In Brief - November 15, 2012
November 15, 2012

Rob Wagman will exit the APD post at CHR WNOW (92.3 Now)/New York on Friday, November 23. Wagman will look for new opportunities in the new year. WNOW PD Rick Gillette is now on the hunt for Wagman's replacement as APD. Send your resume to gillette@cbsradio.com.

CHR KIIS/Los Angeles morning host Ryan Seacrest announced that the Jonas Brothers and Sammy Adams have been added to the KIIS-FM Jingle Ball 2012 line-up. The show takes place on two nights for the first time on Saturday, December 1 and Monday, December 3 at the Nokia Theatre LA Live.
 
Cumulus-San Francisco welcomes Dean Kattari as its new Image Production Director and PlaySpace Engineer.

Weekend/fill-in talent Robert Fithen is upped to nights at Adult Hits WARH/St. Louis.

Michelle Love is named VP/Partnership Development at Clear Channel Media and Entertainment-San Antonio.

Newly minted Triple A, KRML/Carmel has named Jeff White PD. White comes from the Paradigm agency after a stint as MD of WVOD/Mateo, NC.

Brent Alberts exits as PD of Greater Media Classic Rocker WCSX/Detroit.

CBS Radio-Philadelphia (98.1 WOGL, SportsRadio 94WIP/610WIP, Talk Radio 1210WPHT, KYW Newsradio 1060) partnered with Live Nation and Comcast-Spectacor  to offer listeners who made a donation of $20 or more to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, a pair of tickets to the Bob Dylan/Mark Knopfler concert on Monday, November 19 at The Wells Fargo Center. The offer sold out in less than 24 hours and the initiative has raised $30,000 for the American Red Cross. The funds raised will help the victims of Hurricane Sandy and the relief efforts surrounding this disaster. 

Envision Radio Networks and Nielsen announce that the Univision radio stations represented by Envision will begin using the Nielsen BDSradio service.

VEVO continues to expand, as CNet reports the music video service has launched in Spain, Italy and France this week. VEVO is now available in ten different countries.




 
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Pat Paxton
Pres. of Programming
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