Now that 1990 is over, here's a look back at some of the "superlatives" for those 365 days of broadcasting past:- QUICKEST FORMAT CHANGE: KLVV going from "love songs" to Top 40 radio with just several days of deliberation.

- QUICKEST JOB CHANGE: Gaylen Palmer, at KLVV (alias the New "Q"), explains the station's new format change on a Friday in October, and by the following Tuesday, he's at KLCY.

- MOST REFRESHING RADIO CHANGE OF THE YEAR: KKDS, with its children's format.

- MOST SURPRISING STATION: KLLB and how it manages to stay on the air with extremely limited commercials and funding.

- SMARTEST FORMAT CHANGE: (tie) KKDS (to kids' programming) and KQOL (to "beautiful music").

- SADDEST MOMENTS IN LOCAL RADIO: Layoffs by several stations during the year: KSL, KCPX, KBER and, of particular note,at KRSP-AM in July (where Bob Jennings, Nina Green and Ron Jensen lost their jobs), and in December at KALL (where Chris Maathuis, Tracie Cayford and Kristie Snow became unemployed).

- STRANGEST MOVE: KTKK fires Mills Crenshaw in June, only to bring him back in November.

- STRANGEST NAME: The KLVV morning deejay using the nickname "Donald Trump."

- FUNNIEST MORNING SHOW: "Fisher and Todd," with news by Jan Snyder (KISN).

- MOST ENTERTAINING MORNING SHOW: "Jon & Dan" (KLZX).

- MOST INTELLECTUAL MORNING SHOW: Tom Barberi (KALL).

- MORNING SHOW MOST LIKELY TO OFFEND SENSITIVE EARS: (tie) "Jon & Dan" (KLZX) and "Cory & Kevin" (KBER).

- LOUDEST MORNING SHOW: "Cory & Kevin" (KBER).

- SOFTEST MORNING SHOW: "Novak & Ijams" (KSFI).

- BEST SYNCHRONIZED TEAMWORK ON A MORNING SHOW: "Cano & Simmons" (KKAT).

- BEST NEW RADIO TEAM: Jay Kelly and Tami Sanders, "K98.6" (KCPX).

- MOST ENTHUSIASTIC DEEJAY: Tom Timmons, formerly at KCPX, now at KLVV.

- BEST RADIO CONTEST: KCPX's "What Would You Do for $5,000?" event.

- WILDEST RADIO CONTEST: KZHT's "Doritos Drop."

- GROSSEST RADIO CONTEST: "Belch Fest '90" on KBER's morning show ("Cory & Kevin").

- MOST UNFORGETTABLE CONTINUING RADIO FEATURE: (tie) KBER's imposter phone calls, with "Cory & Kevin" and KISN's "Candid Phone" with "Fisher and Todd."

- THE CAN'T SEEM TO LEAVE SALT LAKE AWARD: Michael O'Brien of KLCY, who has left the station on at least three different occasions in the past five years, always returning.

- THE CAN'T SEEM TO LEAVE RADIO AWARD: Joe Lee returning to news on KUTR (formerly KCPX-AM) after officially retiring several years earlier.

- UNIVERSAL VOICE AWARD: Doug Wright of KSL, who is the popular voice of many commercials and productions.