WNYC is adding two more reporters to the newsroom. Chau Lam will be joining as the Poverty and Economic Instability Reporter; Caroline Lewis will be the Health and Science Reporter.
The John Curley and Shari Show has debuted on KIRO. Shari Elliker has joined John Curley for the 3-7 p.m. show on the Bonneville Seattle news-talker. Elliker replaces retired co-host Tom Tangney.
Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corporation has appointed Michele Klingensmith as Director of Marketing. Klingensmith joins Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting from Phillips Respironics.
Audacy announced late Thursday that the Tiki & Tierney show will take over the 10AM to 2PM slot on WFAN in New York City. The show moves over to WFAN from the CBS Sports Radio and will replace the Moose & Maggie show who's contracts were up at the end of this year.
Red Apple Group CEO and WABC Radio owner John Catsimatidis is launching Red Apple Audio Networks, hoping to broadcast his New York City-based radio personalities to a nationwide audience.
On December 15th, his 78th birthday KRSH Santa Rosa host Bill Bowker will retire. He's been hosting on KRSH for 27 years and has worked in the market for 42 years.
For years radio stations have used voicetracking and automation technology to replace live hosts to save money. Reuters is now reporting that Artificial Intelligence start-up WellSaid Labs has developed voice technology that sounds exactly like live DJ's.
Atlantic Coast Radio has added a third live and local sports call-in show on Big Jab Sports Radio WJJB (96.3 and 92.5 FM). Maine natives Jeff and Taylor Mannix will host “Middays with Mannix and Mannix.”
Hubbard Radio is adding Tim McKernan and 'The Morning After' to its on-air and digital mix in St. Louis. The program features market veterans McKernan, Doug Vaughn, Ken "Iggy" Strode and Jackson Burkett.
Maggie Gray and Andrew Perloff will be teaming up for a new show on CBS Sports Radio. Audacy says the afternoon show will be heard on more than 300 stations beginning January 3.