Jeff Kurkjian

By May 5, 2021November 24th, 2021Music

Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • The Ages of Radio In a World of Too Many Options and Why Radio is Still Relevant
  • Getting Away From the “If It Bleeds, It Leads” Mindset
  • The One Question That Drives Jeff Crazy
  • Jeff’s Touching Story Involving Being Otto the Orange During a Children’s Hospital Visit
  • What Getting COVID Was Like For Jeff
  • The “Venmo Challenge” and Jeff’s Experience With It


“In a world with so many connections, it’s so difficult to get in touch, isn’t it?” – Jeff Kurkjian

“Search and you shall find and I think if you want to find positivity on apps like Twitter, you can, but at the end of the day it’s a whole bunch of angry people yelling from their mom’s basement.” – Jeff Kurkjian

“His dad looks at Otto and when I had one moment, just kinda said, ‘We haven’t seen him this happy in six months and he hasn’t gotten out of his wheelchair or his bed in 30 days.” – Jeff Kurkjian

“Having freedom is not always guaranteed and having freedom does result in one thing, differences and that’s okay to be different.” – Jeff Kurkjian

“When Black Lives Matter protests hit Las Vegas, I was able to more or less serve as somebody who could tell you what was going on. Who could objectively report on what was going on.” – Jeff Kurkjian

“I feel like with the plethora of ability to get content, get music, and get great stories. It’s almost overwhelming, there are too many options. I’ll make it easy for you on radio, we’ve been here forever.” – Jeff Kurkjian

Guest’s Bio:

Jeff hosts “Jeff & Aimee In The Morning” on 102.7 Coyote Country in Las Vegas! Born in Dallas, raised in Maryland and a proud Syracuse University graduate, Jeff has dedicated his life to radio.

Guest’s Contact Info:

Instagram @jpkurkjian

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