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It could be key country KKEE.
Good move. I sure wish Portland had a Classic Country station.
Astoria can get sports from KIRO, KJR, KXTG, so they really didn’t need a sports station of their own.
What Portland and Seattle (since this is a Seattle thread) could use are stations that play 60’s through today. 50 years of Rock, more variety and less same songs every day. Of course, I would like that type of station to have some personalities as well, like KISN-FM used to have, and not like K-103 and Oldies 106.7 don’t have now.
Smoochie…I don’t care about the ratings, have you listened to it? Wasted on 25 year old Barbie dolls.
Portland was ahead of it’s time with “The Game”. Too bad they are wasting 95.5 on the “Live” format.
“LARS LARSON has a larger than life persona in SEATTLE and we are already getting positive listener response to the move.”
Then why don’t they carry him live?
When I visited Vancouver Island this past spring, I was receiving KKOV and KRPI at night but KKOV was the winner in signal strength.
I still can’t believe they would allow for a 50 kW station on 1520 so close to 1520 in Portland. Heck I remember hearing KYXI in Everett during the day in the winter months quite clearly. And nighttime was never a problem.
I listened through about 4 songs and a commercial and never did hear him say anything. typical Clear Channel station, when they do hire talent they don’t let them say anything.
I wonder if the pirate is still on 101.1 in Olympia? Guess I’ll find out in a couple of days as I’ll be passing through there on my way to Vancouver Island.
Maybe somebody will buy KMCQ and move it back to The Dalles where it belongs.
Craig, how interesting. Yes, I would be interested in the addresses.
I wonder how long it will be before KRKO gets a dual ID: KRKO Everett/Seattle? With their new 50kW signal, I’m surprised it hasn’t happened already.
“PDX already has an FM oldies station – Seattle doesn’t.”
KJR-FM is an oldies station. Classic Hits and Oldies are pretty much the same thing.August 20, 2009 at 3:57 am in reply to: Oregon & SW Washington Original Call Letter Meanings List #220
I always guessed that KLOG was K-LOnGview even though it is Kelso.