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Chubb Rock Available For New Affiliates

The Chubb Rock Show with SiMan Baby will be available 6 a.m.-10 a.m. ET Monday-Friday beginning January 6. The Urban AC show will broadcast live in the morning and will continue to be offered in other dayparts.

Flint Gospel Radio Icon Passes

Sam Williams, Gospel Radio Host for more than 50 years, has died. He was 93 years old.

Sook Appointed To BMI Board

BMI has appointed Perry Sook, Chairman, President and CEO, Nexstar Media Group, to the BMI Board of Directors, beginning January 1, 2020.

Wojtusiak Returns Home To VP Role

Vanessa Wojtusiak has been named VP of Marketing for iHeartMedia in Hartford and New Haven. Wojtusiak joins iHeartMedia Connecticut from WTNH-TV.

Veteran Media Broker Cate Moves To Appraising

After 41 years as a media broker, and 50 years in the industry, Bill Cate is leaving Media Services Group and will specialize in radio appraisals under his longtime company name of Sunbelt Media.

Terry Grieger Passes

Terry Grieger passed away peacefully in Los Angeles, November 19. Grieger was Sr. Director of Engineering at Meruelo Media.

KLOS Rock Veteran Lisa May Retiring

Long-time morning personality Lisa May announced Monday on “The Frosty, Heidi & Frank Show” on 95.5 KLOS-FM/Los Angeles, that after 30-years of waking up with Southern California listeners, she's hanging up her headphones to explore entrepreneurial interests.  

The Return Of Mean Jean

WKHT/Knoxville (Hot 104.5) has hired Mean Jean to take over afternoon drive. Chi will move from afternoons to 7 p.m. until midnight. This will be Mean Jean’s second stop at Hot 104.5, where he used to be on nights.

McComb Reaches The End Of The Road

Global News Radio 980 CKNW personality is retiring from The Jon McComb Show at the end of the year. McComb has been with the station for over 36 years and has spent the last half-century in broadcasting.

Woody & Wilcox Now In Asheville

ALT 101.1 in Asheville, NC, has picked up the nationally syndicated The Woody & Wilcox Show for its morning slot. The show originated in San Diego, in 2003, moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, and launched into syndication in 2010.

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