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1965–1973

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1973–1979

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1979–19??

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1995–1996

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1996–1998

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2001–2005

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2005–2007

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2007–2012

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KEGY

2012–present

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On March 29, 2012, CBS Radio announced that at 5:00 PM (PDT) that day, it would flip KSCF to a CHR format with a heavy emphasis on upbeat Rhythmic, Dance and Pop hits targeting Teens and Adults 18–34 years old, as "Energy 103.7". Throughout the rest of the day, 103.7 ran jockless, with liners promoting to listen at that time, and when 5:00 struck, after playing Ke$ha's Blow (which ground to a halt leading into an introductory montage), "Energy" was launched in San Diego, with the first song being Calvin Harris' Feel So Close. CBS also applied for a call letter change to KEGY, which was granted on April 2.


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