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KVEC
City of license San Luis Obispo, California
Branding "News Talk 920"
Frequency 920 kHz
First air date 1937
Format News/Talk
Power 1,000 watts (day)
500 watts (night)
Class B
Transmitter coordinates 35°17′58″N 120°40′24″W / 35.29944°N 120.67333°W / 35.29944; -120.67333Coordinates: 35°17′58″N 120°40′24″W / 35.29944°N 120.67333°W / 35.29944; -120.67333
Affiliations Citadel Broadcasting, Fox News Radio, Premiere Radio Networks
Owner El Dorado Broadcasters
Sister stations KSLY-FM, KSTT-FM, KURQ
Webcast Listen live
Website www.920kvec.com

KVEC 920 AM is a radio station located in San Luis Obispo on the Central Coast of California in the United States. The station airs a variety of nationally syndicated talk show programs in addition to shows such as that of Dave Congalton. The station was a former affiliate of NBC Radio until the 1960s and later the Mutual Broadcasting System in the 1980s. It changed affiliations to CBS radio by the 1990s, then ABC Radio and most recently KVEC became affiliated with Fox News Radio.

KVEC was owned by Clear Channel Communications. Recently the station was sold to El Dorado Broadcasters LLC of Victorville.

KVEC was the first radio station in San Luis Obispo dating back to May, 1937. Its initials came from the original owners' business, Valley Electric Company.

The station serves all of San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara areas.

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