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Ken Chester Returns to iHM's WHO-AM/Des Moines

Ken Chester
Ken Chester

Iowa-based automotive journalist Ken Chester is returning to the local airwaves. Starting at 6pm on October 1, Chester's syndicated one-hour radio show, "RoadWorthy Drive," will bow on iHeartMedia's WHO-AM (NEWSRADIO 1040). Billed as "America's Premier Automotive News & Information Talk Show," RoadWorthy Drive looks into the evolving technology and relationship listeners have with their cars, discussing automotive trends and technology in a way that consumers can easily understand.

"I am glad to be returning to NEWSRADIO 1040 WHO-AM," said Chester. "With my years of affiliation with this legendary station, it feels like coming home."

Chester is an automotive journalist, photographer and talk host, with over 25 years of reporting and insights in the Des Moines automotive marketplace -- with appearances on radio and TV as well as having been a regular Sunday columnist for the Des Moines Register.

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Chuck Powell
Chuck Powell
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