KPEN 97.7, Los Altos
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Circa 1979

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A print advertisement, dating from around 1979, in which Los Altos' KPEN (97.7 FM) attempts to define the variety of music that it broadcasts a triangulation of Adult Contemporary, Easy Rock and Jazz.

No relation to James Gabbert's original KPEN (which morphed into K-101), this version of KPEN was quartered at the Old Mill shopping center in Mountain View. It later became KFFG, the Southbay sister station to San Francisco's latter-day KFOG.

SOURCE: Len Shapiro Collection.

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