Striker Leaves Kiss For Bob
March 23, 2009 at 2:16 PM (PT)
CLEAR CHANNEL Top 40/Mainstream KBKS 106.1 KISS FM)/SEATTLE weekender TED "STRIKER" PETERSON exits after four years, right before the station's ownership is transferred to CLEAR CHANNEL. However, he won't be totally out of work, as he is playing in increasing role at FALLS RADIO Adult Hits KWFB (BOB-FM)/WICHITA FALLS, TX.
"The station ... ended the network feed and went on the air locally on DEC. 26th," STRIKER told ALL ACCESS. "We now fully originate the programming ourselves, with shared responsibility for imaging and promos, and daily music logs scheduled by me from home in SEATTLE. A brand new website from TRITON MEDIA launches in about four weeks."
STRIKER has put the call out for record service. "While the station is a Gold-based BOB format, we do play currents like a Hot AC," he said. "So, we could use Top 40 and Hot AC service to: KWFB, 719 Scott St., Ste, 1009, WICHITA FALLS, TX 76301.