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...northernmost commercial radio station. In 1950, the Alaska Womens' Pioneer Home opened at Sitka. In 1952, radio station KJNO-AM signed on the air in Juneau. In 1962, the first edition of The Tundra Times rolled off the presses. In 1969...

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This Day in History

...farthest north commercial radio station. In 1950, the Alaska Womens' Pioneer Home opened in Sitka. In 1952, radio station KJNO-AM signed on the air in Juneau. In 1962, the first edition of The Tundra Times rolled off the presses. In 1969...

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Woman says talk show induced fear of assault

...intentionally inflicted serious emotional distress. Carpenter attracted Leykis' attention after she wrote to local station KJNO-AM in July 1998 seeking to get the show off the air because she considered it vulgar. Leykis, who was taken off KJNO...

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Psychiatrist: Carpenter likely was exaggerating her stress

...Leykis derided and lewdly taunted Carpenter on the air on July 24, 1998, after Carpenter wrote a letter to local station KJNO-AM saying she had contacted advertisers about the show's vulgarity. The defense, which says Carpenter exaggerated...

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Doctor: Talk show triggered trauma

...their breasts on what he calls Flash Fridays. The dispute stems from Carpenter's effort in July 1998 to get local station KJNO-AM to cancel the Leykis show, which aired in the afternoon, because she considered it vulgar. She wrote to the station...

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Jury Clears Leykis

...to my advertisers and got my show off the air in Juneau," Leykis said. Carpenter had written a letter to local station KJNO-AM saying she had contacted advertisers about the show and wanted it off the air in Juneau. "All I did was give my...

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Shock jock on trial for emotional damages

...intentionally inflicted emotional distress. The dispute stems from Carpenter's efforts in July 1998 to get local radio station KJNO-AM to drop the syndicated Tom Leykis Show, aired in the afternoon. She told the radio station in a letter that she...

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Shock jock off hook in stress case

...Carpenter's losses rests with Alaska Broadcast Communications, which holds the federal broadcasting license for local station KJNO-AM. The station had faxed to Leykis a critical letter from Carpenter, adding a hand-written notation to "have fun...

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Jury gives Carpenter $150,000

...the first two hours of the four-hour program, and it was heard as evidence in the trial. An employee of local station KJNO-AM found the tape in 2001, apparently after requesting in 1998 a tape from Westwood One for the station's records...

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Judge: Carpenter-Leykis case presents unusual issues

...nationally syndicated show July 24, 1998, the last day it aired in Juneau. Carpenter had sent a letter July 22 to local station KJNO-AM saying she had contacted advertisers about the show's vulgarity and wanted it off the air. Leykis read Carpenter's...

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