The Dave Ramsey Show is now part of the Talk Radio 1210 WPHT line-up, airing weekdays from 9 p.m. to midnight. CBS Radio Market Manager David Yadgaroff said, “We couldn’t be more pleased to bring Dave Ramsey to WPHT."
Bonneville's Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan (KKFN-FM) in Denver announced Cecil Lammey will be the host of The Football Insider with Cecil Lammey, weekdays from 9-11 a.m. beginning today (Monday).
Ohana Broadcast Company has promoted Denise Roberts to General Sales Manager for its Kauai radio cluster. Roberts began her radio career in 1997 on Kauai at KONG Radio Group. She initially worked as the Traffic Manager for six years, then moved into sales as an Account Executive for 13 years.
WHHY, All the Hits Y102 announced the return of John Garrett and Tommy Fields (pictured). Beginning, Monday, March 14, The John and Tommy Morning Show, will from 6-10 a.m. at 101.9 on your FM dial and streaming live at Y102Montgomery.com.
Julio Liberman's radio career began in the 1960s, when he and his brothers purchased KLVE in Los Angeles and flipped the format to become the first Spanish-language FM in the city, and the second in the United States. In 2013, Mr. Liberman received Radio Ink’s Lifetime Leadership Award, the highest honor of the Medallas de Cortez Awards. Julio Liberman is the father of Entravision's COO Jeff Liberman. He was 87.
Greg Mozingo is the new program director for KVOO and KXBL, two Tulsa, Oklahoma, radio stations operated by The E.W. Scripps. He begins his new role on March 14. Mozingo comes to Tulsa from St. Louis where he was program director for the past 13 years at WIL-FM.
Minnesota Public Media news has named Nancy Cassutt as executive director, MPR News and Programming. She replaces interim news lead Mike Reszler, who stepped in last summer when Chris Worthington, the former managing director of news.
Norm Winer was PD for CBS Radio's WXRT-FM since 1979. He was recently given the title of Director of WXRT Music Initiatives & Special Programming. On Wednesday he announced, after 36 years at the same station, he's leaving.
The Board of Directors of Saga Communications has promoted Warren Lada to COO. Lada was Executive Vice President with the company. Saga CEO Ed Christian said, “Warren has been with Saga for over two decades in various capacities, starting as a market manager and now currently as Executive Vice President. We have worked side by side in growing Saga into a well-respected company in the broadcast industry. His promotion to COO is long overdue.”
As the political season kicks into high gear, and the Republicans get closer and closer to nominating Donald Trump as their candidate, Fox News Sunday has decided to turn to radio's number on voice on the political campaign.