Steve Kelly exits the OM post at Clear Channel-Jackson. Kelly had also served as the imaging voice for iHeartRadio's Foggy Mountain format, in addition to being heard regularly on Premium Choice Oldies and Classic Hits for CC.
CHR WZJZ (Y100)/Ft. Myers welcomes The Bobby Bones Show to the station’s morning-drive lineup. Effective immediately, the station now airs the nationally syndicated program live on weekdays from 6-10 a.m. ET.
McConnell Adams is named PD/morning host at CHR KWLF/Fairbanks. Adams formerly held the PD seat at KFAT/Anchorage.
At Modern Rock WRMR/Wilmington, NC, MD/afternoon host Fitz announces he is stepping down to pursue new opportunities. His final day will be next Friday, October 5.
Ferris O'Brien's Modern Rocker The Spy returns to the FM dial in Oklahoma, as the online station is now heard on NPR affiliate KOSU on 91.7 in Oklahoma City, 107.5 in Tulsa and 88.3 in Stillwater.
Triple A KFOG/San Francisco has upped 13-year station vet Renee Richardson to MD/Midday Host effective immediately. Along with these duties, Richardson will also host the station’s legendary 10@10 feature.
Walt Gray joins Classic Rock KSEG/Sacramento for mornings beginning October 22, according to the Sacramento Bee. Gray currently is news anchor on NBC affiliate KCRA-TV/Sacramento.
Triple A WZGC/Atlanta will go jockless as of midnight on Sunday, after three days of a radioathon for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, as well as an 18-hour retrospective of the station's 8-year history on Saturday. DAVE-FM will then remain jockless music mix until it flips to Sports on a date to be determined.
This Thursday, September 27, The Conclave will hold its next webinar, "The Rules Of Radio Part 4." Beginning at 3 p.m. ET, Gregg Skall of the law firm of Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice will discuss the ins and outs of broadcasting rules and regulations. Conclave webinars are free of charge and more information can be found at theconclave.com.