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Host; 2008 - present 
Sirius XM is the world's largest satellite radio network, beaming over 130 channels of music, talk, news, sports and comedy throughout North America. Kendall is a host on the classic alternative music channel, First Wave.

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Host; 1989 - 1994 
"Planet Traxx" aired Sunday nights at midnight on New York's WQHT (Hot 97). Running from 1989-1994, it was the first electronica show on American commercial radio, and gave the first mainstream exposure to a host of techno and trip-hop acts including Massive Attack, The Shamen, KLF and Blackbox.

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Host; 1991-1993 
"Left of the Dial" was a radio spin-off from the TV show Kendall created and hosted for MTV, "120 Minutes." The daily five-minute show was syndicated to over 200 college radio stations across America, and featured music news and originalin-studio live performances. The show concentrated on strictlyunderground, up-and-coming music - and provided crucial exposure to artists such as Moby, Sonic Youth, and Hole's Courtney Love.

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Host; 2008 � present 
"Cross Currents" was a mainstream alternative music show syndicated across the US by SuperRadio. The music/talk formataired on CHR/AOR stations, including WNEW in New York, andfeatured exclusive interviews with Lou Reed, Live, Indigo Girls,4 Non-Blondes, Catherine and hundreds of others.

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Host; 1990-1991 
"MTV News Radio" is a nationally syndicated version of MTV's award-winning News department programming. Kendall was a regular anchor.

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