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Wednesday, March 10, 2010
1410 AM KQV (King of the Quaker Valley) has been a News station in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for almost 35 years. Their history dates back to 8ZAE, an amateur station which signed on in 1919. KQV became officially licensed three years later. The AM 1410 signal was a hugely successful Top 40 station from the late 1950s, through the entire 1960s and lasting until 1975 when they switched to News. One of KQV's DJs in the 1970s was "Jeff Christie," better known today as Rush Limbaugh.