In Brief - February 27, 2013
February 27, 2013

DJ Oreo exits nights at CHR KHTT/Tulsa.

Chris Kash is named PD/afternoon host at CHR WAZR (93.7 NOW)/Harrisonburg, VA.

McKinzie Roth joins Hot AC WRWM/Indianapolis for middays.

AC WMGN/Madison ups weekend talent Jim Bartlet to afternoons.

At CCM+E's Cleveland cluster, CHR WAKS (96.5 KISS FM) afternoon host Java Joel adds APD/MD duties. He will also remain MD for sister Adult Hits WHLK (106.5 The Lake). Down the hall, Miles Hlivko adds APD duties for Rock WMMS.

Greater Media Classic Rock WCSX/Detroit names Keith Hastings as PD. "We knew that Keith had a great track record when he joined us as a consultant last fall," said Greater Media-Detroit Market Manager Steve Kosbau. "During his time here, he has demonstrated the tremendous vision and leadership that will keep WCSX Detroit's dominant classic rock station well into the future. We are thrilled to have him."

Classic Rock KZEP/San Antonio will debut its new morning show on March 4 with the addition of The John Lisle Show. Market vet Lisle is best known for his long tenure in mornings at crosstown Rocker KISS. Additionally, the station announces the Craig "Crash" Chambers will anchor afternoons.

Eastman Radio announces the promotion of Nina Mauro to SVP, Director of Sales, in Philadelphia.

The Conclave Learning Conference announces that its 2013 Rockwell Awards will be presented to Country consultant Jaye Albright and the Conclave's Executive Director Emeritus Tom Kay, who retired in December from his post.
     Conclave Executive Director Bob Shannon stated, "Jaye Albright represents the best broadcasting has to offer. Always a student of radio, she’s also one of our best teachers and her influence on country radio is unmatched." Speaking about Kay, he added, "This is recognition for a job well done.  If it weren’t for Tom, The Conclave wouldn't exist today. Giving him the Rockwell Award makes all the sense in the world. I can’t tell you how pleased I am."

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