Friday, April 08, 2011

The Bo and Jim Morning Show re-signs three more years on Lone Star 92.5 KZPS

Dallas-Fort Worth radio fans will want to know that long-time morning KZPS morning team Bo and Jim are not going anywhere:

Clear Channel-Dallas is proud to announce the re-signing of long-time morning team, Bo Roberts and Long Jim White on their Classic Rocker, Lone Star 92.5 - KZPS. The Bo and Jim Morning Show, including producer and traffic dude, Randy James signs on for another three-years of their antics, continuing their reign as the longest-running rock morning show in Dallas/Fort Worth radio history.

Bo and Jim have been waking up rock fans since 1982 on the defunct, Q102...and have since been the mainstay in the morning, on the 24 year heritage KZPS, now Lone Star 92.5. The Bo and Jim Morning Show; an entertainment-comedy driven local show, that continues to rank at the top of the heap and delivers for both the advertisers and their legions of fans known as "Rascuals." "Bo and Jim have been a constant factor in the success of Lone Star 92.5, spanning everything from direct competitors and format adjustments to new measurement methodology.
Their combination of contemporary content with popular classic rock is a powerfully unique product for our audiences and advertisers. I would not have wanted to start my tenure as Dallas' Market Manager without them on my team," stated Kelly Kibler, President/Market Manager.


Great Classic Rock tunes, original characters; BBQ Bob, the Professor and Skillet, Miss Beulah at the front desk and more, along with interviews with the biggest rock, comedy, tv and movie stars around, makes this the show to come to for Dallas-Fort Worth adults.

Don Davis, Program Director for Lone Star 92.5 said, "...The thought of another 3 years with these guys has suddenly reminded me that I need to swing by Walgreens and pick up more Zantac. Seriously, it's a privilege to work with these guys day in and day out and I look forward to their continued success..."

Clear Channel Radio-Dallas serves five FM stations in Dallas, 92.5 KZPS-FM, 97.1 KEGL-FM, 102.1 KDGE-FM, 102.9 KDMX-FM and 106.1 KHKS-FM.

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