The man of many roles — TV/Radio host, comedian, actor, producer, rapper, writer, philanthropist, children’s book author, and activist — Nick Cannon, will join the hip hop station as host of Nick Cannon Mornings.
Robby Bowen is the new D.O.S. for the Entercom cluster in New Orleans (WEZB-FM, WKBU-FM, WLMG-FM, WWWL-AM, and WWL AM and FM).
Kelly Mac is the new Program Director at Urban AC KTCX-FM/Magic 102.5 in Beaumont. Mac has also worked in Charleston, SC, Mobile, Greenville, SC, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, and Charlotte.
Paris Nicole has been promoted to Program Director of WPHI-FM/Philadelphia, becoming the youngest PD at Radio One. She started at Radio One in 2010, working her way up from intern to top-rated on-air personality.
In addition to the three broadcasters entering the Arizona Broadcasters Association’s Hall of Fame in September, Griselda Zetino, a reporter at KTAR-FM/Phoenix, has won a Newcomer of the Year Award.
Maggie Corry, 88Nine Radio Milwaukee’s membership manager for the last three years, has been named the non-commercial station’s Development Director. Before going to 88Nine, Corry served as a fundraising consultant.
Wednesday’s sold-out UJA-Federation of New York’s annual Music Visionary of the Year Award Luncheon honored Bob Pittman, Rich Bressler, John Sykes, and Tom Poleman.
Jeff Brummel has been named SummitMedia’s Group National Sales Manager. Brummel was previously Director, National Sales for one of the country’s largest radio broadcasting companies.
Skyview Networks and ABC Radio have added celebrity chef Carla Hall to their talent lineup. Hall was a competitor on Bravo's Top Chef and Top Chef: All Stars, as well as a former co-host of ABC's Emmy-award-winning daily lifestyle show The Chew.
As reported by abcfoxmontana.com, Craig Johnson of The Trail 103.3 in Missoula, Montana, has retired after more than 40 years in the radio business. Most recently he has been hosting the Morning Trail show with Missoula Broadcasting.