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Tuesday, August 5, 2008

KDHX Has a New Program Schedule

Posted By on Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 1:35 PM

KDHX (88.1 FM) has a new program schedule beginning Monday, August 11. (Full disclosure: I program a show that now airs every Monday night at 8 p.m.)

Click here for more information; click here to download a PDF of the new schedule. Some of the notable changes after the jump.

*Morning and afternoon drive are expanded to 3 hours.

*Weekdays start at 5:00 am with a rock strip, followed by three-hour drive shows from 7-10 am with a general Roots/Rhythm/Rock orientation.

*Mid-morning (10-12 am) is Roots/Americana/Rock moving to more straight-ahead rock in the afternoon (12-2 pm).

*The afternoon (2-4 pm) strip will move more to Rock/Funk/R&B.

*The evening Blues block expands to just under three hours from 4-6:50 pm.

*Evenings (8-10 pm) is indie rock.

*Overnights are stripped vertically by genre/affinity. Monday-Punk; Tuesday-Jam & Reggae; Wednesday-Dance & Electronic; Thursday-Hard Rock & Metal; Friday-Hip Hop & Reggae.

*Saturday starts with Americana/Country/Bluegrass and moves to World in the afternoon/evening followed by Jam & Reggae overnight.

*Sunday starts with Americana/Bluegrass/Folk and the afternoon is devoted to the educational shows, rounding out the week with Blues & Jazz. Sunday shows are presented in a 90-minute format.

-- Annie Zaleski

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