Local FM radio station KX 93.5 will make a change in its programing after Labor Day.
A new morning show, “Daily Scramble Live,” will be co-hosted by station veterans Tyler Russell and Jason Feddy. “We plan to give every type of person a reason to wake up to this show, ” said Russell, the station founder.
Added to the traditional alt rock format will be talk and variety, which will include news, interactive games and segments like “Let’s Punk Newport,” where the two hosts affectionately play a prank on Laguna’s northern neighbor.
Feddy will continue solo until noon when longtime KX 93.5 volunteer hosts “Generational Alt Rock with Sandy Fagin,” a music-focused afternoon show, runs until to 5 p.m.
Volunteer programming will move up weeknights by two hours to 5 p.m., with established hour-long shows like “The Fuzz,” and “The Skong Show” plus a new music show, “Groove Express” moving to earlier times.
“Volunteer programming is one of the station’s most important assets that allows it to connect Laguna Beach and worldwide listeners,” said Russell.