It's a long way from tin-can microphones and egg cartons to the ultra-modern
KQV studios but Larry Aiken made it . . . in a big way. As Larry says,
"There's never been a time when I wasn't interested in radio and television."
The tin cans and egg cartons were six-year-old Larry's props as he played radio in his home town of Evansville, Indiana. Just eight years later he was hired by the local station and rapidly advanced to his own show.
The next move for Larry was Louisville, Kentucky where he did his own 7 p.m. to midnight show and a TV program. Now at KQV, he fills the important 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. slot with a fast moving, top rated show.
with Larry Aiken from 3 to 6:30 p.m. Thought
of radio career at six years of age.
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