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  1. KDNA Three Years Inhttps://www.stlmediahistory.org/index.php/radio/radio-articles/260-kdna-three-years-in

    KDNA has been broadcasting to St. Louis for over three years now at 102.5 FM. In this period of time the station has broadcast talk, and interviews, and strange and wonderful musics - the types of programs which, because of their diversity (or...

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  2. KDNA Sold!https://www.stlmediahistory.org/index.php/radio/radio-articles/331-kdna-sold

    KDNA, "free speech radio," the only place in St. Louis where you could hear decent jazz, live local musicians, unreleased tapes of Firesign Theatre, and one of the few, struggling listener-supported-no-commercials stations in the country, has been sold...

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  3. KDNA 102.5 mHzhttps://www.stlmediahistory.org/index.php/radio/radio-articles/17-kdna-102-5-mhz

    The grand experiment that was KDNA in the 1960s appears to be part entrepreneurial, part pie-in-the-sky and part fun. It didn’t work, mainly because voluntary donations from listeners couldn’t overcome the station’s red ink. Ostensibly the brain child...

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  4. KDNA-FM - Listener Supported Radiohttps://www.stlmediahistory.org/index.php/radio/radio-articles/321-kdna-fm-listener-supported-radio

    is your favorite tunes, or if you would like to take a breather from commercials, you might want to check out radio station KDNA-FM at 102.5 on the FM dial. KDNA is a non-commercial, listener supported station that plays just about every kind of music...

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  5. The Story Of Gabrielhttps://www.stlmediahistory.org/index.php/radio/radio-articles/193-the-story-of-gabriel

    The 3 B’s So…How did I ever stumble across Gabriel and his program? In the summer of 1971 commercial radio station (sic) KDNA-FM, 102.5, was in its 3rd or 4th year on the air in St. Louis. It was classified as a listener-supported station. It existed on...

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  6. Lansman, Jeremy https://www.stlmediahistory.org/index.php/halls-of-fame/radio-hof/506-jeremy-lansman

    the community, forms of expression, and ideas, than is common in mass media. Staffed by volunteer announcers and producers, KDNA became a platform for unusual music, serious news, as well as a platform for political expression from John Birchers to...

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  7. Location, Location, Locationhttps://www.stlmediahistory.org/index.php/radio/radio-articles/185-location-location-location

    the Warwick Hotel at 1428 Locust. Private homes have also housed radio studios here. The market’s renowned public station, KDNA, broadcast from an old home at 4285 Olive in what was then Gaslight Square. KSHE began in the basement of its owner’s home in...

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  8. We All Live In A Yellow Submarinehttps://www.stlmediahistory.org/index.php/radio/radio-articles/261-we-all-live-in-a-yellow-submarine

    has two people living in it; some of them have three. People sleep at different times because of working off hours at KDNA. Lots of times folks will be working all night fixing electronic equipment or making tapes when it is a little quieter at the...

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  9. Gabrielhttps://www.stlmediahistory.org/index.php/halls-of-fame/radio-hof/569-gabriel

    the late 1950s until 1969. Then it was on to a year-long Sunday night stint on the market’s most eclectic radio station, KDNA, which was supported solely by listener contributions. He left the market briefly from 1973-1976, returning to a job at WESL....

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  10. Ragtime Pianohttps://www.stlmediahistory.org/index.php/radio/radio-articles/259-ragtime-piano

    On March 7 [1972], KDNA began a series of lour-long programs each Tuesday evening from eight to nine on the heritage of ragtime piano. The program is being organized and presented by Mr. Trebor Tichenor of St. Louis. Mr. Tichenor plays piano with the...

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  11. McHenry, Johnhttps://www.stlmediahistory.org/index.php/halls-of-fame/radio-hof/610-john-mchenry

    John McHenry - 2016 John McHenry cut his teeth on the blues by listening to KATZ, KWLW, KADI, and later, KDNA. He played drums in the Soulard Blues Band for several years, but it was his friend (and co-host) Dennis Clancy who finally persuaded him to...

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