Station dishes up truck driving news.
The Road Dog Trucking channel has a radio audience as captive as any. Its listeners are professional drivers stuck behind the wheel hauling loads at all hours. For an hour each weeknight, between "Road Dog Live" and a zany show called "Freewheelin'," a small team of award-winning journalists and sound engineers serves up truck driving news from a studio at the Grain Valley exit off Interstate 70. "Land Line Now" is stylish, in-depth reporting that aims to be the "60 Minutes" of trucking, The Kansas City Star reports (http://bit.ly/1HSL5uv ).
Just how much trucking news is out there to report? Apparently enough, as the program is entering its 10th year. Continue Reading
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