Radio Station Information
City of License:
Santa Monica Community College District
KCRU is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Oxnard, CA and is part of the Oxnard-Ventura, CA radio market. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.
Station Coverage Map
Nearby Radio StationsB-95.1, KKZZ 1520 AM, KOXC 107.9 FM, KJBU 99.1 FM, KOCC 101.5 FM, 92.7 Air 1, KCLU 88.3 FM, KIND 94.1 FM, KVTA 1590 AM, Radio Lazer 102.9 FM
Listener Comments and Reviews
Hello, my name is SiDerek Ross, member of the National Alliance of Gospel Music Professionals (Gospel Music Workshop of America). I am currently seeking an opportunity to host a gospel music radio show (maybe 30 minutes to a hour weekly.) I hope we can sit down and discuss this soon.
557 Siene River Way
Oxnard, CA 93036
By: SiDerek Ross on September 13, 2018
What are your advertising rates for a 15-30 second radio commercial==I need to promote a HOLLYWOOD MOVIE about my dog and I need to know your advertising rates. I may have to send my VOICE from a LOCAL radio station in VIRGINIA
By: Mark Milam on February 22, 2019
Good evening the people from KCRU 89.1, how are you? This is Stony Sos from Stony Films Ent. LLC. We wanted to reach out to you about our next release. I'm returning with my latest release named "Light Up' after opening up for Philly's very own Beanie Sigel at the Norva in Norfolk, Virginia. My previous song named "FYE" reached 50k streams on soundcloud, below you will be able to find the link so you can see for yourself. I also wanted to take the time out to tell you a little about myself and the single you will be able to find below as well.
By: Stony Sos on March 15, 2020
Hello staff at KCRU. I enjoy listening to your station frequently.
I am a Clinical psychologist in Oxnard who has been in practice in Ventura County for 40 years. One of my specialities is Stress Related Disorders.
My associate, Dr. Whillma Quenicka, and I are putting together a series of presentations addressing the psychological reactions and difficulties that we face as a result of the Coronavirus. This includes topics as as: Being aware of our physical, emotional and social reactions; Common symptoms; Normalizing our reactions; Dealing with Anxiety; Dealing with Fear; Dealing with Depression; Helping your child deal with his/her thoughts & feelings.
We would like to make this information available to the community at large by presenting it on one of the local radio stations. Is this something in which your station may have an interest?
Let us know and we can arrange to discuss the idea further.
Have a good day and keep washing those hands! Thanks, Dr. Jim Cole
P.S. Want to know more about me? Check out our website at: jcolepsychservices.com.
By: Dr. James Cole on May 13, 2020
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