Tony Brown had been part of WDAS-FM in Philadelphia for over 45 years before retiring in 2018 for health reasons. Brown died Wednesday. The station will be paying tribute to Brown all day today.
Power 106.9 (KOPW-FM) has added The Breakfast Club to the line-up. The move shifts the daily schedule on the NRG Media station.
Sandye Taylor is joining BMI as Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer. She will be a member of the company’s Executive Leadership Team.
850 ESPN Cleveland is creating a new, special hour of The Really Big Show beginning Monday, March 1. RBS Next will see afternoon host Emmett Golden joining RBS hosts Tony Rizzo and Aaron Goldhammer for an hour a day.
Clark Howard is the recipient of this year’s Andrew Ashwood Award. The syndicated consumer guru will be presented the award at Talk Show Boot Camp Twelvethat will happen virtually, March 18 and 19.
iHeart adds The Jubal Show to mornings on Power 96.1 in Atlanta. Jubal replacing PK in the Morning. The nationally syndicated show is co-hosted by Jubal Fresh, his wife Alex Fresh and English Evan.
Connoisseur Connecticut’s morning duo Chaz and AJ (WPLR and WFOX), helped raise over $88,400 in cash for Jimmy Koplik’s ‘Coats For A Cause.’ All the money raised will go towards purchasing EMPWR coats for Bridgeport’s homeless.
John Clayton “The Professor” is joining Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan (KKFN-FM). The Pro Football Hall of Famers will become the Senior Broncos Writer for DenverFan.com and appear regularly on the air.
Rachel Ryan is the new midday host on 96.3/KSCS-FM in Dallas. Ryan joins the line-up from Cumulus sister station WWWQ Q99.7 in Atlanta.
The Pike 100 FM (WWFX-FM) in Worcester, MA has moved Mike Hsu to morning drive. Hsu, who joined the station in 2020, was most recently heard evenings.