1970s-’80s sitcom station

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Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 9 Sep 21, Thursday

Random information on the term “WKRP”:

Arthur Carlson, aka “The Big Guy” is a fictional character on the television situation comedy WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–82), the general manager of the low-rated Cincinnati radio station WKRP. The character was also a regular on the “revival” series, The New WKRP in Cincinnati (1991–93), still working as general manager of WKRP. He was played by Gordon Jump in both shows.

Mr. Carlson is a well-meaning, bumbling, childlike man who is completely out of touch with the changes that have occurred in the radio and music business. He keeps his job as general manager of WKRP only because his mother, Lillian Carlson, better known as “Mama Carlson”, owns the station. Unbeknownst to him, his mother has set up WKRP as a tax write-off that is intended to lose money, and she keeps him at the station not because she wants him to succeed but because she expects him to fail.

Flashbacks in the episode “Bah, Humbug” reveal that Mr. Carlson joined WKRP as sales manager in the early 1950s. When his mother fired the previous station manager for being too generous to the employees, Arthur got his job. With the rise of rock n’ roll music, WKRP’s “beautiful music” format became outdated and a sure money-loser, appealing only to senior citizens.

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