[JPL] 24/7 Jazz stations in 2006?

Bob Stewart BSTEWAR at kirkwood.edu
Thu Apr 27 17:12:21 EDT 2006

With the exception of a couple of blues shows and a New Age/World program on the weekends, KCCK here in Iowa is jazz 24/7, with live on-air producers from 6am-1am and syndicated programming overnights.

Bob Stewart, KCCK

>>> ghunt at mtsu.edu 04/27/06 09:14AM >>>

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Tom's note just got me thinking:  
How many 24/7 Jazz stations exist today?
We would be one.  

Just wondering?
greg- WMOT-FM, Nashville

Tom Mallison wrote:
"As I remember, after the change at WRTI to night time Jazz they also raised more money than in previous years when they were playing Jazz 24/7."

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