iHeart Hip Hop/R&B station WGCI-FM in Chicago has named Zach Boog Night Host (6 p.m. to 12 a.m.). Boog has been working weekends and filling in on WGCI. He previously hosted nights at 101.1 The Beat in Nashville and is a stand-up comedian.
Cumulus hired John Shomby as Director of Programming for the NASH Network in early 2016. It was a newly created position where Shomby oversaw all NASH programming for the network and syndication operations.
Scott Ferrall is a gamer. He's been hosting a sports radio show for a very long time. The man with the raspy voice is launching a weekday program across the SB Nation Radio Network starting next week.
Griffin Communications-owned 106.9 K-Hits in Tulsa has hired Kacy Termini to be part of the Chubbs for The Chubbs & Kacy Show which will launch Monday.
Veteran Golf Reporter Ann Liguori is back with the second season of her show. The Sunday morning show airs on Entercom's WFAN-AM/FM in New York City.
Key Networks premiered The Jesse Kelly Show Monday. The three hour mid-morning show, originates from 950 KRPC in Houston. Because of the COVID-19 crisis, Key Networks is offering the program through April 30 for free. Stations can try out the program, contract and commitment free.
WCIC in Peoria has named Rick Smith their new PD and on-air weekday host. Rick has worked for WCIC and WBGL for more than 15 years as Lead Network Engineer.
iHeartMedia announced today that Reggie Brown has been promoted to named PD for Milwaukee Hip Hop/R&B station WKKV-FM (V100.7). Brown also holds down afternoon drive.
Talkin' Pets, has been on the air for 30 years. Hosted by Jon Patch, the program airs live on Saturdays for from 5 PM to 8 PM. The weekly show features guests and callers discussing ways of making the planet a better place for animal friends.
Cox Media Group in Tulsa has named Frank Volpicella News Director for KOKI/FOX23. He most recently worked as GM for a monthly newspaper in Austin.