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Sean Demery resides in Park City, Utah with his wife and two rescue pups.   He is a 30 year radio programming veteran who has worked in Fresno, San Antonio, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Los Angeles, San Diego, Atlanta and San Francisco.  Sean has worked at really cool stations like KYNO, KTFM, KGGI (99.1), WAPW(Power99), WNNX(99X), KITS(Live105), KMTT, KXRK (X96) among others.  He enjoys snowboarding, hot tubbing with his wife, getting the pups to stop barking at the moose in the yard and talking about himself in third person.

Sean (again in third person) is currently working on a new concept with Paragon Media Strategies and Spartnet Communications that will probably change the paradigm of the radio listening experience.  If not that, it’ll cause a ruckus that will be loud and obnoxious.

7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. allan Peck  |  January 25, 2008 at 11:26 pm

    Glad to see you’re doing well. Keep in touch, man…just don’t actually touch me. That was kinda weird.

    AP2

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  • 2. brittany  |  January 28, 2008 at 5:31 pm

    Hey. Miss you. I was sad I didn’t get to say goodbye. Call/text/email/telepathically contact me whenever.

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  • 3. Kevin  |  January 30, 2008 at 7:49 pm

    Sean,

    Thank you for the post. I moved to the ATL area in ’89 and I was there when the switch was made to 99x. Long story short, through college, the Army, and moving to and fro ATL 99x was there.

    99x was the soundtrack of my life at the time.

    You, Leslie, Jimmy, Barnes, Crash, et al will be missed.

    And I am proud to say…….My name is Kevin and I AM 99X.

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  • 4. Lisa  |  February 1, 2008 at 5:36 pm

    Sean! Thanks for your post. I miss you. I cried when you left 99x the first time and I cried the 2nd time. I was unconsolable when 99x went away. Talking to a friend in a meeting this morning our question is “now where do we get alternative music”?

    I hope you and your wife and dog are all doing very well. Keep up your webblog.

    I am very proud and grateful we had you and 99x for the many years we did. Thank you and I’m waving!

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  • 5. Kristen  |  February 4, 2008 at 3:58 pm

    Thank you for your blog…it was wonderful to read about the history of 99X and sadly about its demise. Losing 99X has been such a shock. Thank you for coming back to Atlanta when you did. You are missed!

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  • 6. Scott Mahaffy  |  February 20, 2008 at 1:20 am

    Sean –

    99X may be gone but it is not forgotten, especially in its prime years (the 90’s). I relive many of its former hits on M*A*S*H_man_radio at slacker.com. I made the station as a tribute to all the great songs that 99x and you helped make to the airwaves and into sucess. After moving from Atlanta I suffered the 99X and Sean Demery DT’s and withdrawls — PLEASE let all of us know if you take up residence on the air or web again after all — we all need a Sean fix now and again -Don’t change a thing!- Best Of Luck and keep in touch! – Scott

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  • 7. Eyelid Surgery  |  November 22, 2010 at 6:39 pm

    when i was younger, i always love the tune of alternative music compared to pop music *`,

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