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Tom Hanrahan

Hanrahan Saddles Up For SummitMedia Country

Tom Hanrahan is pinning on the PD badge for Birmingham's WZZK, as he moves to SummitMedia to become Vice President of Country Programming and Talent Development.
Toni Coonce

WideOrbit Promotes Coonce To CRO

In a Monday announcement, WideOrbit promoted Toni Coonce to be their new Chief Revenue Officer. Coonce will also continue as the company's Executive Vice President of Sales. She started at WideOrbit in 2006.
Tyler Moody - CMG Radio

Cox Media Taps Moody For Digital Director

Cox Media Group has a new leader for the company's digital efforts. WarnerMedia Podcast Network creator Tyler Moody has been named CMG's Director of Digital Content for radio. He is tasked with growing digital audiences and unifying content.
Greg Chance

Chance Back At iHeart As SVPP

iHeartMedia announced Monday that Greg Chance has been named Senior Vice President/Programming for Des Moines, St. Louis, Indianapolis, and the North Dakota Area. Chance will manage programming teams on more than 20 stations in those markets.
Cameron Maybin

Former Detroit Outfielder Joins Tiger Radio Team

The Detroit Tigers radio team is drafting new talent for the 2023 season. Former Tiger outfielder Cameron Maybin is joining the broadcast squad for about thirty road games this year. Maybin joins longtime Detroit radio play-by-play man Dan Dickerson.
Leah Henry

Henry Changes Clusters At Urban One

Urban One Columbus has found its new Midday talent for Power 107.5/106.3 (WCKX/WHTD) in Leah Henry. Henry previously worked at Urban One's 93.9FM WKYS in Washington, D.C. as a personality, Executive Producer, and digital content creator.
Johnny Maze

Maze Navigates Back To Wichita

SummitMedia is bringing Johnny Maze back to Wichita as Program Director for T-95 (KICT). Maze previously programmed the Active Rock station and sister station KFXJ from 2011 to 2016. Maze will also take over T-95 afternoons.
Scott Winters

WFGR Afternoon Host Hanging Up Headphones

Townsquare Media drive time personality Scott Winters announced his decision to retire from the air on his personal blog on Wednesday. In his third decade of broadcasting, Winters has been handling afternoons at 98.7 WFGR in Grand Rapids.
Pam Carr

Indy Account Exec Passes

Pam Carr, who spent years as an account executive in Indianapolis, has passed away at 69. Carr worked at numerous Indy radio stations, including WIFE. Carr was the wife of the late on-air personality Steve Cooper..
Michael Kay

NYC ESPN Host Strikes Out Retirement Rumors

After months of rumors that he would retire from radio, Michael Kay announced on his show that he has a new contract with Good Karma Brands' 98.7 ESPN New York (WEPN). Kay's contract was set to expire in September.

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