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Author Topic: Legendary radio host believes local content will be the key to KDUNís success?  (Read 796 times)

Offline ThaDood

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Neat story! And, rare today.   (Thank you again Boomer for the FWR of this!)    https://www.radioworld.com/news-and-business/news-makers/delilah-revels-in-rediscovering-her-roots

Oh yeah... Here's the station's site,               https://www.kdunradio.com/
« Last Edit: November 20, 2021, 1903 UTC by ThaDood »
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I worked with Delilah at KUGN in Eugene, only her second radio job, doing (among other things) production of her voicetracks for KUGN's "mellow" FM. Aside from being a stellar talent, she's a genuinely nice person. I wish her much success at KDUN.
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Offline Treehouse SWL

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My college roommates hailed from Reedsport, and then I lived near there in my first job, so I have affection for the town and KDUN. I hope the station thrives now.

While most of its 50 kW daytime signal is aimed at the ocean, it's been very audible within the first hour or so after sunrise up here in Seattle's northeast suburbs during recent weeks. And, yes, lots of local hosts and content during those morning hours.
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