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Dick Taylor: Radios Non-Compete Contracts

Posted: 05 Dec 2016 12:00 PM PST

Alan Cross: Radio, Music and Technology: Its Been a Long Strange Trip

Posted: 05 Dec 2016 11:05 AM PST

Vice: Streaming Wont Kill the Radio Star

Posted: 05 Dec 2016 10:14 AM PST

Young Ron Brewer Exiting Paul & Young Ron Show

Posted: 05 Dec 2016 09:03 AM PST

After 26 years and three stations, the Paul Young Ron morning show will
come to an end on Friday, December 16.

Ron Brewer announced he will depart the show on 12/16 to take an extended
vacation with Paul Castronovo remaining in place. The show has aired on
iHeartMedia Classic Rock Big 105.9 WBGG-FM Fort Lauderdale/Miami since 2004
and is syndicated regionally to sister Hot Talk Real Radio 94.3 WZZR
Riviera Beach-West Palm Beach/101.7 WCZR Vero Beach.

The duo have been together in South Florida mornings since 1990 at 103.5
WSHE. The show then moved to Zeta 94.9 WZTA in 1995 and then WBGG in 2004.
Prior to being paired with Castronovo, Brewer worked at WYBB Charleston and
WFYV Jacksonville among other stations.

WLAC Adds Outkick The Coverage For Mornings

Posted: 05 Dec 2016 07:04 AM PST

iHeartMedia News/Talk 1510 WLAC Nashville will add Fox Sports Radios
Outkick The Coverage hosted by Clay Travis for mornings from 6-8am starting
Tuesday, December 6.

The 5am hour currently airs on Cumulus Sports 104.5 The Zone WGFX but the
Tennessean reports that will move to WLAC as well once contractually able.
Travis began his radio career as co-host of WGFX midday 3HL from 2009-2014.

Outkick The Coverage will replace 740 KTRH Houstons Michael Berry in
mornings at WLAC.

WISN Milwaukee Revamps On-Air Lineup

Posted: 05 Dec 2016 06:28 AM PST

iHeartMedia News/Talk 1130 WISN Milwaukee is debuting a new late morning
show on Tuesday, January 3, 2017.

Current WISN newscaster and fill-in host Dan O’Donnell will join the
stations talk lineup for the Dan O’Donnell Show from 9-11am weekdays.
ODonnell has been with WISN since 2013 and previously spent twelve years at
crosstown 620 WTMJ. The addition of ODonnell to the WISN lineup comes as
Charlie Sykes exits the WTMJ lineup in that daypart at the end of this year.

To make room for ODonnell in the WISN lineup Jay Weber will subtract an
hour from his morning show and run from 6-9am, Vicki McKenna will move from
10am-12pm to 2-3pm, and Rush Limbaugh will now air live from 11am-2pm as
opposed to on a one hour delay.

WISN-AM, Milwaukee’s News/Talk Station, today announced the debut of The
Dan O’Donnell Show, effective Tuesday, January 3, 2017. The Dan O’Donnell
Show will broadcast weekdays from 9 11 a.m.

The Dan O’Donnell Show will feature local on-air personality Dan O’Donnell
who will entertain Milwaukee listeners with his unique and humorous take on
pop culture, national news and current events, as well as reports on local
news, traffic and weather.

“WISN is blessed with a lineup of extremely strong, popular local talk show
hosts,” said Jerry Bott, Program Director for WISN-AM, “Adding someone with
Dan’s level of talent is an excellent opportunity to make that lineup even

O’Donnell joined WISN-AM in 2013 and is currently a drive-time news anchor,
reporter, and a substitute host for all of WISN’s local talk shows. Dan
also serves as a Wisconsin Correspondent for FOX News Radio, HLNs The Nancy
Grace Show, ABC Radio News, Wall Street Journal Radio Network and CBS Radio

“For me, this is quite literally a dream come true. I have wanted to do a
daily talk show since I first started working in radio as a teenager, and I
couldnt possibly be more excited to begin,” said O’Donnell.

In addition, O’Donnell is known for his extensive coverage of the 2007
Steven Avery murder trial in Manitowoc, WI, and subsequent “Rebutting A
Murderer” podcast following the 2015 Netflix special “Making a Murderer.”
Previously O’Donnell served as a news anchor for Journal Broadcasting for
almost 12 years.

Full WISN-AM weekday line-up:

WISN’s Morning Briefing with Ken Herrera 5 6 a. m.

The Jay Weber Show 6 9 a.m.

The Dan O’Donnell Show 9 11 a.m.

Rush Limbaugh 11 a.m. 2 p.m.

Vicki McKenna 2 3 p.m.

Mark Belling 3 6 p.m.

WFTZ Relaunches As Rooster 101.5

Posted: 05 Dec 2016 06:00 AM PST

Bowman Broadcasting AC Fantasy Radio 101.5 WFTZ Manchester TN relaunched on
December 1 as Hot AC Rooster 101.5.

The move comes following Bowmans acquisition of WFTZ earlier this year from
Phase Two Communications. The shift to Hot AC differentiates WFTZ from new
sister AC 93.9 The Duck WDUC Lynchburg.

WFTZ will continue to be the official home of Radio Bonnaroo during the
Bonnaroo Music Arts Festival in Manchester every June.

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