Kellie Rasberry, longtime co-host of The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show, is this year's winner of the award, presented by the Mentoring and Inspiring Women in Radio Group.
Tom Nalen is joining Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan in Denver. He'll co-host afternoon drive with Darren “DMac” McKee. Nalen is a member of the Denver Broncos Ring of Fame and one of the most honored players in franchise history.
She’s been the Queen of Midday in Los Angeles for three decades, winning a slew of awards and ratings battles with 94.7 The Wave. Trigueros has also been off-stage announcer for numerous high-profile events.
KISS 104.1 WALR-FM/Atlanta has added Dyron Ducati as its new midday host. Ducati’s radio career began 16 years ago in New Orleans where he was the co-host and morning show producer for Q93.3.
Alpha Media Portland has named Sara Perrin as Marketing Director. In her new role, Perrin will support efforts created and facilitated by different department and profit centers.
Alpha Ohio Operations Manager (Dayton, Canton/Akron) Bo Matthews has been named Rhythm Format Captain. Matthews will continue to oversee his respective stations in addition to his expanded roles.
Nashville Public Radio has named former CBS Radio executive Steve Swenson as its new President and CEO. Swenson succeeds Rob Gordon who announced his retirement after 24 years as CEO.
After all his hard work in Little Rock, iHeartMedia is promoting Jeff Cage to Region Senior VP of Programming for St. Louis. Cage spent 15 years in Little Rock working for iHeart.
This goes back to a story we first told you about on April 4 when Marsh quit his long-time hosting job at St. Louis Public Radio. Marsh says he was called into a manager's office after saying to a guest, "You Look Great."
Afternoon drive personality Andre Gardner has signed a multi-year deal to remain at Beasley’s WMGK-FM in Philadelphia. Gardner, who recently celebrated his 17th anniversary on the air, originally joined the Classic Rock station in April of 2002.