Matthews’ bio is still active online at 580 WHP in Harrisburg but it appears that his days in ‘corporate radio’ have come to an end.
One affiliate station told Radio Ink, “Ken did something shocking, so they ended his contract with him.”
Matthews has a passion for people, politics, pop culture, piano, and pistols. And believe me, BNM's Jim Cryns talked about it all with him.
WHP 580's Ken Matthews told Barrett News Media that talk radio would "save live radio" because it's the most viable format in the medium.