SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Story Street
I have always loved anything that involves a good story. Good books, good movies, good theater, and even when I was much younger - good radio plays. Before you get any ideas, I am not ancient thes... Posted on 8/6/12 at 7:00 AM
STAFF BLOG WDAY 970AM January 28, 1952: Al Edwards and the Royal Tones
Service Chevrolet, with 2 Fargo locations, sponsored a quarter hour of music that featured Al Edwards and the Royal Tones. In this program, from January 28, 1952, the new model Chevrolet Sports Cars a... Posted on 5/18/12 at 11:04 AM
STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN New on the airwaves
In case you missed it Jamestown College recently launched KJKR, 88.1 on the FM dial here.
I was skeptical at first about what a JC radio station would sound like, but it only took a few minutes to cha... Posted on 3/26/12 at 9:45 AM
JAMESTOWN COLLEGE NEWS Jamestown College launching radio station KJKR
Tonight marks the launch of KJKR radio 88.1 FM at Jamestown College.
The station will go live at 10 p.m. during a launch party for Jamestown College students hosted by the College's Student Media Cen... Posted on 3/16/12 at 2:46 PM
In his 48 years with radio station KSJB Ole Olson has seen and done a lot. He’s seen thousands of Class B basketball games, remembers in detail the blizzard of ’66 and even helped deliver two babies, all while behind the microphone.
For nearly a quarter century, if a Blue Jay or Jimmie game was on the radio, Mark McKenzie was probably on the call.
The familiar, deep-voiced radio man came to Jamestown from Medina in March of 1988 and has been broadcasting games ever since.
Longtime talk-radio host Scott Hennen is off local airwaves, again, and his exit Monday came faster than he expected.
On his syndicated show on 1100 AM The Flag Monday afternoon, Hennen told listeners his final show on the radio station would be on Friday and said following that, he would enlist the help of former North Dakota Gov. Ed Schafer to decide how to deliver online programming.
By Dave Roepke, Forum Communications Co.
, May 24, 2011
A well-known ag broadcaster who attracted thousands of listeners each day has died.
Lyle Romine, the voice of the American Ag Network who took a leave from the network in May after a cancer diagnosis last fall, died Thursday in his Hickson, N.D., home.
By Heidi Shaffer, Forum Communications Co.
, July 16, 2010
Consolidating the two local radio stations has been a long time coming.
KDLM 1340 AM and KRCQ 102.3 FM are now operating under the same ownership, and instead of competing, the two are now working together.
By Riham Feshir , Forum Communications Co.
, April 15, 2010
“The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not.” — Thomas Jefferson
The average citizen hardly knows what to believe anymore. Due to: the parlous state of professional journalism; the Internet; cable TV “news” networks and talk radio shouters; and the ceaseless din of the right-wing noise machine, the public is daily confronted with make-believe news, doctored quotes, fake history and phony data.
Gene Lyons, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
, April 12, 2010
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