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Brian Oake

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Show Traffic Jam
Station(s) KTCZ-FM
Time slot 2pm-7pm
Show After Hours in Studio C
Time slot 7pm-12mid
Country  United States

Brian Oake is a radio broadcast personality in the Minneapolis, Minnesota radio market. Oake currently is a host on KTCZ-FM (97.1 FM), in the afternoons, and also hosts a special weekend program on that station called Freedom Rock.

Oake's credits include work on previous Twin Cities radio formats, Rev105[1] and Zone105.[2][3][4] In 1998, City Pages listed Oake as the "Best FM Radio Personality" for his work on Zone 105.[5]

Oake is a weekly guest each Tuesday on local sports-talk station AM 1130 KFAN to talk about music, as both KTCZ and KFAN are owned by Clear Channel Communications.


  1. ^ Walsh, Jim (1994-05-01). "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (It Will Be On The Radio)". St. Paul Pioneer Press: p. 1E. "In addition to Cole and Turner, the regular REV staff will include Twin Cities radio graduates Shelly Miller (KJ-104), Brian Oake (Radio K) and Chris Hodapp."  
  2. ^ Lambert, Brian (2003-11-02). "U Station passes the test with "real music-lovers'". Saint Paul Pioneer Press: p. E1.  
  3. ^ Holston, Noel (1997-07-26). "Edge build with Oake; Savage stunts are out". Minneapolis Star Tribune.  
  4. ^ Diers, James (1997-11-19). "Evolution Radio: Zoning Out: New Zone 105 recruit Brian Oake". City Pages.  
  5. ^ "The Best of the Twin Cities". City Pages. 1998-05-13. "Brian Oake is one of the few reasons left in this town to turn on the radio."  


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