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The Birth of a Radio Show

Honey, get the video camera ready!

Proud parents Jared and Austin (a purely heterosexual relationship, we promise!) will be watching their baby take it’s first steps tomorrow in the early afternoon.

However, this baby wouldn’t be where it is at without you guys. Our readers who have commented and have supported us thus far are like the teachers, bus drivers, ice cream men, Sunday school teachers, friendly hobos on the street corner, and other people around town who help raise your children.

This couldn’t have been done without you.

So once again, THANK YOU!

For all that were wondering, here are the exact details on the show:

What day is the first show?

Saturday, September 5th, 2009
(Tomorrow if you are reading this today, but today if you are reading this tomorrow… wait, what?)

What time is the show at?

Noon (12pm) to 2 pm Central Time

Where can you listen to it?

88.1 KCOU-FM in the Mid-Missouri Area. Unless…

If you are out of range can you still listen to it?

Yes!

If you are not in the Mid-Missouri region, you can listen ONLINE! Go to http://kcou.fm. The listening portion is at the top of the HOME page.

Can we call in to the show?

Yes!

But no.

Unfortunately, THIS WEEK ONLY we will not have any call-ins but in future weeks, please call in and let your voice be heard! We will give you the phone number and details for that next week.

What will you guys talk about in the show?

For the fall season our show is the Missouri Football Tailgate Show. So obviously, we will be talking, for the majority, about Missouri and Big 12 Football.

However, that is not the only thing we will talk about. It’s sports talk radio. We will include the latest news and biggest stories from around the country. We have writers and professionals lined up to talk to from San Fransisco to Knoxville, and everywhere in between.

Well… Not everywhere. That’s a lot of places.

What is in store for the show this week?

Jared will be in studio while Austin will be live from St. Louis. Austin will be interacting with fans and tailgaters for the 2009 Arch Rivalry Game between the Missouri Tigers and Illinois Fighting Illini.

If you will be outside of the Edward Jones Dome tailgating tomorrow, let us know and Austin will try and come to your tailgate for a live interview on our show! Let your voice be heard (and your bratwursts be tasted!)

Also, we are keeping our fingers crossed to catch up with Dave Matter from the Columbia Tribune to get his thoughts on the Tigers’ 2009 Season.

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Be sure to tune in!

If you have any other questions, comments, or concerns about our Radio Show, please comment on this post below and we will be sure to get back to you with answers and/or solutions!

Once again, thanks for all your support!

Austin

Austin hosts a country music morning radio show in Chicago after nearly a decade in sports talk radio (The Jim Rome Show, Steve Gorman SPORTS!) Colin Cowherd and Smash Mouth follow him on Twitter (which he apparently thought was important enough to share here). He also wears pants everyday.

Austin

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