About KLRNRadio

Our History

In 2010, Rick Robinson felt that America was going off the rails, and he could no longer stand by and do nothing. People needed to be educated about the differences between the parties, but there was no avenue for him to express his views. After a radio industry friend practically laughed him out of his office, Rick started a Facebook page and began sparring with his friends.Rick
The rules were simple: no name calling and no profanity. All views were welcomed.

In 2011, Rick began recording podcasts, and he was getting some attention. Others wanted to have their say. The Spark Radio Network was born.

Five years later, and what started as a spark has become a full radio network, with many shows and more starting every month.

KLRN Radio, a subsidiary of Spark Radio Network, first graced the airways in August klrn shelf2016. We have a long way to go, but our goal is simple: to provide a voice for the people.
The rules were simple: no name calling and no profanity. All views were welcomed.
In 2011, Rick began recording podcasts, and he was getting some attention. Others wanted to have their say.constitution
The Spark Radio Network was born.
Five years later, and the rules are still simple, but with a few additions:
• Stand for something
• Be willing to speak your mind
• Mark your podcast explicit, or keep profanity out of it
• All points of view are welcome
While that original Facebook page is no longer with us, Rick will always support the ideals of free speech, and will continue to do so until his dying day.

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