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Citizen Kelly Comes Out of Retirement, Returns to WCGO

Citizen Kelly
Citizen Kelly

Citizen Kelly is coming out of retirement to host "The Citizen Kelly Show" in a return to evenings on WCGO-AM/Chicago beginning March 19, airing daily from 10pm-midnight. Kelly began his career as a promotions coordinator at WLUP-FM, which signed off after 40 years of Classic Rock last weekend. He's the founder of RevDigital, a TV and new media production company based in Chicago. Kelly is also a frequent contributor to the Daily Caller, Newsmax and the Washington Times.

"The Citizen Kelly radio empire is not only growing but thriving," said Kelly. "We do Chicago TV and radio successfully because we are from Chicago, we know Chicago people, we know Chicago attitudes and we know Chicago humor unlike these failed, bankrupt radio stations with their fake personalities and forced laughter."

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Seth Hughes
Seth Hughes
Seth Hughes takes middays at Hubbard Radio's KNUC-FM (Country 98.9) Seattle. He most recently spent time in the afternoon and morning drive slots at the former 94.1 KMPS. More

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