RADIO SHOW OF THE WEEK.
Byline: - Fred Shuster
--Where: KLON-FM (88.1).
<--When: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays and 6 to 9 a.m. Sundays (``Early Jazz and Swing'').
--Typical segment: Favorite artists range from Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong to Wynton Marsalis Wynton Learson Marsalis (b. October 18, 1961) is an American trumpeter and composer. He is among the most prominent jazz musicians of the modern era and is also a well-known instrumentalist in classical music. He is also the Musical Director of Jazz at Lincoln Center. and Terence Blanchard.
--Quote: ``There are so few radio stations left where the DJs can play whatever they like. I get to choose what I play and approach each show as if I'm spinning records for myself. Radio is both a companion and a source of entertainment.''
--Off the air: The sister of KLON program director Ken Borgers, Borgers is artistic director for Bard bard, in Wales, term originally used to refer to the order of minstrel-poets who composed and recited the poems that celebrated the feats of Celtic chieftains and warriors. in the Yard, the Long Beach Shakespeare Company.
--Background: Borgers started in radio as a theater major at California State University Enrollment
, Long Beach, where she produced radio dramas for the campus station. She first came aboard at commercial-free KLON in 1979 as membership director and the following year began hosting a weekly show, ``Only Vocals.'' Shortly afterward af·ter·ward also af·ter·wards
At a later time; subsequently.
Adv. 1. afterward - happening at a time subsequent to a reference time; "he apologized subsequently"; "he's going to the store but he'll be back here , she moved to weekends, then into the weekday schedule as daily host where she's in her 20th year.
--Taking a stand: ``Our whole point is to play music for the listeners, not the sponsors. Here, the sponsors are the listeners. We don't have any special agenda.''
--You'll like this if: You like KLON's Chuck Niles Chuck Niles (b June 24, 1927 in Springfield, Massachusetts - d. March 15, 2004 in Santa Monica, California) was a famous jazz disc jockey who became the only jazz DJ to be on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. , Alfredo Cruz, Sam Fields, James Janisse and LeRoy Downs.