Radio Conference Call: 51+ Years- Dick Pust, Life at a Small Town Radio Station

Auhust 2021 —


1240 KGY personality, Dick Pust, reminisces with Randy Roadz on his years in the radio biz, starting in 1959…




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Author: Randy Roadz

Randy Roadz started Radio at age 16 doing Saturdays at KAPA in Raymond, WA. Hometown Radio. KAPA Raymond, KITI Centralia, KGHO Hoquiam, KEDO/KLYK Longview. KDUX Aberdeen, KBRC Mt. Vernon, KQEU Olympia, KXRO Aberdeen, KKRV Wenatchee, KRXY Olympia, KGY/KGY-FM Olympia KMNT Centralia, KMAS Shelton / Olympia, Program Director / Afternoons, KOHO 101 Wenatchee / Leavenworth - Icicle Broadcasting - Randy is back on Afternoon Drive on KZAL Z Country 94.7 Wenatchee/ Manson. Reach Randy via email randyroadz@aol.com

4 thoughts on “Radio Conference Call: 51+ Years- Dick Pust, Life at a Small Town Radio Station

        1. The call letters KGY no longer exist. And 96.9 is KYYO, not KAYO. “KGY” is the moniker for HD Translator K237FR, licensed to Tumwater, Washington, which serves the Olympia, Washington region. It broadcasts with 220 watts at 95.3 FM, relaying the classic hits programming carried over the HD2 subchannel of KYYO in McCleary. K237FR is a Class D translator, and was first licensed in 2014.

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