The Rams are back in LA and Head Coach Jeff Fisher will be giving listeners insight into game strategies from the previous match-up, and previewing the next game, on The Jeff Fisher Show, 6-7 p.m. PT, beginning Tuesday, September 13.
77 WABC in New York debuted a new daily Web series on wabcradio.com Tuesday called Back to the Books Radio with Rita Cosby.”
Beasley Media Group in Charlotte has hired Jeff Anderson as Operations Manager/PD of Hip-Hop station WPEG/Power 98 and Urban AC WBAV/V101.9. Anderson began his radio career with Beasley WZFX-FM, Fayetteville, NC, more than two decades ago.
The syndicated morning show begins on Alpha's WXYY on September 6, replacing a music-only morning show.
Syndicated host Joe "Pags" Pagliarulo announced on Friday that his 16-year old daughter had gone missing. On Saturday morning, he said that the search was over.
The Houston Chronicle is reporting that Jim Pruett has died. He was 72. Pruett was half of the legendary Stevens & Pruett show on Houston’s former Rock 101 KLOL. Mark Stevens died in 2011.
San Francisco’s KBLX-FM 102.9 has a new afternoon drive jock. Antoine Davis will move from his current position as evening host to 3-7 p.m. PT effective immediately. Davis has been on air with the station for over 12 years.
Baldwin, who was Executive Vice President of Hall Communications, passed away after a six-year battle with cancer. He was 73 years. Baldwin joined Hall in 1974 and was still employed by the company at the time of his death.
Entercom's KRBQ-FM in San Francisco made two on-air moves Thursday, elevating Mia Amor to morning drive and “Hoodrat” Miguel to afternoon drive. KRBQ is a Throwback format. A search for Miguel’s replacement in evenings is currently underway.
Gator Harrison has been named Senior VP of Programming for iHeartMedia’s Nashville market, which includes WSIX-FM, WUBT-FM, WNRQ-FM, WNRQ-HD, WRVW-FM, and WLAC-AM. He previously worked as the Senior VP of Programming for iHeartMedia Chattanooga.