KKDA (730 AM) is an American radio station in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
The station is licensed to serve the community of Grand Prairie, Texas, and is owned by Scott Kim and Kimberly Roberts, through licensee SKR Partners LLC.
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After a few years of competing with 1190 KLIF and 1480 KBOX for the Top 40 audience with limited success, the station changed calls to KKSN ("Kissin'") in 1959, evolving into an R&B format over the coming months and taking the new calls KRZY ("Crazy") in 1960. KPCN did well until 1480 KBOX changed from Top 40 to country at the start of 1967, as daytimer KPCN was unable to compete against 24-hour KBOX.
AM 730 took the KKDA calls in January 1969 and initially aired an easy listening format for a little over a year until returning to an R&B format in April 1970. The show was one of the few sports talk shows hosted by black broadcasters. Brown had been talking sports in Dallas, Texas for over 18 years prior to being laid off from the station.
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