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7 Moving Up At Skyview

Broadcast technology and national network sales solutions company Skyview Networks has announced seven significant promotions. 

Wattles Named News Director 

Magnum.Media has named Stuart J. Wattles News Director of Oldies station WRJN and Country station WVTY, both in Wisconsin.

Arkansas Host Gets Movie Role

Roger Scott, morning show co-host for Signal Media's 103.7 The Buzz (KABZ-FM) in Little Rock will appear in a movie called Antiquities.

Neaverth Switches Shifts

Dan Neaverth is moving from Friday afternoons to Monday mornings at WECK AM/FM, which serves the Buffalo-Niagara Falls region. He will join Gail and Tom in the Morning every Monday morning.

Breakfast Club Win Again

Morning team DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God have been named number one on The Source magazine's list of the most powerful Hip-Hop DJs for the sixth consecutive year. 

Key Promotions At Townsquare

Townsquare Media has promoted current Northwest Regional VP Kevin Godwin (pictured) to Senior VP, taking on additional market oversight responsibilities, and in doing so, will relinquish his current Boise Market President duties.

Bailey Launches New Product For Radio

Sun Broadcast Group President and Founder Jason Bailey's digital company Reatro Ventures has released a new affiliate relations product. Affiliate Research Client has been something Bailey has been working on inside SBG since 2017.

“Dan O’Donnell Show” Comes To Madison

News Talk 1310 WIBA/Madison, WI, has picked up the syndicated The Dan O’Donnell Show. It will air weekdays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Laboe Wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Magic 92.5 in San Diego presented the station’s first-ever Magic 92.5 Lifetime Achievement Award to radio broadcasting veteran Art Laboe on Saturday night, February 9, at Pechanga Arena in San Diego.

Hall Of Famer Bruce Williams Dies

“Welcome my friends-welcome to my world.” It was with those words radio talk show host Bruce Williams began his nationally syndicated show for more than 29 years. Williams died Saturday at his home near Tampa after a brief illness. He was 86.

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