Change at WKVT in Brattleboro(VT)

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    (From ‘Seven Days’ Jan 9-16 2019)

    Brattleboro’s radio scene lost a key local presence at the end of 2018. 92.7 WKVT BrattFM axed its daily “Green Mountain Mornings” show and fired its host, Olga Peters. “It’s one of the best jobs I ever had,” Peters said. “Its loss reflects the struggles facing local media right now.”

    The writing had been on the wall for Peters since last June, when WKVT’s schedule of syndicated talk programs was replaced by a music format. “Green Mountain Mornings” became the station’s lone talk offering.

    Both stations are part of the Monadnock Radio Group. General manager Paul Kelley did not respond to requests for comment.


    Jeff Lehmann

    I’m quite sure this was on 1490 AM, the former WKVT, now WINQ, not 92.7 FM.

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