Matt Siegel Extends Contract With Kiss 108/Boston Through 2018
April 23, 2014

Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Boston announced today that Matt Siegel has extended his contract through 2018, effective immediately.  Siegel is the host of the "Matty in the Morning" show on Kiss 108, Boston's Hit Music Station.

Siegel has been a Boston radio staple for more than 30 years. "Matty in the Morning" consistently delivers a unique brand of comedy and storytelling that captivates the audience ­ which has made the show No. 1 in ratings with women for well over three decades. The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) recognized Siegel in 2001 and 2009 with the Marconi Award's Major Market Radio Personality of the Year award.

"After having both competed against Matty and been on the same team, I know what a great personality and asset Matty is to Kiss 108," said Alan Chartrand, Market President, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Boston. "He is an unbelievable talent and I am very happy that Matt will continue to entertain Kiss 108 listeners in Boston for many years to come."

"Matty has been at the center of Kiss 108's success for more than 30 years and his ability to entertain and connect with Boston radio listeners is unmatched," said Dylan Sprague, Vice President of Programming, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Boston. "Mornings in Boston simply wouldn't be the same without Matty on Kiss 108. I am thrilled he is extending his run."

"Matty is a true Boston radio legend and we are excited to extend our relationship with him," said Tom McConnell, Executive Vice President of Operations, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment. 

"My wonderful love story with the city of Boston continues," said Siegel.

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