Basic Radio Station Information
KEX 1190 AM
News, Traffic & Weather Station
City of License:
iHeartMedia (formerly known as Clear Channel) (Citicasters Licenses, Inc.)
4949 SW Macadam Ave
Portland, OR 97201
KEX is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1190 KHz. The station is licensed to Portland, OR and is part of that radio market. The station airs news/talk programming and goes by the name "NewsRadio 1190 KEX" on the air with the slogan "News, Traffic & Weather Station". KEX is owned by iHeartMedia under the supervision of General Manager Robert Dove.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Portland, OR
Listener Comments and Reviews
I was disappointed in your 6:30 Sunday magazine show. (I had listened before and it was interesting.) The reporter started out with a good clear, pleasant voice giving an intro, then a member of the Portland school board, I think. That person talked slowly, with a lot of "uh"s and "yuh know"s, but I was sure it would be short, and then the reporter would summarize and move along with the story. Well, the slow, tedious voice went on and on and it was too much--I turned if off. It doesn't seem that a tape of a slow-talking guy makes an interesting story.
By: Jim Olsen on November 2, 2011
Really, KEX. You bring in a New York attitude with your morning program, Michael Costner (I'm sorry If I mis-spelled his name), and expect listeners to just lay back?
I thought the FCC had rules about using offensive language "on-air"?
On ANY given morning program, pick one, you'll hear him using a variety of cuss words.
YOU may not care . . . But I'm POSITIVE your advertisers who pay your salaries, would be appalled to have customers come into their business and start shouting and using cuss words. Then say - you advertise on KEX radio, so you must condone this ?
Given the number of words in the English language . . . A radio personality should have a better vocabulary.
By: Kevin on August 1, 2015
Screen your news items for accuracy. As an analyst, your news on Facebook data was grossly misleading: to assist your education an article in depth.:
There is no excuse for sloppy reporting, or intentionally biased news. Evidently your newspeople lack objectivity.
PLease clean up your mess.
By: Lt. Robert Powell on March 28, 2018
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