CHR WKFS/Cincinnati welcomes the syndicated Kane Show for mornings from (6-10 a.m.), effective immediately. "We are extremely excited to have Kane bring his amazing talent to mornings on Kiss 107. The Kane Show will definitely help expand and maximize our brand," said Chuck Fredrick, President and Market Manager, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment-Cincinnati. "Kane returns to Kiss 107 after previously doing nights and the city is buzzing about The Kane Show."
Kevin Peterson, PD/air talent at Cumulus Media AC WMEZ/Pensacola, adds OM duties for the cluster.
Just Schlegal moves into the afternoon slot at Rock WIYY/Baltimore, reports DCRTV.com.
John Gehron is exiting his post as Chairman of the advisory board at Merlin Media at the end of the month, according to Robert Feder of Time Out Chicago.
Non-comm Triple A WYEP/Pittsburgh has named public radio veteran Abby Goldstein as its new GM. Goldstein has spent time at KERA/Dallas and most recently was VP/Programming for New Hampshire Public Radio and was recently elected to a second term to the board of directors of Public Radio Program Directors, Inc. She assumes her post on November 14.
Greater Media-Philadelphia is selling WPEN-AM to Harold Camping's Family Stations. Greater Media will continue its Sports Talk simulcast on WPEN-AM/FM (97.5 The Fanatic) until the completion of the deal, but sees no need to have its 97.5 The Fanatic heard on both the AM and FM bands. "Greater Media looks forward to focusing on the growth of ‘97.5 The Fanatic,’ the best sports talk station serving the market and the new home to Sixers and Flyers play by play," said John Fullam, Greater Media-Philadelphia VP/Market Manager.
Envision Radio Networks’ Full Metal Jackie welcomes KRXQ-FM (98 Rock)/Sacramento as its newest affiliate. 98 Rock will broadcast Full Metal Jackie every Sunday night.