Spanish radio visionary killed


The San Francisco Chronicle reports that Susan Ali Shepherd, age 53, was killed Friday night when a car struck her as she crossed a San Francisco street with her husband and some friends. Shepherd was the GM when KSOL-FM launched in 1996. Now owned by Univision Radio, KSOL is the top-rated Spanish station in the market.

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