That’s what his agent, Norm Schrutt told Rodney Ho at The Atlanta Journal Constitution. And Schrutt says Entercom made a reasonable offer, Cameron just decided to take a different job outside of radio. He’ll be a partner at the branding strategy firm Rakanter.
Cameron started his radio career in 1991 as an intern at V-103. He then worked overnights and weekends before taking a job Washington, DC. He returned to Atlanta to host mornings on Hot 97.5 from 1995 until 2003. He then took the PM drive job at V-103 in 2004 where he stayed until 2012, before taking over in the morning, when Frank Ski left.
Cameron said working at V-103 in Atlanta was a dream come true for him. “As an Atlanta native, it has been a dream fulfilled to be just the sixth person to host the morning show at V-103 FM. The past 25 years have been the ride of a lifetime and now I am looking forward to the next adventure.”
Entercom Atlanta Market Manager Rick Caffey added, “Ryan has been a part of the V-103 family for years and we are sad to see him go. I speak for everyone at the station when I say we wish him the absolute best and support him fully as he moves on to his next phase.”