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Senior Entertainment Reporter John Kiesewetter has been covering TV and media issues for 20 years. After joining the Cincinnati Enquirer in 1975 as a summer intern, he worked as a county government and suburban reporter; assistant city editor and suburban editor; and features editor supervising the Life section. He has a B.S. in journalism from Ohio University.

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Friday, September 08, 2006

DJ Princess moving on

And then there were three: Barb Abney, the "DJ Princess" at, has accepted a job as morning music host on on KCMP-FM (89.3), "The Current," a Minnesota Public Radio alternative music station in St. Paul. signs off at 5 p.m. next Friday, Sept. 15, after 26 months as an 'net-only station, due to financial troubles. All four staffers – Bryan Jay Miller, Matt Shiv, Mike Taylor and Abney – plan to sign off the station together.
Abney started at Oxford's WOXY-FM , "The Future of Rock and Roll," in 1994. Two months after the Balough's sold the Oxford station in 2004, the format was relaunched as interet-only
Starting Oct. 3, Abney’s fans can hear her on The Current’s website


at 9/08/2006 7:38 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Since the CW is going to debut soon, I wonder if the Enquirer Sunday TV guide will start carrying listings for all of the local digital stations. Not only should they add the CW, but there are a lot of local PBS digital stations that I like but I can't look up their schedule in the TV guide. The on screen TV guide is ok but cumbersome to use to look ahead more than a couple of hours.

at 9/09/2006 11:43 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i agree with you on the listings the enquirer is lagging behind on tv listings and tw cable is lagging behind on the listings department as well

at 9/09/2006 12:37 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is anyone catching the i-Wireless High School football games on FoxSports Ohio? Dan Hoard!

Now's the time for negotiations with the Cincy Reds, hmmmmm?????

at 9/10/2006 10:15 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dan Hoard will NOT get the Reds gig...and is not even being considered.

The job will go to a former player who can truly add perspective to the game.

Dan Hoard is nothing more than another Steve Stewart, NOT an upgrade.

And the Reds are getting rid of Stewart.

at 9/10/2006 1:13 PM Blogger Rick said...

Anon 10:15AM...
You hit it RIGHT on target!
Dan Hoard, no matter what one thinks of him, is just another set of moving lips to the Reds.
I believe they are looking for some style, some insight, some character...
As you said, the current set of moving lips is being shown the door.
Why would they just bring in another?!
And this is NOT to demean the talents or the skills of either Stewart or Hoard. They are obviously both consummate professionals.
The Reds just need something more than a consummate professional. They need a personality...

at 9/11/2006 8:10 AM Blogger BrianDammit said...

Well whoever they get to replace Stewart is going to have to be able to do play-by-play. I can't see Marty going back to working a full game. The man takes more time off the job than George W. Bush.

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