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Additional features include traffic and weather together, sports updates, and "Bloomberg Moneywatch" business reports.
KCBS Cover Story airs weekly as an extended look at a major issue in the news, while In Depth is a weekly long-form interview program.
KCBS operates with a transmitter output of 50,000 watts, and during the daytime can be regularly received as far north as Sacramento and Hopland and south as far as San Luis Obispo.
In good conditions it is also heard as far north as Redding and south to Santa Maria.
KCBS, 740 AM, is an all-news radio station located in San Francisco, California, which serves as the West Coast flagship station for the CBS Radio Network.
It is owned by Entercom, who took over after its merger with CBS Radio, and shares its Battery Street studios with CBS owned-and-operated television station KPIX-TV (channel 5). Its programming is simulcast on co-owned FM station KFRC-FM (106.9) plus that station's HD1 digital sub-channel.
In addition, all civilian radio stations were ordered to be dismantled, so for the duration of the conflict Herrold left the airwaves.
This wartime government ban on civilian stations was lifted effective October 1, 1919, and in early 1921 Herrold was reissued an Experimental license, again with the call sign 6XF.
After limited success with an approach that used "high-frequency" sparks, he later began using a version of an "arc-transmitter" originally developed by Valdemar Poulsen.KCBS also simulcasts a seven-minute block of the CBS Evening News east coast feed live on weekdays, allowing listeners to hear the program's top stories two hours before the newscast airs on KPIX-TV.The station hosts special segments each weekday with CBS News technology analysts Larry Magid and Brian Cooley, San Francisco Chronicle columnist Phil Matier, and longtime food and wine editor Narsai David.After the war Herrold needed to become familiar with vacuum-tube equipment before he could return to the air.Although some of his co-workers later reported that he resumed regular broadcasts as early as 1919, the oldest documented report of his resumption of broadcasting, presumably over 6XF, dates to early May 1921, with the announcement that the school was inaugurating a Monday and Thursday night schedule consisting of records supplied by "J. Kerwin of 84 East Santa Clara street, dealer in phonographs".KCBS will often feature live interviews with call-in guest experts, to briefly discuss a specific story, topic or subject; the edited comments are replayed as part of featured news stories throughout the remainder of the day.On weekday mornings, the morning anchor team consists of longtime anchor Stan Bunger, Matt Bigler (who usually anchors from the San Jose news bureau) and Susan Leigh Taylor.Greb's "The Golden Anniversary of Broadcasting" was published in the Journal of Broadcasting.On January 1, 1909, Herrold opened the Herrold College of Wireless and Engineering, located in the Garden City Bank Building at 50 West San Fernando Street in San Jose.During the war impressive strides had been made in vacuum-tube transmitter and receiver design, and Herrold's arc-transmitters were no longer commercially competitive.In 1920 a number of radio stations in the San Francisco Bay area, employing vacuum-tube transmitters, began making regular entertainment broadcasts, most prominently the "California Theater" station, 6XC, set up by Lee de Forest, which began daily service around April 1920.