KALL (AM-910) will feature Peter Boam as its new afternoon personality (2-6 p.m.) starting Monday.
Boam, known on the air as just "Peter B.," replaces Bob Hendricks, who has been recently filling in afternoons on a temporary basis. Hendricks will now return to his news duties on the Tom Barberi show March 6.Peter B. comes to Salt Lake from WIBA in Madison, Wis., where he was the morning host for seven years. He graduated from Sacramento State College and has also previously worked for radio stations in San Jose, Spokane and Seattle.
According to Jan Bagley, KALL station manager, the radio station has been home to this market's most high-profile radio personalities, and he feels Peter B. will fit in with that tradition.
KALL's revised on-air schedule is:
6-10 a.m. - Tom Barberi and Mike Runge.
10 a.m.-2 p.m. - Danny Kramer.
2-6 p.m. - Peter Boam.
6-9 p.m. - Arline Somers "Night KALL."
9 p.m.-2 a.m. - Larry King Live (syndicated program).
KALL weekends are anchored by Craig Clyde.
-NEW STATION: FCC approval has been given for a 100,000-watt FM station for the Delta, Fillmore and Millard counties area.
Located at 95.7 on the FM dial, the new transmitter will be located at McCormick between Delta and Fillmore.
T.G.W.M. Inc. is starting up the radio station. The studio location will be announced later.
-KSL (AM-1160) Former Detroit Lions Pitcher Denny McLain will be the March 3 guest on "Sportscentral" with Chris Tunis at 6:30 p.m.
Dan Jessop will broadcast "Sportscentral at 12:30 p.m. March 4, and the Colorado State at BYU basketball game airs at 2:30 p.m. - Lynn Arave.