In Brief - August 18, 2014
August 18, 2014
Untitled Document Sports radio veteran Owen Murphy is named PD for KFWB-AM/Los Angeles and its new, all-sports programming lineup which will launch in September.

Adult HIts KVDU-FM/New Orleans welcomed The JohnJay & Rich Show for mornings beginning today. The top-rated morning show will broadcast weekday mornings from 6-10 a.m. CST.

CCM+E West Palm Beach announces that Bryan P. Kelly has joined the cluster as Director of Sales, effective Monday, August 25. Kelly will oversee the sales efforts for Clear Channel West Palm Beach's 10-station cluster. Kelly joins the West Palm Beach market from Sarasota, where he most recently served as Director of Sales. He began with CC in Allentown, PA in 2000 as an Account Executive and has held various sales positions in CC's Tampa and Sarasota clusters.

Former NFL player and sports personality Jermaine “Wiggy” Wiggins joins the GetUp Crew on Greater Media Boston Rhythmic AC WBQT (HOT 96.9). His first day on the morning show will be Tuesday, August 19. Wiggins most recently appeared on Sports WBZ (98.5 The Sports Hub)/Boston, where he garnered new fame as "the man with an opinion on everything", both inside and outside the sports world. In addition to Wiggins, midday personality Melissa joins the GetUp Crew with Pebbles anchoring the show.


Columbia's Lee Leipsner and The Script recently helped WHYI/Miami PD Alex Tear celebrate his birthday. (L-R): The Script's Glen Power and Danny O'Donoghue, Alex Tear, Lee Leipsner, Alex's wife Noa and The Script's Mark Sheehan.

 




 
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