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KHTS Launches Morning Show 'Jesse And The Jellyman'

In case you missed it, KHTS AM-1220 launched its newest morning show Thursday called “Jesse and the Jellyman.”


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The show will be airing every weekday from 9-10 a.m. or, if listening live isn’t an option, a podcast of the show is available at hometownstation.com.

“It’s a fun hour on KHTS where we talk about the goings on in Santa Clarita -- from uncomfortable moments at the Westfield Valencia Town Center to local sports,” said KHTS AM-1220 Station Manager Kyle Jellings, co-host of the show.

His co-host, Jesse McClure, called it a pop culture comedy show that lets the pair of friends “go off on as many tangents as possible in an hour,” commercial breaks notwithstanding.

The two friends went through the Sulphur Springs School District together, and then graduated the same year from Canyon High School in Canyon Country, where they both live.

McClure also stars on the reality TV show “Storage Hunters,” a TruTV show that begins its new season Tuesday.

There will be numerous themes throughout the week, such as “Tabloid Tuesday,” when the pair will run down the top headlines of the week in the tabloids, and feature special guests, such as Shaman Peter, who will interpret callers’ dreams.

The show will also host special celebrity guests, such as the stars from “Operation Repo,” who made a guest appearance on Thursday’s launch show.


Operation Repo With Jesse And The Jellyman On KHTS

 


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KHTS Launches Morning Show 'Jesse And The Jellyman'


Article: KHTS Launches Morning Show 'Jesse And The Jellyman'
Source: Santa Clarita News
Author: Perry Smith