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Broadcast areaModesto-Stockton, California
Frequency95.1 MHz
BrandingKHOP @ 95-1
FormatTop 40 (CHR)
AffiliationsWestwood One
First air date
1979 (as KWLF)
Former call signs
KWLF (1979–1981)
KOKQ (1981–1985)
KDJK (1985–1996)
Call sign meaning
Technical information
Facility ID52528
ERP29,500 watts
HAAT193 meters
WebcastListen live

KHOP (95.1 FM) is a radio station serving the Modesto and Stockton areas. It is under the ownership of Cumulus Media. KHOP refers to itself as KHOP @ 95-1 or All The Hits. Its studios are in Stockton and its transmitter is located northeast of Oakdale, California.

KHOP plays mostly pop music. It was once referred to as "The Pop Music Channel", but has dropped that slogan in favor of "All the Hits." Prior to the switch to a pop music format, KHOP had a rock format focusing mostly on hard rock from the 1970s and '80s. Before being a rock station, KHOP was an alternative music channel and switched in the mid-90s by advertising their own demise prior to the station's format change.[citation needed] This included a live "cable cutting" show shortly before the format change.

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