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Wanted: Morning DJ



A little over a year after KRCL 90.9 FM's controversial switch from a stylistic weekday potpourri of volunteer DJs to a stable roster of paid talent, one has apparently had all the radio he needs: David Perschon, who helmed mornings 6-10 am, has left the station; Ebay Jamil Hamilton (middays 10 am-2 pm) and Bad Brad Wheeler (afternoons 2-6 pm) remain.

A circulating KRCL memo says an interim host will take over mornings indefinitely, and a job posting has been made. So, if you're in tune with the station's public-radio mission and music (and presumably have no issue with KRCL's bizarre T.Rex obsession of late), you could be Salt Lake's next new morning DJ.