Kim Larson on AM730

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Kim Larson on AM730

Postby MonteVideo » Mon Aug 14, 2017 11:50 am

What a pleasure to hear Kim Larsen reporting for AM 730 today. Articulate, warm and doesn't slur over the calls. Also had great, well presented info. Makes you realise what you settle for on a daily basis when you finally hear a pro.
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Re: Kim Larson on AM730

Postby Tom Jeffries » Mon Aug 14, 2017 2:00 pm

Kim was my go to guy, for years....he is a great fellow and total pro.
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Re: Kim Larson on AM730

Postby PicturesForYourEars » Mon Aug 14, 2017 2:25 pm

I must be wrong but I am pretty sure I heard Kim doing the 6am traffic on CISL radio THIS morning.
Possible?
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Re: Kim Larson on AM730

Postby jon » Mon Aug 14, 2017 9:36 pm

PicturesForYourEars wrote:I must be wrong but I am pretty sure I heard Kim doing the 6am traffic on CISL radio THIS morning.
Possible?

I understand that Vancouver is like Edmonton, with all traffic reports done by the "airborne traffic" companies. Although each company's announcers are usually assigned to only one station or cluster (stations owned by the same company), announcer absences are covered by the traffic company's announcers for other stations, occasionally even the traffic company's announcer for another cluster.

I would not expect station announcers to substitute during shifts assigned to the airborne traffic companies because that would mean the traffic company would lose the revenue from the embedded commercials.
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Re: Kim Larson on AM730

Postby kal » Mon Aug 14, 2017 10:51 pm

Kim Larsson (note the spelling) is terrific when it comes to traffic reports. Very similar to the late Bruce Williams. Yes, I too regularly hear him on 650 and other outlets. I presume he works for CTS, Canadian Traffic Services.
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