KMPS Format Change Imminent?

Entercom took control of the CBS Radio stations in Seattle and immediately flipped 94.1 KMPS to All-Christmas music. Most observers see this as meaning a format change will happen after the holiday.
There are many stations to keep an eye on. Format changes could happen at 102.9 (iHeart) and 104.9 (iHeart) as these stations will be sold off.
Also, watch what happens at KJAQ 96.5 (iHeart), or 102.5 KZOK (iHeart).
Anything is possible!
Some radio station websites are now being moved to new addresses.
Deanna Lee, jock at KMPS, denies the rumors: Hey 941Family, please listen to me and not the fake rumors people are spreading about KMPS. ❤️The only thing coming to an end is our #CBSRadioFamily. This group of radio veterans made my life at CBS a delight every single day! We worked hard together, won together, and loved each other! Many of the people… will go to work for iHeartMedia. So I will not have the pleasure of seeing them daily. The CBS/Entercom merger will leave some … looking for new opportunities, and all of them are highly skilled and are valuable assets to anyone who is lucky enough to hire them. As for the #941 on air staff, promotions, and production crew, we are moving to Entercom. We are all still here. None of us lost our jobs. We weren’t fired. So please take a breathe, and let me share that KMPS will always be Country! We are just shaking things up a bit with Christmas music. 🎄 After the holidays, we will have a KMPS that you will recognize and love!

Little Orphan Archie Broadcasting From The Late Night Lounge – Episode 4

The Little Orphan Archie/Late Night Lounge program ran for 54 episodes on 40+ terrestrial and Internet radio stations in 2005-2006. The music was jazz, blues, swing, country, pop and easy listening, spanning about an 80 year period. The programs contained audio from artists like Bob & Ray, George Burns, Laurel & Hardy and our in-house news authority, Lennie the Cabbie.
In Episode 4 Lennie the Cabbie goes Deep with Donna Summer, we enjoy a ragtime ditty from Doodles Weaver & Spike Jones’ Orchestra, George Burns explains his friendship with Jack Benny, Arthur Godfrey tells a tale of family shame, it’s a virtual Beach Blanket Bingo with Connie Francis and Bobby Rydell, a Rumble breaks out and the anniversary of 9/11 is observed.

Little Orphan Archie Broadcasting From The Late Night Lounge – Episode 3

The Little Orphan Archie/Late Night Lounge program ran for 54 episodes on 40+ terrestrial and Internet radio stations in 2005-2006. The music was jazz, blues, swing, country, pop and easy listening, spanning about an 80 year period. The programs contained audio from artists like Bob & Ray, George Burns, Laurel & Hardy and our in-house news authority, Lennie the Cabbie.
Episode 3 was broadcast during an Arizona monsoon storm, some of which can be heard in the background during announcements. Highlights include Louis Armstrong (with a song from “Porgy & Bess”) Oh Bess, Oh Where’s My Bess?, Hope & Crosby sing a Top 10 tune with Judy Garland, Jim Backus & his wife Henny (Henrietta Kaye) get seriously sloshed, Grampa Edwards visits Just Fancy Bill at the barbershop, we stop down to Smokey Joe’s Cafe, the English Congregation crowds into the studio and Billy Eckstine croons a tune in the smokey Late Night Lounge.

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