Monday Melody

Sonny Landreth – “Zydeco Shuffle”

Libtards at KOMO Resist Sinclair Must-Run Policy

Because they hate Trump and the CONSERVATIVE message, Libs at KOMO radio & tv are seething over the ownership rule of daily “must-run” segments. These lean heavily RIGHT and SINCLAIR is a “friend of The Donald.” KOMO folks [Self-important whiners] are pissing all over themselves about having to work for a Right-leaning company — and bitch about corporate policy. I say, brush up your resumes and QUIT. Look for work elsewhere. Grow some balls, back up your pompous attitudes with action and QUIT YOUR JOB. See who will hire you in this environment where corporate policies are “slash and burn.”
100.7 “The Wolf” is actively seeking a replacement for FITZ. Must have a proven track record and at least 5 years broadcast experience. The interesting part of that story is that The Wolf is actively seeking a replacement. Bringing in a syndicated or voice-tracked morning show was my guess. We shall see.

Wednesday with Bob & Ray – Down The Byway

For nearly 45 years Bob and Ray entertained millions of radio listeners and television viewers. Bob and Ray’s long partnership began at Boston radio station WHDH in 1946 when Goulding, after delivering the news on Elliott’s music program, began to stick around and swap anecdotes with the host. Listeners demanded more, however, and the station soon scheduled Matinee with Bob and Ray. It offered offbeat comments on the day’s news, fables about fictitious characters and bogus contest offers.

TODAY, “Down The Byway” in Elk Horn, Kentucky, Farley Gerard interviews a proud printshop owner who prints replicas of United States currency…


Seattle will have at least 2 TV stations owned by SINCLAIR, once this merger takes effect. KOMO 4 and KCPQ 13. The others, Joe TV KZJO and Univision will likely be sold off. Lay-offs should be expected by employees at both KOMO & KCPQ. SINCLAIR runs a lean operation. The motto for employees should be “more work for less.” Other corporate mergers are in the pipeline. The remaining TV channels could flip under new ownership and we might also see some rotation of network affiliations. Lennie the Cabbie says FOX might buy some of their affiliate stations to wrest control from SINCLAIR, which will have a huuuuge number of FOX affiliates in their fold post-merger. Could happen…Radio stations in Seattle and WGN Chicago might be sold off. SINCLAIR’s main focus is obviously on television. [pun intended]

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