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David Caudillo began his radio career in 1991 at the age of 17. David programmed and produced a Hip-Hop radio show called â€śCosmic Cat Radioâ€ť on KTAA 94.3FM in Kerman, CA. In 1992, â€śCosmic Cat Radioâ€ť expanded into â€śJamminâ€™ 94â€ť and aired an Urban format 24/7. David took to the airwaves from 6pm-10pm, and by years end became the stationâ€™s Music Director After several newspaper...
David Caudillo began his radio career in 1991 at the age of 17. David programmed and produced a Hip-Hop radio show called â€śCosmic Cat Radioâ€ť on KTAA 94.3FM in Kerman, CA. In 1992, â€śCosmic Cat Radioâ€ť expanded into â€śJamminâ€™ 94â€ť and aired an Urban format 24/7. David took to the airwaves from 6pm-10pm, and by years end became the stationâ€™s Music Director After several newspaper articles, Teen Tempo, a local section of the Fresno Bee, named David â€śFavorite Radio Personalityâ€ť.
In March 1995 David went to work for KQEQ â€śKickinâ€™1220AMâ€ť in Fresno, CA as a weekend DJ. The small radio station played Motown oldies and only operated 6am-8pm. Three monthâ€™s later David, now 21, was asked to take over as Program Director and morning show host. David, revamped â€śKickinâ€™ 1220â€ť, and put together an eclectic mix of music. Old School and modern R&B, flavored with Rap and Soul Oldies. David put together a high profile promotion stance and made a lot of noise in the Fresno market and was not only recognized in local newspapers, but in national radio trade magazines. In 1996 he was named â€śOutstanding On Air Personality-Radioâ€ť and even won an NAACP Image Award in 1997 for â€śOutstanding Media Person -Radio/Televisionâ€ť At age 23, David was the youngest Image Award recipient
In 1999 David went to work for KKPW â€ś94.3FM The Partyâ€ť, in Fresno. David was the morning show host and later moved off the air, learned other aspects of radio and became the station manager. A format change, in 2002, gave birth to â€śKOKO 94â€ť. Overseeing sales, traffic, accounting and production, at 28, David was named Operations Manager. â€śKOKO 94â€ť was the first radio station to bring Latin Hip Hop & Reggaeton to the Fresno airwaves. After 7 years there, David resigned.
In 2006 David went to work for CBS Radio. David was named Assistant Program Director for KMGV Mega 97.9 and Imaging Director for KFJK 105.9 Jack-FM. He was the air every mid-day 10am-3pm on KMGV and was the local voice for KFJK. In 2007 David won the Peak Broadcasting Pinnacle Award for â€śRookie Employee of the Yearâ€ť.
In 2009 David joined Clear Channel Media & Entertainment, as a traffic reporter and later as the interim News Director for the 8 station cluster. After the launch of Clear Channelâ€™s KFBT 103.7 The Beat, David began working exclusively for the new station, hosting all events and concerts. In 2012 David became KFBTâ€™s first On-Air Personality. His radio show airs Monday-Friday 7am-2pm and Saturdayâ€™s 9a-3pm. He also programs and schedules all music and has been a very recognizable and trusted voice in Fresno radio for over 21 years.