Former Georgia Tech Quarterback Joe Hamilton has been named color analyst for football broadcasts on the Georgia Tech Sports Network, beginning this season. Hamilton is the co-host of "The Locker Room" morning show on WCNN "The Fan" in Atlanta.
Jimmy Ray Dunn is back on WGH-FM, Norfolk, Virginia. Dunn was morning co-host on "The Eagle" for 20 years, left for other pursuits for seven years, and has returned to host afternoons.
Former syndicated radio host Tom Joyner has sold his waterfront mansion in Golden Beach, Florida for $19 million, according to The L.A. Times. He purchased the 7,340 square foot home in 2010 for $10.5 million and did $7.5 million worth of renovations. Joyner retired back in 2019.
Known as the Voice of Cherokee, lifelong Cherokee County Georgia radio icon Byron Dobbs has died. In his more than 65 years in radio he worked for four-decades at Canton, Georgia radio station WCHK, 35 of those years as General Manager.
The NFL's L.A. Raiders announced that Jason Horowitz will replace the recently departed Brent Musburger in the radio booth starting with this upcoming season. Horowitz has worked for CBS Sports Network, Westwood One, SiriusXM and ESPNU.
Premiere Networks-syndicated personality Delilah has been added to the lineup at Audacy’s WMJX-FM in Boston. Delilah will be heard weekdays and Sundays from 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. ET.
Josh Holleman is the new Assistant Brand Manager of WYCD-FM, Detroit. Holleman will continue in his role as morning show co-host for the station.
Marshal Burgess has been named iHeartMedia Market President for Portland. Burgess, who's spent his entire life in the city of Portland, will now be in charge of iHeart's eight-station cluster in that market.
Kenny Perez has been named as Assistant Program Director and Afternoon Drive Host on WYMS-FM in Milwaukee. His resume includes five years as Audio Production Manager at the station and six years on the air at the University of Wisconsin's WSUW-FM.