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Brooke & Jubal Get New Producer

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Hubbard Radio Seattle has hired Jeff Dubow as the new Executive Producer for Brooke & Jubal in The Morning. The Brooke & Jubal show is heard on Hubbard's KQMV in Seattle and syndicated on over 50 stations through Premiere Radio Networks.

20 Years For Big D & Bubba

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On December 6, 1999, The Big D and Bubba Morning Show first aired on KMML-FM in Amarillo, Texas. That marked the beginning of syndication for the show, which was based at WYNK-FM in Baton Rouge back then. 

Calton Retires From WMGK

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After 26 years as WMGK-FM Philadelphia midday personality, Debbi Calton put on her headphones for the very last time Friday, December 6th. Calton had been on the air in Philly for 36 years.

KABC Announces 2020 On-Air Lineup

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Armstrong & Getty will replace Jillian Barberie and John Phillips in morning drive. Barberie has been with the station since 2014. Phillips moves to middays with Larry O'Connor. Michael Savage takes over for Peter Tilden in the evening slot.

Big Apple Promotions For iHeart

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Bernie Weiss has been named Market President for iHeartMedia in New York City and Steve DeLusant has been elevated to Region SVP of Sales. Weiss takes over for Scott Hopeck who is now the Region and Division President for iHeart's Market Groups. 

Krulwich Retiring After Half Century In Journalism

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After 15 years as the co-host of WNYC Studios’ Radiolab and a five-decade career in print, television, and radio journalism, Robert Krulwich has announced he will retire from the show in January 2020. 

Fitz Will Keep The Debates Burning

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ESPN Radio is launching an interactive weekday afternoon sports talk show, First Take, Your Take with Jason Fitz beginning January 20 at 1 p.m. ET. The two-hour show replaces Stephen A. Smith who ends his radio show at the end of the year.

Fulmino Makes Move, Takes Promotion

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iHeartMedia Kentucky-Indiana has named Jason Fulmino Regional Vice President of Automotive Sales.

Don Cheto Honored by City of L.A. 

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Nationally syndicated radio personality Don Cheto of La Que Buena 105.5/94.3 FM was honored by Los Angeles City officials with a City Proclamation of “Don Cheto Day” for his work in support of the Latino immigrant community.

Panhandle Country Radio Host Passes

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NASH-FM 105.5 Country radio host Skip Davis has died. The Fort Walton Beach station announced his passing on its Facebook page. He passed away December 3 after a battle with cancer.

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