KNKX debuted new Saturday lineup over the weekend

Two new shows debuted on Saturday at 88.5 KNKX. Evening Jazz host Abe Beeson presents The New Cool, Saturday afternoons from 3 to 5. The show will feature players who have come of age in the 21st century understanding hip hop, punk rock, modern soul and electronic, and have incorporated those styles into their music.
Midday Jazz host Robin Lloyd expands her weekly 15-minute Latin jazz feature, Jazz Caliente to an hour, which will air Saturdays from 5 to 6 p.m.

The new knkx Saturday lineup (as of 11/5/16):

5a-10a: Weekend Edition Saturday

10a-11a: Sound Effect from 88.5 knkx

11a-12n: Snap Judgment

12n-1p: This American Life

1p-2p: Radiolab

2p-3p: Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!

3p-5p: The New Cool

5p-6p: Jazz Caliente

6p-12m: All Blues

A radio station should have:
Promotion
A web page

850 KHHO has neither. The iHeart station is nothing more than another arm of SportsRadio 950 KJR. The lineup for 850 on the KJR website doesn’t even show the call letters for 850 AM.

850am Line Up

Monday – Friday

Midnight-3a Ben Maller Show

3a-6a Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio

6a-9a The Dan Patrick Show

9a-12n The Herd with Colin Cowherd

12n-3p Jay Mohr Sports

3p-6p The Rich Eisen Show

6p-8P JT The Brick

8P-10P The Jason Smith Show

10p-12m Recovery Coast to Coast

Saturday

2:00am-6:00am ET Brian Noe

6:00am-9:00am ET Nick Ashooh

9:00am-1:00pm ET Anthony Gargano & Lincoln Kennedy

1:00pm-3:00pm ET Bobby Bones

7:00pm ET Dave Palet & Jeff Dotseth

7:00pm-10:00pm ET Arnie Spanier

10:00pm-2:00am ET T.J. Rives

Sunday

2:00am-6:00am ET Brian Noe

6:00am-8:00am ET “Raceday on FOX” with Rob D’Amico

8:00am-12:00pm ET Michael Harmon

12:00pm-3:00pm ET Kirk Morrison

3:00pm-7:00pm ET “The Blitz” with Ben Maller & Tomm Looney

7:00pm-10:00pm ET Chris Plank

10:00pm-2:00am ET Arnie Spanier

Not even a logo of any kind for KHHO…

On the CBS Seattle site, at least KFNQ is properly identified.

Does it really matter to anyone but me?

Looks like Christmas is coming a little early to WARM 106.9. The station will run the music tonite while many stations cover the election. You can hear non-stop Christmas music 365 days a year on 98.5 KNBQ [until the station is bought or LMA’d by a Seattle station needing FM coverage].

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