So I guess nobody else is surprised that Power 106 repeats their mixshows.
They the same song over & over so with that said I'm not surprised. What you're implying is insane.
Kansas City is the midwest not south. KPRS was consider a full service Urban Contemporary station in the 90's dayparted heavily. Sunday's were Gospel in the morning. Jazz during the afternoon and the Quiet Storm at night. It was the only Urban formatted station at the time. KPRT AM and KGGN AM are Kansas City's gospel stations. No Rhythmic station either. KPRS began making changes after KMJK signed on in 1999. It started as Urban Oldies and flipped to Urban AC during the summer of 2001. Compared to now KPRS is now more of a Mainstream Urban station. Kansas City is a conservative town which is why radio is dull there. Alot of Urban Contempary stations played jazz in the 90's KVSP (back when it was on 1140AM) is Oklahoma City was one of them too playing jazz on
Sundays. Doing it now it would be considered out of date.
KKBT never played smooth jazz in the mix in the 90's because it was a full service Urban Contemporary that leaned heavily on Hip Hop & R&B, KJLH was the only Urban in L.A. to play jazz in every daypart which kind of was a turn off. Thank you sooo much for correcting me wdb2003. I don't know a thing about the radio market in the mid-west.