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Linda Lopez Returns

Lopez is back at WCBS 880 (WCBS-AM) in New York, as the midday news anchor and special projects reporter for the station. Lopez previously served as news anchor and special correspondent for the station from 2009 to 2016. 

Woods Takes On New Diversity Role

NPR’s Keith Woods has been promoted from his current position of Vice President of Newsroom Training and Diversity to the newly created position of Chief Diversity Officer. 

Sullivan To Run Denver For Entercom

Chuck Sullivan is the new Market Manager for Entercom's Denver cluster which includes KQMT-FM, KALC-FM, KQKS-HD2, KEZW-AM and KQKS-FM). Sullivan succeeds John Fullam, who recently announced his retirement.

Radio Is A Savage Business

That's what longtime San Diego host AJ Machado said after he and his co-host Sara Perry were let go by Entercom this week. The story was reported by Channel 7 in San Diego and on Machado and Perry's Facebook pages.

Katz Promotes Ramos

Katz Media Group has promoted Rick Ramos to SVP of Multicultural Partnerships. Ramos will now oversee the creation of multicultural audio marketing campaigns. He will continue to lead advocacy efforts for multicultural advertising.

Bolden Back To HQ

Cumulus VP of AC Formats Emily Boldon is returning to corporate headquarters in Atlanta to focus on the company’s AC radio stations and the expansion of music scheduling software Stratus.

Congratulations Angelo

SportsRadio WIP Philadelphia morning man Angelo Cataldi is the 2020 recipient of the Bill Campbell Broadcast Award which is presented by the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association.

Broker Glenn Serafin Passes

Well-known media broker Glenn Serafin, 69, passed away on Monday, January 20, 2020 in Tampa after suffering a massive stroke.

Bohannon Makes Missouri HOF

Jim Bohannon will be inducted into the Missouri Broadcasters Association’s Hall of Fame on Saturday, June 6, at the Lodge of Four Seasons in Lake Ozark.

New Morning Show In Portland

Portland Variety station K103 (KKCW) will have a new morning show as of February 3 — K103 Mornings with Stacey & Mike.

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