Q101 unveils Mancow-free morning cast
August 31, 2006
BY MIKE THOMAS Staff Reporter
Ever since Mancow Muller left the local FM airwaves in mid-July, there's been a Turd-less void in radioland.
Come Sept. 18, it'll finally be filled.
WKQX-FM (101.1) announced that Mondays through Fridays from 5:30 to 10 a.m. it will air something akin to an aural version of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show."
A locally written, produced and hosted blend of current events and pop culture (produced by Q101 vets Ned Spindle and Jim Lynam), this as-yet-unnamed venture promises to be, says the station, "the morning show for a new generation."
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