About the USC Radio Group
USCRG is a non-profit, listener-funded classical media organization. It operates Classical California which includes the most-listened-to network of classical music radio stations in America serving more than 900,000 listeners each week. KUSC, located in downtown Los Angeles, serves communities throughout Southern California and is broadcast on 91.5FM in Los Angeles and Orange County, 88.5FM in Palm Springs, 91.1FM in Thousand Oaks, 93.7FM in Santa Barbara and 99.7FM San Luis Obispo. KDFC, located in downtown San Francisco, serves the Bay area and other communities in Northern California and is broadcast on 90.3FM in San Francisco, 104.9FM in San Jose, 89.9FM in Napa Wine Country, 103.9FM in Monterey and 92.5FM in Ukiah. Listeners can also hear these stations streaming at kusc.org, kdfc.com and on their smartphone apps. Classical California also offers a variety of digital content and community events. More information can be found at classicalcalifornia.org. Classical California’s mission is to make a positive impact on individuals and communities by championing the power of classical music. USC Radio Group is a service of the University of Southern California, one of the leading research universities in the nation, with a respected commitment to classical music, arts, and the community.
We make a positive impact on individuals and communities by championing the power of classical music.
Nurturing the love of classical music for all.
Contact Us: How to get in touch.
Diversity Statement: The University of Southern California is an equal opportunity employer and educator, proudly pluralistic and firmly committed to providing equal opportunity for outstanding men and women of every race, creed and background. More.
Boards: Information on KUSC’s Advisory Board and Board of Councilors.
Annual Report: A look back at the previous year at KUSC.
Audited Financials: Combined financial statements for USC Radio Group.
Local Public Files: FCC public documents.