City Oxnard, California
Broadcast area Oxnard-Ventura-Santa Barbara-Los Angeles, California
Branding Old School 1047

Southern California's Old School (General)

Jammin' The 805's Old School (Secondary)
Frequency 104.7 MHz
First air date 1972 (as KEWE at 95.9)
Format Rhythmic oldies
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 444 metres
Class B1
Facility ID 70563
Callsign meaning K OCtoPus (previous format - The Octopus)
Former callsigns KEWE (1972-1977)
KGAB (1977-1982)
KZTR (1982-1991)
KELF (1991-1995)
Former frequencies 95.9 MHz (1972-2016)
Owner Gold Coast Broadcasting Ltd.
Sister stations KCAQ, KFYV, KQAV, KQIE, KWIE, KKZZ
Website oldschool1047.com

KOCP (104.7 FM, Old School 104.7) is a commercial radio station located in Oxnard, California, broadcasting to the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, Oxnard-Ventura & Santa Barbara, California area. KOCP plays a Rhythmic oldies music format. It is owned by Gold Coast Broadcasting Ltd. The station is a partial simulcast of sister station Old School 104.7 KQIE in Redlands, California.


The station went on the air as KEWE with an automated soft rock format in 1972. Five years later, it adopted the call letters KGAB as album rock station "B96" before changing to adult contemporary in 1982 as KZTR (K-Star). It kept the KZTR call letters as "96ZTR" when it went classic rock in 1987, then went Spanish language for four years in the early 1990s as KELF ("El Elefante"). In 1995, they changed their call letters to KOCP and aired a classic rock format branded as "The Octopus'. On August 25, 2010, KOCP changed their format to classic hits branded as "Rewind 95.9". On August 29, 2014, KOCP flipped to rhythmic oldies as Old School 95.9.

On July 1, 2016, the station swapped frequencies with sister station KCAQ, transferring from 95.9 FM to 104.7 FM, thus giving part of the Los Angeles metro a rhythmic oldies station again in the wake of KHHT flipping to urban in February 2015.

Coordinates: 34°20′55″N 119°20′16″W / 34.3486°N 119.3379°W / 34.3486; -119.3379

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