Friday, January 25, 2013
KMOX will hold tryouts for an on-air position starting tonight at J. Bucks in Clayton.
Have you always wanted to be a sports reporter covering the St. Louis Cardinals? Here's your chance. KMOX is holding auditions to find a sports correspondent to report from Jupiter, FL this March. According to KMOX, the sports correspondent will have the opportunity to conduct interviews with players and coaches, report back on KMOX and be featured on the station's web site. See our story on the 2012 auditions. Kevin Wheeler, host of the Dave Sinclair Ford Sports Open Line, will be broadcasting live from each of the audition locations. Auditions will take place from 6-9 p.m. at J. Buck’son the following days: The Audition Process Contestants will read a 60 second sportscast written by KMOX staff. Each contestant will be recorded on video…
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Jon Meacham, author of “Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power,” will be visiting the St. Louis Central Library for a free Fontbonne University/KMOX Book Club event on Dec. 6.
Monday, July 30, 2012
The live event features the two Democratic candidates for 1st District U.S. representative.
Friday, July 27, 2012
Both men are seeking to become the Democratic Party's candidate for 1st District U.S. Representative.
The first live debate between Democratic candidates Russ Carnahan and William Lacy Clay will air Monday on KMOX 1120 AM, a news release from the radio station states. The two are opponents in the Aug. 7 primary for 1st District U.S. Representative. “This race has turned contentious and the public needs to hear some straight answers," stated radio personality Charlie Brennan, who will moderate the event from 10 to 11 a.m. as part of The Charlie Brennan Show. Brennan is a Clayton resident. The candidates will get one minute to answer each question posed to them. If one candidate mentions his opponent during an answer, his opponent will get 30 seconds to respond. More recent 2012 election stories on Patch:
Sunday, June 24, 2012
The land on which the high-rise sits is being targeted for another use, KMOX 1120 AM reported.
It's possible the World Trade Center building in Clayton will come down as courts construction begins, KMOX 1120 AM reported. Quoting from the KMOX article: "That land would then be converted into a staging ground for construction of the new family courts building next door." Read about the structural issues facing the current building in the complete KMOX article. More about the World Trade Center on Patch:
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Clayton Farmer's Market manager Deborah Henderson is scheduled to discuss St. Louis County Department of Health fees Wednesday on the radio with the talk show host.
The manager of the Clayton Farmer's Market will discuss St. Louis County vendor permitting fees during a radio program planned Wednesday. Deborah Henderson is scheduled to appear with talk show host Charlie Brennan starting at 10:20 a.m. Wednesday on KMOX 1120 AM, she wrote in an email. Listeners will be able to call in during the interview, which is expected to run until about 10:45 a.m. Henderson began petitioning the St. Louis County Council this spring in an effort to change the way fees are assessed to vendors by the St. Louis County Department of Health. Officials have said legislation on the issue likely will be introduced this year but that changes won't take effect until the 2012 farmers market season. Also on Clayton-Richmond …