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10 years ago. (In SJR).

* The new general manager of KMOX, Rod Zimmerman, pledged to "do my best to take this radio station to the next level."

* The Federal Communications Commission announced it was revolutionizing the radio industry by allowing companies to own as many as 60 radio stations. Those who opposed the move said the change would eliminate mom-and-pop radio stations.

* KSDK (Channel 5) consumer reporter Jody Davis turned down an offer from WNBC-TV in New York and stayed at St. Louis' top-ranked station.
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Date:Apr 1, 2002
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