KCAA Radio Moves Main Studio from San Bernardino to Redlands, California
KCAA Radio has moved its main studios from the abandoned Carousel Mall in San Bernardino to new, state of the art facilities located at the Tri-City Center in Redlands, California.
Lundgren added, "The Tri City Center is known as 'The Mall With A Heart' due to its location, its high standards and its ethical business model."
KCAA's new 3,000 square foot media center was formerly the military recruiting headquarters for the Inland Empire, and as such, the studio is fully equipped with state of the art infrastructure including fiber optic internet connectivity at 500 by 500 megs per second.
For the first time, KCAA will have two talk studios and two production suites, so broadcasters will have plenty of time and space to prepare for their shows.
Also, for the first time, KCAA will have the ability to produce multiple shows at one time. This will accommodate "internet only" shows.
KCAA broadcasts on 1050 AM, 102.3 FM and 106.5 FM from three transmitter sites which are strategically located for maximum coverage.
KCAA is also providing studio space to non commercial station KQLH 92.5 LPFM, licensed to Yucaipa, California.
Therefore, a total of four signals are originating from KCAA's new media center.
Lundgren concluded, "We are now in a position to provide a wide variety of audio and video broadcast services to our advertisers and programmers on a la carte basis."
The new studio is located at 1378 Industrial Park Ave. in Redlands, California.
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1378 Industrial Park Ave.
Redlands, CA. 92374
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