Tuesday, October 20, 2009

More on the KFUO sale

Although there's been no breaking news over the last few days regarding the proposed sale of radio station KFUO (99.1 FM), St. Louis Post-Dispatch classical music critic Sarah Bryan Miller has continued to dig and explore various aspects of the story via a series of posts on the paper's Culture Club blog.

Local jazz fans have an interest in the sale because in addition to being St. Louis' only classical music station, KFUO also is home to Don Wolff's long-running program "I Love Jazz," which airs on Friday nights. For those of you who are following the story, rather than attempting to summarize everything Miller has reported on, let's just link to all the related posts from the last several days:

KFUO/LCMS: Another precinct heard from with "Steadfast Lutherans"

KFUO poll results! Plus: somebody does the math on the Joy FM deal, and finds it wanting

KFUO/LCMS: An intriguing proposal from a St. Louis businessman

KFUO/LCMS: An editorial in the Jewish Light

KFUO/LCMS: Last chance to vote in the Culture Club poll

KFUO/LCMS: “An appeal to the Board of Directors”

KFUO/LCMS: The petition to the LCMS board of directors

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