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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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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Frampton Live on WNKU-FM

Here's one reason to listen to WNKU-FM's spring fund drive: Rocker Peter Frampton will not only play his favorite songs at noon Friday on WNKU-FM (89.7), he'll also autograph 50 copies of his Grammy-winning instrumental album, "Fingerprints," as a pledge premium. The fund-raiser starts Wednesday, and goes through Tuesday March 27. Other premiums include tickets to the station's Over the Rhine concert and to the "Before The Music Dies" documentary.

And if you live in Butler County, or the northern suburbs of Hamilton County, you can now hear WNKU-FM loud and clear 24/7 on FM 94.5. The station signed on a 100-watt repeater station in the Port Union area of West Chester Township to serve the northern 'burbs. The signal reaches from about Glendale-Milford Road north to the don't-call-it-the-Michael-A-Fox-Highway (Ohio 129), and from Hamilton/Pleasant Avenue (US 127) east to the Union Centre/I-75 area. WNKU's 89.7 signal doesn't reach much beyond the Norwood Lateral so it doesn't interfere with WLHS-FM (89.9).


at 3/20/2007 7:10 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Honestly, enough with Peter Frampton. Does anyone care? Because he lives in our city, are we supposed to give a damn about him? Uh, let's get off the Peter Framptom bandwagon... Frankly, he's about as exciting as watching paint dry... Stop acting like some drooling groupies.

at 3/20/2007 11:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon 7:10PM

You obviously cared enough about it to take the time to write a comment about it.

at 3/21/2007 5:02 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know.... I was pretty bored... LOL!

at 3/22/2007 9:02 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Anti-Frampton Anonymous:
Have you ever heard the new Frampton CD? It is very good. I thought his big hits in the 70's were good, not great, but this new CD is a fine effort which deserves listening.

If you've had enough of Peter Frampton, don't buy his CD, and don't listen to WNKU. But leave the rest of us alone, OK? He's a good guy, and I'm happy he decided to live here in Cincinnati. Go watch more paint dry if that floats your boat.

at 4/03/2007 11:21 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Anonymous, I don't live in Cincinnati but if I did I would be a drooling groupie quite frankly! Peter is still totally hot and sexy as far as alot of people are concerned. Just look at his myspace page and feel the love baby. And the talent (whew!). If you knew anything about him you might know that he just recieved a GRAMMY!!! Thats PRETTY exciting if you ask me! So mabye you should just check out his new cd before making assumptions about the man. He has more passion and soul than you'll ever know or you might have recognized that.

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