Clarence M. Mitchell IV, known as "C4" to WBAL NewsRadio 1090/FM 101.5 listeners has been named "Best Radio Host". Baltimore Magazine conducted the 2020 Readers Poll.
Howard University Radio WHUR 96.3 debuts a new Sunday line-up. Gospel radio veterans Winston Chaney and Jacquie Gales-Webb will be heard Sunday mornings.
Dakota Woods is the new Townsquare Market Manager in Lawton, Oklahoma. Prior to re-joining Townsquare, Woods was LSM and Digital Sales Manager for Gray Television (KSWO) in Lawton. Previously he worked in sales for Townsquare in Lawton.
Dave “DG” Gillen is the new Program Director at WEBR-1440, Buffalo. Gillen, has been serving as National Sales Manager for the station since it launched in July.
He's had a radio career that's lasted 50 years, mostly in Iowa. On January 8th, Harden will retire. He plans to travel with his wife, write books and invent. Earlier this year Harden's long-time morning show co-host Bonnie Lucas retired.
Keith Sweat has been working with Premiere for 13 years now and that relationship will continue. The network announced Tuesday that it has renewed its partnership with the R&B legend to continue hosting The Sweat Hotel, which is heard on over 60 stations.
Townsquare's Country station WITL-FM in Lansing has hired Cadillac Jack and Erica Gray to host mornings. They replace Banana Don & Stephanie McCoy.
Connoisseur Media and Compass Media Networks today announced a multiyear partnership for the national syndication of The Anna & Raven Morning Show. The duo is based in Connecticut and also heard on WALK-FM on Long Island.
Jim Richmond has been hired as the Bonneville Seattle media cluster’s Director of Sales. He takes over for Cathy Cangiano who has been promoted to SVP Market Manager in the cluster.
Country radio personality Shawn Parr, host of nationally syndicated Shawn Parr’s Across the Country, is set to host a 10 week free virtual concert series. Taking the Highways Across America is sponsored by Camping World.