Rogers says a new KISS 104.9 (CKKS-FM-2) Vancouver morning show will be announced in the coming weeks following last week’s departure of Randi Chase, Susie Hill, and Andrew Sosa. In the interim, Ara Andonian moves from afternoons to mornings, with DJ Trouble sliding into afternoons. Weekend talent Kelsey Lehman will hold down the 8-11 p.m. slot. The shake-up follows the station’s parting of the ways with Kid Carson back in January of this year. He had hosted mornings since September 2012.
slowhand wrote:Too bad they didn't keep the CFUN call letters. Then we could all dream that Rogers might use the new CRTC ruling that lets FM stations play only 30% Canadian stuff if they did not venture more than rarely into the eighties. And stick with the era prior.
Just today I took a peek into the kitchen of a local eatery and there were the two thirty-something cooks tuned like usual to an all sixties music channel with a strong leaning to R&B. Oldies don't just appeal to pensioners.
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