KTNT FM Switches to Country, KREN Marches On & What About Bob?

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Victor Stredicke

Author: Victor Stredicke

Former radio columnist for the Seattle Times.

5 thoughts on “KTNT FM Switches to Country, KREN Marches On & What About Bob?

  1. KREN, the worst-run station in the Puget Sound area, followed closely by KAYE…I see KSND had a Capitol Records promoter selecting music.
    Would that be paid programming?

    1. I have read stories on this site about KURB. I guess they now have announced pay to play. I listen to a do wop show on the net on Sunday nights (WATD) and twice they played a pay to play. Not a bad record. At least listeners now know. Maybe that will be a new way to get exposure? It also cracks me up. Country music Monday through Saturday and classical music on Sunday,s.

        1. Is it still illegal if they announce it? “You pay it, we play it. You don’t, we won’t.”

          Let’s see what’s in the mail. From Boot Camp Records, “Spit Shine” by The Expector 8, and lookie, there are eight crisp dollar bills and some white dust. All the boys chipped in. The note reads, “Pleeeze.” Very sweet. We will play this because we are being paid. We are being paid. We are being paid. We are being paid.

          (Apologies to Jimmy Hatlo.)

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