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Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Frank Reed retires from 94.9 KLTY DFW, joins "Keep the Faith"


Frank Reed announced on September 12th that he will retire from 94.9 KLTY DFW's "Frank, Starlene & Hudson in the Mornings" at the end of 2022. He then joins syndicated "Keep the Faith" in 2023.



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Here is a portion of Reed's on-air announcement to North Texas morning radio listeners:


"Autumn is coming and we go through seasons in life too, don't we? I've had such a long, wonderful season here at this amazing radio station. 

Almost 31 years...31 years on November 8th (1991) and 21 years waking up with you here on the morning show. 

But just like seasons, it's time for the season to end in my life and for a new season to begin. 

So after much prayer, many conversations, with the love of my life. Patty, I love you so much. I'll be stepping away from "Frank, Starlene & Hudson in the Morning" at the end of this year.

 I want you to know this is totally, totally God's perfect timing in my life. So I'm leaving with an incredible sense of gratitude and love for you for listening and for my KLTY family."


Reed has more than four decades of radio experience overall.  In the early 1980s, Reed worked with Howard Stern and Don Imus at 66 WNBC New York. He also worked for 96X WMJX Miami.  In 1988, he transitioned into Christian radio at 970 WWDJ New York. 

"So whether you've been with us for 31 years, for 31 days or for 31 minutes, remember...Just like your Heavenly Father loves you, you are loved unconditionally," Reed added in his on-air announcement.  "You are accepted here. You are always welcome here. Every morning. Just the way that you are."

You can hear Reed's 94.9 KLTY announcement below:



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