Carl Nelson

Host, The Carl Nelson Show, WOL-AM; former news director, KJLH

Former news director of KJLH and current host of The Carl Nelson Show on WOL-AM

Carl Nelson on KCRW

When the LA Riots broke out, KJLH-FM dropped its all-music format to become a voice for the community. Its former news director reflects on the events.

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When the LA Riots broke out, KJLH-FM dropped its all-music format to become a voice for the community. Its former news director reflects on the events.

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