“When I first came to KIRO in 1978, our role was to tell people what happened that day,” says Dave Ross, who hosts the station’s morning drive show from 5 to 9 a.m. and is the unofficial dean of KIRO radio. “Now, everyone knows what happened. It’s on their phone. So what we have to do is help people understand it. We have to basically deliver more than we used to. We have to deliver perspective.” More at SEATTLE WEEKLY
*Though other stations, including KNKX FM, were mentioned as NEWS sources – missing is KOMO Radio 1000/97.7 FM. That station lacks the personality and variety of KIRO or even KNKX FM. Looking for a buyer, Sinclair? How about Family Life Radio [National Ministry Headquarters PO Box 35300, Tucson, AZ 85740, (800) 776-1070] You’re welcome!
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