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September 3, 1987 | JANE LIEBERMAN, Lieberman, a graduate student at USC, is a Calendar intern. and
KUTE-FM(101.9), the station known as the "Quiet Storm" for its album-oriented, adult-alternative music, has laid off its programming staff to make way for a change in format, general manager Bill Ward said Wednesday. The new format will take effect in early October along with a possible change in call letters, Ward said, but he declined to be more specific, saying that he will announce details of the station's future in a few weeks.
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September 18, 1987 | JANE LIEBERMAN, Lieberman, a graduate student at USC, is a Calendar intern. and
Clouds are still hovering over KUTE-FM (101.9), known as the "Quiet Storm." The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists filed a grievance this week on behalf of 12 members who were fired by the station Aug. 31. The union claimed in its filing with the American Arbitration Assn. that KUTE planned to violate the labor agreement by not properly using staff announcers and by subcontracting some employment to a nonunion company.
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September 18, 1987 | JANE LIEBERMAN, Lieberman, a graduate student at USC, is a Calendar intern. and
Clouds are still hovering over KUTE-FM (101.9), known as the "Quiet Storm." The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists filed a grievance this week on behalf of 12 members who were fired by the station Aug. 31. The union claimed in its filing with the American Arbitration Assn. that KUTE planned to violate the labor agreement by not properly using staff announcers and by subcontracting some employment to a nonunion company.
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September 3, 1987 | JANE LIEBERMAN, Lieberman, a graduate student at USC, is a Calendar intern. and
KUTE-FM(101.9), the station known as the "Quiet Storm" for its album-oriented, adult-alternative music, has laid off its programming staff to make way for a change in format, general manager Bill Ward said Wednesday. The new format will take effect in early October along with a possible change in call letters, Ward said, but he declined to be more specific, saying that he will announce details of the station's future in a few weeks.
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