Rick Dees exits from mornings at Rhythmic AC KHHT/Los Angeles. In a memo, Clear Channel Media + Entertainment-L.A.President/Market Manager Greg Ashlock wrote, "Rick has been with us for a year and we've thoroughly enjoyed every moment. He's a consummate professional and we wish him the best as he pursues some national opportunities. John Ivey will be sharing with you our morning plans for the future later this week."
DJ Laz takes over mornings on the new WRMA/Miami.
Monisha M. (a.k.a. Mo'nique) joins CHR KKXX/Bakersfield for middays.
WFEZ/Miami announces the addition of Delilah to its nightly lineup. Launching Monday, July 9, the nationally syndicated radio program will air in the Sunday through Friday, 7 p.m. to midnight ET timeslot.
Modern Rock WKQX (Q87.7)/Chicago adds Lauren O'Neil to its airstaff. O'Neil was most recently at Active Rock WXTB/Tampa.
KTGX/Tulsa sheds its '90s-based programming and flips to Country as Oklahoma's Best New Country on 106.1 The Twister.
SiriusXM has signed a consent decree with the FCC, as the satcaster will pay out a "voluntary contribution" of $240,000. The FCC payment resolves the issue of SiriusXM raising its subscription rates, via extra fees, during the three-year pricing freeze following the Sirius-XM merger.
Real Networks President/CEO Thomas Nielsen resigns, with Chairman and co-founder Rob Glaser named Interim CEO.