Kevin Weatherly Re-Ups With CBS Radio
February 7, 2013


Kevin Weatherly
Kevin Weatherly has signed a multi-year contract renewal to remain SVP of Programming for CBS Radio. He will continue to serve as VP of Programming for CBS Radio-Los Angeles and PD of KROQ, KAMP (97.1 Amp Radio) and KCBS (93.1 Jack FM), while also playing an instrumental role in the launch of new music stations and the evolution of established brands within CBS Radio.

Weatherly, who has been with CBS Radio and KROQ for 20 years, has been recognized numerous times for his noteworthy achievements in the radio industry with awards, distinctions and honors from virtually every trade and music publication, including FMQB, Rolling Stone, Los Angeles Times, Entertainment Weekly, Los Angeles Business Journal, and the NAB, among others.

"I’m thrilled to renew our commitment to Kevin who has been an integral part of CBS Radio for the last two decades," said Dan Mason, President/CEO of CBS Radio. "It goes without saying that he is one of the most influential and respected programmers in the music industry today. Kevin has guided virtually every station he has worked with to winning levels because of his instinct and willingness to take risks." 

"During his time with CBS Radio, Kevin has transformed the landscape of music radio in the Los Angeles market," said Steve Carver, SVP/Market Manager, CBS Radio-Los Angeles. "He has the uncanny ability to cultivate and grow a station into a market leader, as evidenced by his work with KROQ, KAMP and KCBS. I continue to be impressed with Kevin’s attention to detail, his undying passion for music and loyalty to our audiences."




 
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