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'The Ride' Going After Listeners Who're Already Listening

'The Ride' Going After Listeners Who're Already Listening
Steve Jonsson, president and CEO of Signal Media of Arkansas

Steve Jonsson, president and CEO of Signal Media of Arkansas Inc., decided to tell listeners to one of his radio stations, KHLR-FM, The Ride, about what's playing on a rival station, KSSN-FM of Little Rock.
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Remembering Donna Axum Whitworth, Crowned With Beauty and Humor

Donna Axum Whitworth, the El Dorado banker's daughter who was the first Miss Arkansas to win as Miss America, back in 1964, died last week at 76.
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Woosley, Fink Honored for Lifetime Achievement at CFO of the Year

Chief financial officers were also recognized in five categories at the luncheon, held Wednesday at the Embassy Suites in west Little Rock.
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