Radio Show History

Broadcast History

Broadcast History


Broadcast Dates:

1993-1999
Highest Moments:

In 1993 Jiggy Jaguar and T-Rav along with some others
went out to Wichita Kansas Thunder Hockey game and did a “live
broadcast”. The Team  interviewed “Da Blue Guy” and did some other
bits that made air such as checking out the public restrooms.
Lowest Moments:

There were none that existed at this point
Why Left:
Jiggy Jaguar gave up broadcasting via tape due to getting
hired at KHUT radio in Hutchinson


Broadcast Dates:

1993
Highest Moments:

Never actually started on-air due to being
paid minimum wage and not making any money to work and drive in Hutchinson
Kansas.
Lowest Moments:

Being on overnights and not getting a better spot in
radio{Little did I know that everyone starts out in overnights}
Why Left:
I was never able to make any money doing it plus the
schedule was not something I wanted to do.


Broadcast Dates:

1999-2000
Highest Moments:

The best moment was getting to be on-air and do
production
Lowest Moments:

The lowest moment was working on Christmas as a board
operator
Why Left:
Jiggy Jaguar was dissmissed after Steve Mills stole a
generator and blamed Jiggy for the incident, plus unbeknown est to Jiggy Jaguar,
Larry from Lebette County who called on the 800# and ran up a HUGE bill.


Broadcast Dates:

2000-2001
Highest Moments:

Jiggy Jaguar having a feud with Adam Levy and along with
Mike Myers{Shattner} besting him on-air
Lowest Moments:

Jiggy Jaguar and Shattner having to pre-record their
material
Why Left:
Mycaster.com was bought and shutdown by a different media
company


Broadcast Dates:

2000-2002
Highest Moments:

Working for the office in Hutchinson Kansas and single
handly bringing Live365.com to Hutchinson Kansas to open a branch office.
Lowest Moments:

Being fired by Live365.com for exposing their plan in
ripping off local churches.
Why Left:
Live365.com dissmissed me after I exposed their ripping
off of churches for ad dollars. The company never actually paid me or provided
me an office. However I got a ton of free live365.com crap.


Broadcast Dates:

2000-2005
Highest Moments:

Broadcasting for no money what so ever
Lowest Moments:

Constant outages in the evening
Why Left:
When Jiggy switched to doing live phone calls, IP
address’s became 1


Broadcast Dates:

2000-2004
Highest Moments:

Streaming and building a syndication empire
Lowest Moments:

Dropping off the web via site
Why Left:
The site shutdown and became radiotoolbox.com


Broadcast Dates:

2000-2002
Highest Moments:

The ratings and radio war with David G and The Fallout
Shelter
Lowest Moments:

Being forced to leave by Lycos management due to show
segments
Why Left:
Moved over to Fancast radio after the lycos moderators
began censoring material


Broadcast Dates:

2002
Highest Moments:

Being allowed to do material and not be censored
Lowest Moments:

Being moved to a new site due to other broadcasters
complaining about talk hosts
Why Left:
The owners opened a new site after all the talk hosts
from Lycos came in and the owners of Fancast.com opened a brand new site.


Broadcast Dates:

2002-2003
Highest Moments:

Being ranked #1 broadcaster on the site
Lowest Moments:

When the site shutdown
Why Left:
The site shut down due to Alternacast not making good
buisness determinations


Broadcast Dates:

2003-2006
Highest Moments:

Broadcasting 3 shows at once{The Des Show/Cotolo
Chronicles/Jiggy Jaguar Show}
Lowest Moments:

Broadcasting the never ending broadcast
Why Left:
The site shut-down


Broadcast Dates:

2004-2006
Highest Moments:

Broadcasting on Ampcast.com and to listeners in Europe
via RF
Lowest Moments:

Being censored LIVE on-air
Why Left:
The scheduling for a live show prevented me from doing a
show


Broadcast Dates:

2000-2007
Highest Moments:

Broadcasting and making it our first syndicated
station
Lowest Moments:

The stream issues for our live broadcast
Why Left:
Jiggy Jaguar broadcasts off and on from 2002-2007 and
finally a stream issue has prevented us from being on SRN 1 and 2


Broadcast Dates:

2005-2007
Highest Moments:

Helping us pick up a syndication station and helping us
with podcasting
Lowest Moments:

Broadcasting issues with the stream
Why Left:
Site shutdown but helped us establish a podcasting
presence


Broadcast Dates:

2006-2007
Highest Moments:

Broadcasting a teleconferance call between David Oblas
and his fighters for Wild Bills Fight Night
Lowest Moments:

No calls from listeners when it has the ability to take
calls.
Why Left:
Skype began to charge for calling into the
broadcaster

 


Broadcast Dates:

May 2007-May 2009
Highest Moments:

Doing a 5 hour afternoon program and filling in on Morning Show.
Lowest Moments:

Doing a 5 hr show only to be cut back to 2 hrs, then shipped off to a Country Classics Morning show.
Why Left:
The Zoo became sports talk and was shipped to 95.5 FM and eventually taken off the air{only saving grace was a 1/2 hr program, 1 time per week.}

Broadcast Dates:

2008-2009{4-5 months on air as Morning host}
Highest Moments:

Doing a contest called “Tee-off for Tots”
Lowest Moments:

Not being allowed enough time to get my feet under me, before being jerked back over to The ZOO
Why Left:
After some time of a failed morning show, plus the rumor of a new general manager coming in, prompted mgmt to yank the cord on the LIVE morning show.

Broadcast Dates:

2009
Highest Moments:

Broadcasting a morning program with my mentor Brother Ken on 95.5
Lowest Moments:

Styles clashing with Brother Ken and not being given enough time to broadcast a solo morning program.
Why Left:
Brother Ken was axed by mgmt, after all fallout over this, the GM made the determination to shelve the morning program.

Broadcast Dates:

2009
Highest Moments:

Booking guests that no other show could or would be able to get{ROH wrestlers, Hall of Fame Boxer Roy Jones Jr, Vince Papale from The NY Jets}
Lowest Moments:

Management yanking booking dutys away and imaging dutys away due to over time from Upper management.
Why Left:
Rocking M Radio was slowly losing the radio war and ending in burnout between Management and myself.



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