1210 KASY is no more. Now, the Auburn radio station houses the Bustos Media AM outlet known as K-M-I-A. The call letters are also used for the Miami International Airport, (but with fewer commercials). From the sound of it, KMIA is running the same programming as KDDS FM 99.3, the syndicated GranD [Big “D” I think that is a play on the word GRANDE. But, I don’t speak the language.] With FCC autorization, KMIA switched transmitter facilities back to the towers on the property just off Highway 167. [Northwest Broadcasters]… and “Vintage” KASY audio. This from early days when KASY was at 1220 on the AM dial.
CBS Radio News is losing a slew of its most seasoned journalists after distributor Westwood One cut its fees, according to the New York Post. Senior correspondents and executives were offered buy-outs in advance of CBS Radio’s imminent spin-out of CBS Corporation, sources said. Among those departing are: Executive Producer Charlie Kaye, with CBS for 34 years; Washington correspondent Barry Bagnato, with the network for 30 years; afternoon anchor Harley Carnes, with CBS for 24 years; and, “CBS World News” anchor Bill Whitney, a 32-year veteran of CBS Radio News.