Cory Deitz on radio.about.com takes a look at some of the “off-the-wall” things that happened in radio in 2003, including two Tennessee DJs from KISS-FM who were tossed in jail and charged with creating a public nuisance after broadcasting a ‘fake’ announcement that Eminem would be putting on a free concert at a local venue. It took 13 police cars to handle the traffic gridlock and enraged listeners.
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