Broadcasters, including television, radio, cable operators, satellite television and satellite broadcast radio will transmit emergency alert messages.
Area radio stations monitor emergency broadcast from a variety of sources including the L.A. County Emergency Alert System, NOAA Weather Radio, California Law Enforcement Radio and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Radio.
Go to community meetings. Talk to your neighbors about their plans and encourage them to plan with you. Agree to help each other prepare to leave when authorities announce plans to evacuate endangered residents.
|Call Letters||Dial Location||City|
|KFI||640 AM||Los Angeles|
|KNX||1070 AM||Los Angeles|
|KFWB||980 AM||Los Angeles|
|KROQ||106.7 FM||Los Angeles|
|KHTS||1220 AM||Santa Clarita|
|KRLA||870 AM||Los Angeles|
|KCBS||93.1 FM||Los Angeles|
|KABC||790 AM||Los Angeles|
|KAVL||610 AM||Antelope Valley|