Titel: Radio stations in Missouri
List of radio stations in Missouri, KRMS, KFRU, KSGF, KGNX, KFUO, KPRS, KMYK, KSHE, KLOU, KIRK, KSIS, KCSP, KEZK-FM, KOPN, KQRC-FM, KFTK, KKJO-FM, WARH, KGRC, KIRX, KTUF, KBXR, WDAF-FM, KLUE, WIL-FM, KRRY, KQPW-LP, KLOZ, KJPW, KFNS, KDHX.
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12. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 60 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 58. Chapters: List of radio stations in Missouri, KRMS, KFRU, KSGF, KGNX, KFUO, KPRS, KMYK, KSHE, KLOU, KIRK, KSIS, KCSP, KEZK-FM, KOPN, KQRC-FM, KFTK, KKJO-FM, WARH, KGRC, KIRX, KTUF, KBXR, WDAF-FM, KLUE, WIL-FM, KRRY, KQPW-LP, KLOZ, KJPW, KFNS, KDHX, KXOK, KRES, KCKC, KLJY, KGKS, KADI-FM, KDAA, KSDL, KFEB, KCGQ-FM, KCGR, KFUO-FM, WHHL, KXCV, KYLS-FM, KMJM-FM, KRHW, KZIM, KKLR-FM, KGIR, KMAL, KSIM, KRCU, KSSZ, KPLA, KLSC, KBIY, KVVL, KDRO, KWMO, KBEQ-FM, KMST, KBZI, KQQX, KGBX-FM, KDKD-FM, KZRG, KCJK, KZGM, KHBL-LP, KFEQ, KSLQ-FM, KZJF, KFNS-FM, KAPE, KBXB, KBDZ, KCLR-FM, KGNM, KOQL, KKWK, KCHI-FM, KBOA, KTGR, KCVK, KEZS-FM, KSPQ, KCRV-FM, KALM, KCVY, KGSP, KESM-FM, KFKF-FM, KIGL, KXEO, KGMO, KCVX, KFBD-FM, KDO89, KTJJ, KAHR, KTTN-FM, KKDY, KBMV-FM, KIIK-FM, KCVJ, KNLP, KMXL, KNEM, KJMO, KMAC, KPOW-FM, KRXL, KICK-FM, KLHM-LP, KESY, KNLM, KLTI, KHST, KBTC, KAAN-FM, KCOZ, KTUI, KJAB-FM, KXQX, KBIA, KLWT, KTGR-FM, KCLQ, KCMQ, KYMO, KDEX-FM, KNLN, KWPM, KWWR, KNLQ, KPPL, KOEA, KZZT, KOZO, KDFN, KDJR, KFAL, KWRT, KBHI, KKLL, KRMO, KWXD, KCVZ, KAYQ, KJIR, KWBZ, KWJK, KBTN, KDMO, KSPW, KAOL, KDMC-LP, KFAV, KZZK, KBTN-FM, KXEN, KSYN, KZYM, KCSW-LP, KRVI, KJTR-LP, KCVO-FM, KCHR, KQYX, KDKN, KATI, KSWF, KEXS-FM, KCAH-LP, KBNN, KCVQ, KMFC, WMBH, KKLH, KOSP, KQQZ, KDBB, KOTC, KOMG, KMZU, KTOZ-FM, KJMK, KSGF-FM, KMRF, KIXQ, KHOJ, KSWM, KQRA, KRZK, KHMO, KXDG, KGOZ, KWKZ, KPVR, KCTO, KYRO. Excerpt: The following is a list of full-power, FCC-licensed radio stations in the U.S. state of Missouri which can be sorted by their call signs, frequencies, cities of license, owners, and programming formats. KRMS (1150 AM, "NewsTalk 1150") is a radio station licensed to serve Osage Beach, Missouri, USA. The station, originally established in December 1952, is currently owned by Viper Communications, Inc., and broadcasts news/talk programming to central Missouri. KRMS broadcasts a news/talk/sports format to Osage Beach and the greater Lake of the Ozarks area. Weekday programming includes nationally syndicated talk shows hosted by Rush Limbaugh, Laura Schlessinger, Sean Hannity, and Jim Bohannon. Local weekday programs include Ozarks This Morning with KB, The Morning Magazine with Paul Hannigan, and The 4-1-1 with John Rogger. Overnight programing features Coast to Coast AM with George Noory. This station began regular daytime-only broadcast operations in December 1952 under the ownership of broadcast license holder and station president Robert M. Smith. Broadcasting with 1,000 watts of power on an assigned frequency of 1150 kHz, the new station was assigned the call sign KRMS by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The station's initial staff included general manager was Ed Gardiner, chief engineer Wally Clark, news director Hal Martin, and program director M.T. Gardiner. In 1954, Smith transferred the broadcast license for KRMS to a new company, Central Missouri Broadcasting, of which he was president and majority owner. About a year later, in 1955, KRMS was sold to Lawrence Broadcasters, Inc. This new license holder was run by company president A.P. D'Ambra and general manager Arden Booth. The station was sold again on May 27, 1959, to Central Missouri Broadcasting Company under the co-ownership of James L. Risner and Ella Mae Risner. James Risner also served as the station's general manager, chief engineer, and commercial manager. Ella Mae Risner worked as