It started with a favor from a distinguished former Kansas governor. In 1950, Alf Land on gave a malfunctioning radio transmitter to Andrew “Skip” Carter, who was in pursuit of his dream to start a radio Radio Station .Carter drove to Leavenworth, retrieved the transmitter and hauled it back to Kansas City on a flatbed truck. Carter repaired that transmitter and went on to launch his radio Radio Station in 1950. That radio Radio Station , now known as KPRS, would grow and exceed expectations.Today, 60 years later, KPRS-FM is still firmly rooted on the Kansas City land scape. And according to the president of the family-owned business, KPRS Hot 103 Jamz is here to stay.
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