Randy Miller Show to Broadcast from Power & Light District!

Don’t look now, but one of the Cowtown’s baddest, bad boys is poised for a comeback…

Starting January 11, 2010, Randy Miller, of Q104 and ZZ99 fame will hit the ground running on KCPLRadio.com from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The name of Miller’s coming soon new on-air game: “Wake Up in KC weith Randy Miller. Mornings Will Never Be the Same.”

“It’s going to be the most exciting thing in the most exciting place in Kansas City,” Miller says. “We’re going to broadcast from the Savvy Coffee & Wine Bar and we’ll build a studio down there.”

In the meantime, Miller’s new show will employ the studios and equipment of Union Broadcasting, the home of sports radio WHB 810 AM.

The Web site is up pending next week’s launch. Miller’s bio as it appears on the site:

“Randy Miller has been broadcasting and producing radio programs for more than 25 years in some America

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28 Responses to Randy Miller Show to Broadcast from Power & Light District!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Randy Miller and Craig Glazer should drive off of a cliff together.

  2. Anonymous says:

    That’s a little harsh, Jared. C U in church Sunday?

  3. Anonymous says:

    still unfunny after all these years…

  4. Anonymous says:

    Perhaps they should be holding hands in the car, if that lessens the harshness for you.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Remains to be scene. Pretty sure neither of them will be hugging it out with you though

  6. Anonymous says:

    Sooo, you’re saying that what I said is going to ruin Randy, Craig and I’s friendship?

  7. Anonymous says:

    In a manner of speaking…

  8. Anonymous says:

    Drat. I take it all back then.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Call me silly, bud didn’t Kelly Urich already prove that web radio isn’t yet profitable?

    If Kelly couldn’t make it work, Randy most certainly won’t be able to.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Hearne FREAKIN HILARIOUS with the see you in church line. Witty banter. You are not at Rick level but very very good!!! Still laughing and smiling.

  11. Anonymous says:

    didnt randy go bankrupt. lose his house.

  12. Anonymous says:

    randy is a good guy. Has had some problems
    But he’s still trying to make a comeback.
    Gotta give him credit. He needs to stop that
    stupid infomercial on the bus…makes him look
    really bad.
    The guy has talent but since he’s been fired
    from radio he has no where to put it.
    His dating show was a bad deal.
    Hopefully he can make a big comeback just
    like tiger woods will in 2010.

  13. Anonymous says:

    FYI, Kelly Urich needed to take a year off to get away from his old station and ride out his noncompete. So he pre-signed a few big advertisers and hunkered down. The plan was never for him to blast off into a profitable Internet radio venture, rather to sow the seeds and continue to build it to where one day it will be established and profitable. He’s still running it.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Uncle Dick
    Hell, I’ll ride along and bring the beer. Sounds like fun. Hearne, can you be the designated driver? With no cliffs in PV, we should be safe. Maybe they’ll take a group photo at the station and we can send them out next year at Christmas.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Uncle Dick, please!

  16. Anonymous says:

    The point is, Hearne, had there been any success to be had, Kelly, of anyone, would have had it.

    Web radio isn’t there yet, and won’t be until wifi is ubiquitous. And Kelly was a still-hot top-40 talent. I wish Randy no ill will, but again, the model has been tried and it failed. It’s too far ahead of its time.

  17. Anonymous says:

    wrong again brothers.
    many stations in kc are now getting huge numbers of
    streaming listeners on the internet…especially
    am stations. KCMO am/KMBZ/WHB etc. are finding
    that they have a huge amount of listeners
    listening on the internet. News talk/sports talk will
    do much better than music orineted stations.
    Good reason for that is that am signals sometimes
    arent good in office buildings or other
    structures and the internet feed is very clear
    and right at the listeners desk.
    Randy has no chance to be honest. He’s yesterdays news. He has no following and he’ll
    end up like hearne…claiming millions of
    “hits” and listeners when actuall numbers are
    in the tank.
    Hearne…wheres those google analytic numbers
    to prove you were “stretching” the truth about
    your numbers…..

  18. Anonymous says:


    Due respect and you have some good points, but streaming listeners on a terrestrial station with established numbers, is not the same as a startup web-only station. Terrestrial stations have built-in promotions and advertising budgets, and have in-car, over-the-air listening to bolster at-home Internet listening. It’s not the same animal.

    Plus, most large office IT departments are blocking Internet streaming of online stations, Pandora, YouTube and similar sites because they hog enormous amounts of bandwidth and tend to erode productivity. Two more strikes against a web-only station.

    Again, I submit that all things being equal, if Kelly couldn’t make a success out of web radio in Kansas City, Randy Miller most certainly won’t.

  19. Anonymous says:

    Good Lord. When’s this loser going to hang it up and realize his time has past? In the day, he would say and do anything for listeners and a job and a chance to make it big again(at least in his burned out mind). The fellow over at The Rock knows how to do it and keep a job. Hey let’s ask Mancow what he thinks! Now that I think of it hearne, please DO ask Mancow and let’s go with that answer. And who’s the dude in the pic with him? His go-fer?

  20. Anonymous says:

    why dick?
    Dick Why debate Jojo on any subject? Can you not see he is insane? Let’s see at 5:44PM he tells us what a good guy Randy is, he has talent, and he hopes he has a big comeback.

    Then at 7:41AM (Loser get a life why are you posting that early on a Sunday morning ?)just a little over 12 hours later he is saying Randy has no chance, he’s yesterday news, and has no following.

    Jojo has more personalities then animals in a zoo. Half the time he is arguing with himself. Dick help stop the madness don’t respond to any of his rants.

  21. Anonymous says:

    why dick? uh…some of us shovel our own
    driveways and go to church!
    Ever done that? LOSER.
    DICK…good points…and probably a littel to
    early to catch on …but all the major radio
    groups are buying up domain names for
    internet radio because they probably see the

  22. Anonymous says:

    why dick?
    You wouldn’t be allowed in church. You would want to interrupt the pastor to tell the audience your opinion. And if you were this rich big shot with 500 employees you would have someone shovel your drive way. LOSER.

  23. Anonymous says:

    No to prolong this topic but Urich didn’t go into this because he thought or knew the time was ripe for Internet radio. He went into it to get out of his deal with the new corporate owners of Mix and plan some seeds that would likely take many years to grow, but place him near the ground floor. People don’t plant tree seedlings expecting them to provide shade any time soon. Kelly may be slightly disappointed by his short term results, but he never expected anything dramatic would happen – he’s right on target with his expectations.

  24. Anonymous says:

    I wonder what David Naster is doing these days.

  25. Anonymous says:

    rob lane
    Jared, odd you asked, last time I saw him he was on stage at the new Stanford and Sons, at Legends…know what, he was funny, it was busy..bout a year back. Miller did a gig there, didn’t see it. So its Miller, Glazer and Naster off that cliff, huh? Glazer is doing pretty well though, movies,club,girls, press, maybe it will rub off on Miller.

  26. Anonymous says:

    I never said Naster should go off the cliff. I just thought that since we were talking about washed up Kansas City personalities…

    Fast Eddie should be Randy Miller’s co-host.

  27. Anonymous says:

    Internet radio and TV is growing quickly. I think this has a chance as a source for the growing downtown community. I am going to listen to see how it goes.

  28. Anonymous says:


    That’s exactly my point. Kelly may or may not have had expectations of wild success, but Randy DOES. Kelly proved personality-driven internet radio is WAY ahead of its time, but Randy seems to think he’s going to have wild success by hooking up with P&L.

    I don’t wish him ill, but it’s not going to work…at least not in the forseeable future.

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