Show Hosts

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Chris Cantore is a community-focused, surf-loving, music enthusiast with 20 years of multimedia experience, including an 11-year run hosting mornings on 91X, launching NBC/San Diego’s music platform, sounddiego, operated his own digital creative agency before landing at 102.1/KPRi.

In addition to hosting the Morning Show here on 102.1 KPRi, Chris is the Director of Lifestyle & Entertainment at U-T San Diego, is active in the Surfrider Foundation and Big Brothers of San Diego, and when not working, Cantore is spending time with his family, or surfing.

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Jodina

Jodina gets you through your work day, and wakes you up slow on Sunday Morning Unplugged, from 7-10am.

Jodina’s career has spanned the dial from radio to TV. Her voice-overs have been heard on promos and commercials for clients including Nickelodeon, Home Depot, Hampton Bay Fans and PBS.

You’ve seen her on TV hosting many an infomercial or as a traffic reporter in the sky and at the news desk. Jodina is also a producer and copywriter specializing in award winning radio commercials and also on occasion consults as a media and voice over coach.

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You know Robert as host of Nighttime Words and Music each evening on KPRi… and he’s also one of the two local owners of KPRi.

“My first experience in radio was as an on-air performer in high school. A buddy of mine had built an illegal AM station in his basement. My partner Jonathan and I made a solemn vow that we were going to be partners and never work for anybody but ourselves for the rest of our lives. That was almost 20 years ago.”

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Annrae

I grew up in Southern California on a steady diet of 70′s & 80′s rock. When the 90′s rolled around, I discovered a new musical obsession, Alternative. I was lucky enough spent most of my radio career on Alternative radio stations across the country, but never forgot my deep rooted love for the music I grew up with.

In 2011, I landed at KPRI, where I intend to stay for a very long time… seriously, I play all my favorite music for a living. What more can a girl ask for?

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Kelly Cole

Kelly Cole is the host of Lites Out, smooth jazz and soulful contemporary music.

The first day of my first job in radio, the Program Director told me he didn’t like my name (Belinda Cole) and suggested I change it or go home. The suggestions were Kitty Morgan, Kelly Morgan, Kitty Cole or Kelly Cole. 1st, I am not a Kitty, so Kelly Cole was born.

After years as the Music Director at KIFM, they switched formats and left the artists and their fans without a home in San Diego. So, Lites Out with Kelly Cole on 102.1 KPRi was born!

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Cathryn and Jeff Berkley

The Homegrown Hour is San Diego’s longest running local music radio show!

Join Cathryn Beeks of ListenLocalsd.com along with producer Jeff Berkley of Berkley Sound every Sunday at 9pm for an hour of local music from San Diego’s amazing music scene.

Visit The Homegrown Hour here!

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David Boylan LTP

I love hosting Lick the Plate weekdays at 4:10p & 7:10p on KPRi and writing the column by the same name in the Coast News.

I’m not a critic, I tell stories about and bring attention to the very talent, eclectic mix of culinary personalities in San Diego and now on a national level. Those personalities span a wide spectrum of chefs, restaurant owners, brewers, growers, writers, foodies, athletes, and other random culinary businesses ranging from lowbrow to highbrow and everything in between. I also highlight fun culinary events around town and share other information all you foodies might find interesting.

I am always looking for interesting people to interview and write about so feel free to respond with suggestions. Enjoy!

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