SAN FRANCISCO -- In an effort to assure the long-term availability of high quality classical music in the Bay Area, the University of Southern California (USC) today announced it has entered into an agreement with Entercom Communications to convert KDFC into a non-commercial classical music station based in San Francisco.
The new KDFC will broadcast over the two non-commercial signals, 90.
As the sole radio station devoted to classical music in the Bay Area, the move to the new signal is intended to preserve the long term availability of KDFC classical programming for the Bay Area.
As 'The Voice' of the Bay Area Arts Community for over 60 years, KDFC reflects the Bay Area's strong identity and world class reputation for the cultural arts.
I am delighted that KUSC will be preserving KDFC as the home of the San Francisco Symphony.