Emma was brought up with an appreciation for music and culture. Put those two things together and you get EASTIFY, a one-stop shop of music coming from Asian creators. She has an inquisitive mind with a bachelor’s in Journalism and Broadcast that aids her in interviewing talented artists within the genre. One day she hopes to grow her show to help underserved artists within the Asian community find their voice and hear their music on the radio too. Check out her interviews with Kpop artists from20, HELLO GLOOM, Rolling Quartz, and Tri.Be; and Jpop group MADKID and don’t forget to stay tuned!
Hallyu Wednesday is made up of two K-Pop programs which share this time slot. Halllyu is pronounced Hal-you. Quick little definition in case some don't know, the Hallyu Wave is what Kpop and Korean culture was called when it first started expanding across the world.
Rhythm and Seoul Radio airs on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays.
Eastify airs on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays.
Rhythm and Seoul Radio (https://kkfi.org/program/rhythm-and-seoul-radio/), hosted by Trisch Doherty and Meighan Feifer, brings your favorite songs from the heart of Seoul to the heart of Kansas City. Here you will enjoy the best K-pop music in Kansas City. Listen to K-pop hits from all times; classic to new releases.
Eastify (https://kkfi.org/program/eastify/), hosted by Emma Fotovich, is an East Asian show that focuses on bringing all genres of music right to your radio. This show is where you hear all the greatest hits and unknown bops from Chinese, Korean and Japanese cultures. If you liked the Gangnam Style craze then you are sure to love this variety show!
Listen live on KKFIEvery Wednesday 7:00pm
Siren Song is an eclectic mix of music from local, national and world artists sprinkled with the occasional interview from movers and shakers.
Listen live on KKFIEvery Saturday at 11:00am
"Eastify" is a East Asian show that focuses on bringing all genres of music right to your radio. This show is where you hear all the greatest hits and unknown bops from Chinese, Korean and Japanese cultures. If you liked the Gangnam Style craze then you are sure to love this variety show!
This Korean Pop Music show introduces East Asian music to the KCMO area while also giving it a presence on local radio. I think learning about other cultures through music is the best way.
Eastify airs on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at 7:00pm as a part of the Hallyu Wednesday program.