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Monthly Archives: April 2017

KSL NewsRadio: Radio You Can See

Radio You Can See
The next "big idea" for KSL NewsRadio isn't audio. It's video. KSL NewsRadio's investment in enhancing the radio experience includes multi-camera radio studios, digital content producers and a library of content available either podcast on-demand or through a livestream, via web, mobile apps and OTT boxes like Apple TV and Roku. Radio You Can See "Radio you can see" has become a major part...

KSL To Host Utah Gives Back Service Event

SALT LAKE CITY- KSL Newsradio (102.7 FM 1160 AM) has partnered with SelectHealth to host Utah Gives Back, an on-air initiative celebrating Utah businesses, non-profits and individuals who make a difference in the community. As part of this initiative, listeners alongside station employees, including Brian Martin, Amanda Dickson, Doug Wright and others will be volunteering at Oasis Community Garden (2445...

KSL NewsRadio Announces New Fictional Podcast Called ‘Hosts of Eden’

Hosts Of Eden
"Hosts of Eden" is a fictional podcast, written and performed by Jay Mcfarland. This 11-part science-fiction serial follows Dr. Marian Turner, a psychiatrist treating a patient who claims the President is trapped inside his body. It sounds crazy – except Johnny just knows too much. "Hosts of Eden" creator, Jay McFarland, is the host of "The JayMac News Show" which airs weekdays 12:30 – 3:00 p.m. in Salt Lake City's KSL NewsRadio.

Emergency Essentials Creates Shakeout Camp for Utah Earthquake Survival Education

Emergency Essentials Shakeout Camp
Emergency Essentials has set up a complete earthquake survival camp in South Jordan. The Shakeout Camp has been constructed to help educate Utahans of the necessary planning to help them and their families survive earthquakes

KSL’s Doug Wright to Host 6th Annual ‘Ride To Light Up Eureka’

SALT LAKE CITY, UT – On Saturday April 22nd KSL NewsRadio will host the 6th annual “Ride to Light Up Eureka.” The ride departs at 10:30 a.m., and is a partnership between KSL, Burt Brothers Tire & Service, and Intermountain Harley Davidson. The first ride was in 2011. When Doug Wright learned the small Utah city of Eureka was struggling...