In Brief - January 25, 2013
January 25, 2013

Tommy Boy Records ups Rosie Lopez to President. Lopez most recently served as head of International Marketing for the label. Founder/CEO Tom Silverman said, "I am excited to have Rosie Lopez step up to this role and lead Tommy Boy to a new era of innovation and greatness. Her combination of experiences, boundless energy and indomitable spirit make her the perfect person to lead Tommy Boy and the music business to its next period of growth."

Cumulus-Albuquerque OM Eddie Haskell is stepping down after nine years. Haskell also was handling PD duties at Country KRST.

Classic Rock WZBA/Baltimore names Dan Michaels its new PD. Michaels joins WZBA after four years at WLTJ/Pittsburgh and has previously held PD positions in Washington D.C., Denver, Philadelphia, Houston and Chicago. Michaels will assume his new programming responsibilities on February 11.
 
Rhythmic WNRG/Milwaukee announces its first on-air personalty: Cousin Ed (Jeremy Schulz) will take on afternoon duties. Ed most recently was part of the morning show on CHR WPOI/Tampa.

Rock WKLI/Albany welcomes back Bob "Bob Wolf" Wohlfeld for mornings starting January 28. Wolf previously was heard in mornings on WPXY from 1997-2012 and recently had a short stint at Triple A WDST/Poughkeepsie-Woodstock, NY.

Hot AC WQRC/Cape Cod adds Cheryl Park for afternoons. It's a return to the station for Park, who hosted mornings for seven years.

John Fowlkes, Active AC PD at Dial Global, takes on additional reponsibilities for the Hot AC 24/7 channel. Also at Hot AC 24/7, air talent Jason Bowers sews on MD stripes.

Hope Angelone rises from GSM to Director of Sales at Entercom-Norfolk.




 
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