A year ago, on July 27, 2013, Kidd Kraddick, the nationally syndicated radio host, collapsed and died at a Louisiana golf tournament benefiting his charity, Kidd’s Kids. He was 53.
One year after his death, his radio show lives, his co-hosts cope and the ratings are up.
Kraddick’s four co-hosts, Al Mack, Kellie Rasberry, Jose “J-Si” Chavez and Jenna Owens have achieved a remarkable bit of alchemy. They are currently in first or second place in 95 percent of their markets.
They sat down with NBC 5’s Meredith Land and The Dallas Morning News’ Alan Peppard.