Changes in News for 2014
As some of you may know, today is my last day as the news man for KZYX. I have had a change to meet a lot of terrific people in Mendocino and have enjoyed getting to know how the county and its towns work.
Doing the news on a station like KZYX had always been my dream and now that its been fulfilled. After 18 months, I've decided to return to retirement. I'm being replaced by a terrific couple of news people who will be bringing you what you've been calling for - a longer form news, - instead of the four and five minutes I've been doing. The news will continue as twelve minutes at 6 pm with a repeat at 6:48 am.
The new news team will be Michael Kisslinger, who ably replaced me in September when I was on vacation, and Sheri Quinn, a fifteen year veteran of public radio in Utah, who will alternate days giving two new voices to people's concerns throughout the county.
I'll still be hosting Mendo Matters starting at 9 am January 30th.
I think these changes will be good for KZYX and the community and I hope to hear from all of you when I return.