One of the most familiar voices on the radio is ending his run on SiriusXM tomorrow night. Cousin Brucie announced to his 60,000 Facebook followers that Saturday night will be his final show on SiriusXM, where the 84-year old has spent the last 15 years.
Amanda Carroll has joined Salem Media Group’s Music Network in Nashville. Salem Music Network will produce Carroll’s five-hour show for daily syndication beginning Monday.
The Frank Ski Show with Nina Brown takes over afternoons August 3 on 96.3 WHUR. It's been a bit of a shuttle back-and-forth from WVEE in Atlanta to WHUR in DC for Ski.
Voice-over artist and host Cayman Kelly is set to work with ESPN Audio in August. Kelly will be heard on the network’s programming including updates, promotions, digital podcasts and live event content.
Starting August 3 The Morning Mess comes to 97.1 AMP (KAMP-FM). A special LA edition of the show from Live 101.5 (KALV-FM) in Phoenix will hit morning drive.
Businessman, talk show host and former GOP Presidential candidate Herman Cain has died. Reports indicate the 74 year old died after a month long battle with the Coronavirus.
Dan Sileo announced on Twitter that he has a new deal with USA Radio Networks and will be syndicated into Dallas, Miami and Minneapolis starting Monday. Sileo's last three stops were San Diego, Phoenix and Twitch TV.
Ace, co-host of the syndicated Ace & TJ Morning Show, lost his 21-year old daughter in a car crash Wednesday morning. Investigators say the incident took place just after midnight in Mooresville, North Carolina.
Scott Jameson is the new Director of Programming for Beasley's Detroit cluster. Jameson's last gig was with Cumulus as VP of Classic Rock Programming, PD at KQRS-FM and Ops Manager for 2 other stations in Minneapolis. He replaces Jerry Tarrants who exited earlier this month.
Al Beck is the new nighttime personality Beasley Media Group's 96 K-ROCK (WRXK-FM) in Fort Myers, Florida. The new duties were added to his present work at WRIF-FM in Detroit and ROCK 92.9 in Boston.