One thing listeners will notice right off is the lack of jingles or any other real ‘in-your-face’ production elements. One could suppose that since KHJ had all that up till later in 1977, Ten-Q figured they could just leave all the traditional AM elements to them. After all, KTNQ was a fresh start, in many ways!
Part 2 of this scope is a compilation of two days worth of KTNQ Los Angeles. Its mostly Nancy Plum, but contains a few breaks from Gary Cocker, whose filling in for morning man / Ten-Q Program Director John M. Driscoll, and later, a few minutes that represent at least the first hour of Mr. Driscoll himself… at the end of this recording.