City Hall Blog WRR-FM to ‘build for the future’ with local show ‘Jazz at Fair Park’ debuting Sunday night



Vicki Meek, manager of the South Dallas Cultural Center, on the set of

Vicki Meek, manager of the South Dallas Cultural Center, on the set of ‘Mississippi Goddamn” in February (Rex C. Curry/Special contributor)

Back in January WRR’s interim general manager George Landis filled us in on some programming changes meant to make the city-owned classical-music enterprise “a vital, interesting station again.” But for some of us, the big news came today: Starting Sunday night at 7, WRR will begin airing a weekly hour-long program titled Jazz at Fair Park, which will be hosted by South Dallas Cultural Center Director Vicki Meek. (It’s a far better timeslot than KNON’s jazz show, which airs during the wee small hours of the morning twice a week.)

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