Milwaukee radio station is closing after one month of operation
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Milwaukee radio’s operator, Michael Rady, says he has decided to close the station after one year of operation.
The station has been operating for about four years and has been a part of Milwaukee’s public radio scene for nearly two decades.
The radio station had an annual budget of about $3 million and hosted a regular lineup of hosts.
In 2016, the station was the host of the Milwaukee Public Radio Festival, which raised more than $100,000 for local veterans.
Milwaukee Public radio declined to comment on whether the station’s closure was related to the investigation into Rady.
Rady said in an interview that he did not know if his closing was related.
The closure will be phased in over the next month and will be made public in early January.
In a statement, Rady says, “I have made the difficult decision to discontinue radio operations.”
Milwaukee radio’s operator, Michael Rady, says he has decided to close the station after one year of operation.The station has…
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