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Correction o' the day

From Wednesday's Los Angeles Times:

Radio station An article in the Dec. 27 California section about the Christian-focused station KKLA-FM (99.5) described it as a 50,000-watt station. KKLA is licensed for as much as 50,000 watts but broadcasts at 10,500 watts. The article also said the station's previous call letters were KHOE; they were KHOF. In addition, the article gave the surname of Yorba Linda real estate brokers George and Lisa Haines as Raines. Also, the article failed to note that Los Angeles trial lawyer Carol Vallely, a listener who uses her maiden name professionally, is the wife of the Rev. Clay Schmit, who was also quoted.

Other than that, the K. Connie Kang story was right on.


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