As of this morning, troubled radio station KJLL stopped broadcasting on its frequency, AM 1330.
As detailed in Media Watch in this week's issue of the Tucson Weekly, the station recently underwent a major management change. Dawn Avalon took over as vice president, and in short order three long-time employees concluded their associations with the station. One, former business manager Nicole Cox, has filed a lawsuit against the company, Hudson Communications.
Efforts to reach Avalon this morning have been unsuccessful. As of now, there is no indication when or if KJLL may resume broadcasting.
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