RADIO NEWS: “These Ozarks Hills,” a monthly series of essays on Life in the Ozarks broadcast on KSMU-FM regional public radio in the Ozarks, is moving from its traditional time slot on the last Friday of each month to the FIRST Friday of each month. That’s why the story you expected to hear last week (Friday, Feb. 24), will air instead on Friday, March 2. Station administrators said the move was being made necessary because the series, which runs in prime time (7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.) was being booted out of its time slot too often by scheduling conflicts, and the “first Friday” slot would give the show a more stable base. We’re fine with it, so long as listeners have enough warning to make the change. So consider yourself warned. KSMU can be found throughout Southwest and South Central Missouri and Northern Arkansas on your FM dial at 91.1 in the Springfield area, in Branson at 90.5; West Plains – 90.3; Mountain Grove – 88.7; Joplin – 98.9 and Neosho – 103.7. Outside the area, the broadcast is streamed live at http://www.ksmu .org, and archived episodes are also available on that site by clicking on “These Ozarks Hills,” on the sidebar.
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