In the fall of 1975 KJR lost a competitor. KOL, under new ownership, changed call letters and formats. Something rather unique happened. KJR voices were on the 1300 AM inviting KOL listeners to switch to 950 AM. Listen to the KJR spots that ran on KOL’s last day.
KJR Guys on KOL, 1975
Now only KING, AM-1090, remained as Top 40 competition and that battle went on for another five years. (**)
(**) In 1980 KING, AM 1090, gave up on Top 40 and adopt an Adult Contemporary format that last two years. October, 1982, KING went to a news-talk format. October 2004 the station flipped to its current format and changed call letters to KPTK.