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The End of The End 101.9



As rumored in various radio media yesterday, 101.9 The End has dumped its DJs and gone, as they say, "jockless" for the first time since its inception in 1996. ---

As reported by All Access, this means no more Jimmy Chunga and ... who else was on The End? Since I never changed my radio preset when they switched from 107.5 years ago, have no idea. Also, AA says The End's bold new automated format will now "focus largely on ‘90s music." Great--how many stations do we have in Salt Lake already doing that? Gotta love radio consultants.