At 6:00 p.m., a Milwaukee radio fixture for more than 40 years will end his last show on the most listened-to radio station in Wisconsin.
"This is the end of a long time here," said Green on Newsradio 620 WTMJ's "Wisconsin's Morning News."
Green, who joined Newsradio 620 WTMJ in 1969, gave part of the credit to the fact the company has maintained its ownership, and the station has maintained its format.
"If you look at all the radio stations in the country, there's only a handful that over the period that I've been here has not changed ownership, flip-flopped their format (or) changed call letters. We've evolved it. We're still owned by the same company. You can't just do that when corporations go changing things."
"I happen to be at the right place. I love taking shots at this company, but this is a great radio station."
How will Jonathan end it?
"I'm going to go out with a 60 second song. For anyone who listened in the early years, it will be recognized. I'll explain why I'm playing between 5:50 and 6:00," said Green.
"I don't want to do a mushy-old thing. I just want to do a regular radio show."
He particularly wanted to end his show's tenure with a program that would help one of the many charitable efforts he's championed over the years, Kids 2 Kids Christmas.
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