Wednesday, August 21, 2019

St. Louis Radio: Harry Hamm Pleads 'Not Guilty' To Additional Charges

Harry Hamm
Harry Hamm, a former longtime KMOX 1120 AM radio broadcaster and entertainment editor, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to federal child pornography charges.

According to, the 77-year-old Hamm is already facing felony charges of second-degree statutory sodomy, incest and possession of child pornography in St. Louis County Circuit Court. He pleaded not guilty to those charges in May and has been released on bond.

Charging documents in that case accuse Hamm of having “deviate sexual intercourse” with a child younger than 17 and having child porn on his phone.

Hamm was indicted Aug. 1 in federal court in St. Louis on two counts of possession of child porn and one count of access with intent to view child porn. The indictment accuses him of possessing images containing child porn on two iPhones, and accessing child porn stored on an online photo storage account.

Hamm started his broadcasting career with KMOX in 1975 by sharing entertainment reviews on the Jack Carney show, his former KMOX bio said in April. He was a regular on “Total Information AM Weekend Edition” and a contributor on the “Charlie Brennan Show,” the bio said. He also covered theater openings and movies.

Hamm was dismissed when the station found out he’d been arrested.

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