|On the March 13, 1948 KULP began broadcasting. Culp invited the public to an informal open house where listeners toured the wondrous new studios at 515 E. Jackson.|
|KULP signed on at 7
a.m. with five minutes of music followed by a five-minute newscast read
by Bill Lamb. Max Westerholm's farm program ran until 7:30 a.m. when
the “Lucky 1390” program featuring popular music and requests took to
the air waves.
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