Basic Radio Station Information
KRLA 870 AM
City of License:
Los Angeles, CA
Salem Communications (New Inspiration Broadcasting Company)
KRLA is an AM radio station broadcasting at 870 KHz. The station is licensed to Glendale, CA and is part of the Los Angeles, CA radio market. The station airs news/talk programming and goes by the name "AM 870 The Answer" on the air. KRLA is owned by Salem Communications.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Los Angeles, CA
Listener Comments and Reviews
I am a very loyal long-term listener, especially to Dennis Prager as far back as his Religion on the Line days on KABC. I have also been listening to the morning show with Ben Shapiro and Brian Whitman, and Ellissa (last name forgotten). But I must tell you, I cannot continue to listen to that show. I don't mind a foolish lefty like Whitman, but his constant attempts to interrupt everyone else, and constantly blocking attempts to respond to his comments because he isn't smart enough to get his point across without hogging the time has driven me away. If you must have some balance on that show, I get it, but please replace Whitman with a competent on-air personality.
By: Douglas C. Miller on May 5, 2016
Ben Shapiro is a mess. Low energy. Sad!
By: Pete on May 5, 2016
Westlake High School Graduation Special Needs Discrimination
We would like to enlist your help for children with special needs.
We are incensed that Westlake High School has chosen not to recognize the students in the LEAP PROGRAM (Learning Essential Academic Program) at Graduation on June 9, 2016.
Leap Program student, Warren Litberg wrote a speech that was highly praised by the Committee selecting the students for graduation.
He was informed that he could only read his speech to the student body assembly days before graduation. So, why not at the Graduation Ceremonies?
The graduation speeches should be a representation not only of the brightest students but rather a representation of the total student body.
Westlake High School has an outstanding Leap Program. Warren is a perfect example of how much he has grown due to the program and the excellent teaching staff.
Children with special needs and the learning challenged should be equally represented; their voices should be heard, after all, this is 2016!
Stacey & Matthew Litberg,
By: Stacey Litberg on May 25, 2016
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