98.1FM Frequency History
To our younger readers it may seem as if 98.1FM had been playing soft rock forever, however that's not the case. In the twenty years before KUDL's adult contemporary era began, the station employed no less than a handful of formats, including attempts at disco (with the KUDL calls) and progressive rock (as KCJC). Originally, however, 98.1 was the final home of a pioneer FM outlet called Kozy, which went off the air in 1950. In March 2011, Entercom ended KUDL's long-running AC format, turning 98.1FM into a simulcast of news/talk KMBZ-AM.