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KMIH Broadcasting Seafair Hydro Races and Blue Angels Performance

KMIH Broadcasting Seafair Hydro Races and Blue Angels Performance
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KMIH Broadcast students and teachers Joe Bryant and Natalie Woods

Left to right - front row - Aadyaa Singhal , Ellie Sadlier, Natalie Woods. Back row - Joe Bryant , Hailey Nguyen, Chloe Yang, John Kasprick, Julia Sommerfield, Sophie Cartwright. (photo credit Jeff Cook)

KMIH Broadcasting Seafair Hydro Races and Blue Angels Performance

Mercer Island, WA, July 17, 2024 - Log Boom Radio returns to the KMIH 88.9 The Bridge airwaves August 2-4 to broadcast the Seafair Unlimited Hydroplane races and Blue Angels air show.

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This the 75th anniversary of Seafair and the fifth year MIHS students have broadcast the races.

“It should be a fun weekend,” said MIHS broadcast media teacher Joe Bryant. “There are more students than ever taking part in and helping with the broadcast and it's awesome to see so many young people excited to participate in this annual Seattle summer tradition.”

KMIH will be broadcasting from the hydro pits all three days of Seafair. Listen to the KMIH 88.9 The Bridge

Seafair has provided a ticket discount code for Mercer Island residents and KMIH listeners for Weekend General Admission Tickets. Use MIRADIO24 to receive 20% off Seafair Weekend General Admission tickets on the Seafair website.

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