadcasts that air 52 weeks a year on more than 400 stations and online at She also produces a radio series called "America's Music Festivals," which presents live music from some of the country's most dynamic festivals. She is a former Fulbright scholar and co-author of a catalogue of Handel's autograph manuscripts.

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