History of Broadcasting, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia. (Links Added)

Many talented performers began their careers in early radio with Glade's help. Irma Bitner and Josephine Goff performed and directed at KSL, and Louise Hill Howe directed the "KSL Players." Alvin and Lena Marie Pack benefited from Glade's guidance. Beginning in the early 1930s, this husband and wife team added zestful advertising promotions to their live programs. Alvin Pack later managed KDYL and KALL.

In the early 1930s, A.L. (Abe) Glasmann, owner of the Ogden Standard Examiner, took over the faltering KFUR and changed the call letters to KLO. Glasmann formed the Interstate Broadcasting Corporation as parent to KLO in 1934 and hired his son-in-law George Hatch to manage the Ogden station in 1941.

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