Kim “Kid” Curry, former radio DJ and program director, gets back behind the mic in this deeply inspiring episode of the Ramos Law Difference Makers Podcast! Join us as Dr. Jim Hoven engages in a candid and thought-provoking conversation with Kim, covering his illustrious career in radio, his resilience in living with multiple sclerosis, and his passion for bringing back fairness in media through his powerful books.
Kim takes us back to his early days in radio, sharing how he became the iconic “Kid” Curry, the fascinating path he navigated in the broadcasting industry, and how his radio career came to an end after his official diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. As Kim opens up about his chronic illness, he shares both the challenges and triumphs during the nearly 20 years after his diagnosis. During this time, he took up writing, sharing his passion for social justice and media fairness through in his books, particularly “The Death of Fairness” and “Bonnie’s Law, The Return to Fairness.” These thought-provoking works delve into the Fairness Doctrine and its rescission by the FCC, sparking a compelling dialogue about the importance of balanced perspectives in media.
Prepare to be moved as Kim shares how his journey has provided him with a second chance at life, inspiring others to find strength, hope, and purpose even in the face of adversity.
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