KOST 103.5 FM The "Inside" Story A Video Tour from 1989
It's back to the 80's for this Mark and Kim hosted video written and produced by then KOST Program Director Jhani Kaye. This video gives listeners an inside look at how radio works. Originally distributed for free by Warehouse Music. KOST 103.5 has won all the major radio awards for programming and personalities in it's 30 year history.
Published by Mark Wallengren on YouTube.
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