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Union Gospel Mission is dedicated to “Feeding the hungry, restoring the addict, and loving our neighbor.” 101.9 KINK Program Director, Chris Mays commented on the event, “It’s such a privilege to work at a radio station with such passionate and caring listeners.
We are honored to be a part of bringing hope to thousands of people in the Portland community this holiday season by providing meals for the hungry.” KINK is owned and operated by Alpha Broadcasting, along with 98.7 The Bull, 750 The Game, Live 95.5, FM NEWS 101 KXL and Freedom 970.
They hosted the American Music Awards radio remotes this weekend with 20 stations in a variety of formats from coast to coast.
The radio remotes were at LA Live in Los Angeles leading up to the AMA show.
Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, Alpha Broadcasting is the only locally owned radio group in the Portland metro area, reaching more than one million listeners a week with six stations covering rock, country, pop, news, talk and sports.
BOSTON: School For Blind Gives Hope To Young Jocks [AUDIO] THE MOUTH, NOVEMBER 25TH, 2013 –– Among the hosts on NPR's 90.9 WBUR Boston is DJ Marvelous. His father, Wycliffe, is a managing partner of the Boston Celtics.
And the 21 year-old senior isn’t just listening to music passively anymore. "I’ve been very into radio ever since I was a little girl,” Carolyn Harrington said.
"I don’t want people to worry too much,” Ferguson said.
“I knew from the fifth grade in Detroit that this was what I wanted to do.
I never imagined all the great moments, fun and odd ball surprises that I’d face in my four decades behind the microphone.” Those unexpected experiences included: The TV star that went toe-to-toe with a lady of the evening one morning in our studio and The 25-year old DJ who gets a big surprise from a 70-year old cougar.
His name’s DJ Marvelous — I mean does that say it all?
” PHOTOS/Andrea Shea/WBUR) LISTEN TO AUDIO HERE THE MOUTH, NOVEMBER 25TH, 2013 –– Just in time for the holidays, longtime morning host Mike Morin has released a memoir: "'50 Shades of Radio." Having been buried alive, frozen alive and had his life threatened at gunpoint, he's also hung out with Jay Leno and interviewed Presidents and hundreds of celebrities.