The loss is KUDL's long time call letters in the Kansas City market. KUDL long ago competed head to head with WHB for boomer listeners during the heyday of Top 40 radio--long before corporate radio took over the industry. Since then, KUDL has broadcast light adult rock and Christmas music in November and December, and more recently, most hours were automated without live deejays on computer
Entercom's moved most of the remaining KUDL FM staff to 99.7, renamed today from "Gen-X" to "The Point". Tanna went to afternoon drive, Kelly Urich to morning drive, and Roger Carson moved to Mornings on The Wolf. "The Point" now targets adult women with contemporary music.
KMBZ AM 98 and FM 98.1, now with 2 frequencies, carries KC's only real local radio news during morning drive, and new local midday talker, Chris Merrill of Lawrence.