As I mentioned on a previous page, KWSI was a very unique operation. This station was owned by the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. They also owned KWSO-FM 91.9, a non-commercial station which broadcast Native American news, views, and music to the immediate area. KWSI was a full Class C FM with 100,000 watts from high atop Eagle Butte. As such, it covered all of Central Oregon and enjoyed a competitive presence in the market.
Duran Bobb was the afternoon personality on Central Oregon’s KWSI. On this recorded show into, you will also hear Sue Matters. Sue was the station’s Program Director and also hosted mornings. The thing that impressed me most about KWSI was their audio quality. It was absolutely gorgeous! Far superior to any other station in the market, including KXIQ where I was employed at the time. Kudos to Jim Malloy, KWSI/KWSO’s engineer. You can hear Jim on two of my other KWSI-KWSO aircheck exhibits.
Reception and recording was performed from Madras, Oregon using a Realistic AM/FM/CD/cassette portable stereo unit with Memorex dBS 90 tape.