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    A name the team contest was held by the Oakland Tribune, Snoopy Oakland Raiders Face Mask- LIMITED EDTION and the winner was announced April 4, 1960 as the Oakland Señors. After a few days of being the butt of local jokes , the fledgling team changed the team’s name nine days later to the Oakland Raiders, which had finished third in the naming contest. The original team colors were black, gold and white. The now-familiar team emblem of a pirate wearing a football helmet was created, reportedly a rendition of actor Randolph Scott.

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    Oakland Raiders games were broadcast locally on KNBC , with Bud Foster handling play-by-play and Mel Venter providing color analysis. Foster the Voice of the California Golden Bears, had a long career in radio, 1945–1955 as the Voice of the Oakland Oaks of the defunct Pacific Coast League; Foster was the first 1946–49, 1951–53, Voice of the San Francisco 49ers. After the 1962 season, Foster would only call CAL football until his retirement. Raider games, 1963–65 were heard on KDIA 1410 AM, with Bob Blum and Dan Galvin. In 1966. KGO Radio 810 signed a contract with the Oakland Raiders. Bill King was hired for the play-by-play and Scotty Stirling was color commentator.

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