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Steve Goddard Joins Oldies 92.7 Phoenix

Posted: 04 Jun 2018 09:29 AM PDT
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Hubbard Radios Oldies 92.7 1440 KAZG/92.7 K224CJ Phoenix has announced the
addition of Steve Goddard for afternoons starting June 11.

Goddard has been a staple in the Phoenix market since joining 104.7 KZZP in
1980. He spent 13 years as afternoon host at Country 102.5 KNIX from
1995-2008 before joining CBS Radio Classic Hits 94.5 KOOL-FM from
2008-2015. Goddard most recently served as morning host at Riviera
Broadcasting Classic Hits 95.1/94.9 The Oasis 95.1 KOAI Sun City West/94.9
K235CB Chandler.

In addition to hosting afternoons, KAZG will carry Goddards two syndicated
shows on weekends. “The 70s with Steve Goddard” will air on Saturday
mornings from 7-10am, while “Goddard’s Gold” will air on Sundays from
8-11am.

Beginning June 11th, legendary radio personality Steve Goddard signs on
with Hubbard Radio’s Oldies 92.7 KAZG. Steve’s been in the Valley since
1980, working for some of top stations in market. On Oldies 92.7, Steve
will host the afternoon drive slot where he’ll spin the best of the 60’s
and 70’s every weekday from 3pm-7pm.

Steve is an avid record collector, lover of music, and student of musical
history. He brings an extensive knowledge of the huge library of 60’s and
70’s hits that only Oldies 92.7 features. In 2017, Steve was inducted into
the Arizona Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame honoring his great career
entertaining the Valley.

In addition to steering the afternoon drive home on 92.7, Steve will also
be featured on his popular program, “The 70s with Steve Goddard” which will
air on Oldies 92.7 every Saturday morning from 7am-10am beginning June 9th.

But wait, there’s more! Every Sunday morning Steve Goddard will host
“Goddard’s Gold”, featuring three fresh music-filled hours of hits from the
60s and 70s. Each week, Steve opens the vault on another spotlight artist
complete with their music and story. The show airs every Sunday from
8am-11am and debuts on Sunday, June 10th.

Oldies 92.7 targets a 45+ consumer by playing music from the 60s and 70s.
Oldies 92.7 can be heard throughout the Valley on 92.7 FM, 93.3 HD-2, on
the Oldies 92.7 app, worldwide streaming on oldies927az.com and old school
on AM 1440.


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Local Jock Succeeds In Effort To Save Keokuk Pair

Posted: 04 Jun 2018 08:00 AM PDT
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After going off the air at the end of April, Leah Jones has succeeded in
her efforts to save the two stations she worked for in Keokuk IA.

Jones has partnered with Michael Greenwald, who serves on the Keokuk City
Council, to purchase Country 1310 KOKX Keokuk IA and Classic Hits Z93 93.9
WCEZ Carthage IL from Doyle and Carolyn Beckers Riverfront Broadcasting
under the name Keokuk Broadcasting Inc. Purchase price was not disclosed,
but the pair of stations resumed operations on Friday, June 1.

Jones served as afternoon host at WCEZ and Office Manager for the duo under
previous ownership. She led efforts locally to find a new owner for the
stations before before becoming the actual owner.


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SAVED!Radio Keokuk is so excited to introduce you to our new owners Mike
Greenwald and Leah Jones! We have so many

Posted by Radio Keokuk on Friday, June 1, 2018




Original Report 4/19: Riverfront Broadcasting plans on shuttering Country
1310 KOKX Keokuk IA and Classic Hits Z93 93.9 WCEZ Carthage IL should it
not find a new operator for the stations by the end of the month.

WCEZ afternoon host Leah Jones, who also served as Office Manager for the
company, was the only employee not terminated last week. Jones, a Keokuk
native who previously served as a Producer for The Brother Wease show at
iHeartMedias Radio 95.1 WAOI Rochester NY, is also leading efforts to find
a new operator for the stations. Tri-States Public Radio reports that Jones
has been meeting with city leadership and business owners to find a way to
acquire the stations. She told TSPR, What we are really trying to do right
now is use the shop local initiative, but put it towards our local radio
station.

Riverfront, led by Doyle and Carolyn Becker and Dave Brock, purchased both
stations from Withers Broadcasting in December 2015 for $100,000 and
flipped both to their current formats in June 2016. The sale was
accompanied by Withers sale of 95.3 KOKX-FM and 96.3 KRNQ Keokuk to
Educational Media Foundation for $500,00. KRNQ was since spun off to Bott
Radio Networks Community Broadcasting last May for $125,000.

Riverfront Broadcasting owns seventeen other stations across Iowa,
Minnesota, and South Dakota.


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Jerry Mac Takes PD Reigns Of WKKO Toledo as Gary Shores Focuses On Mornings

Posted: 04 Jun 2018 07:10 AM PDT
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After announcing in February his intent to step down as Program Director of
Cumulus Country K100 99.9 WKKO Toledo OH, Gary Shores has found his
replacement in Jerry Mac.

Mac joins WKKO from the Operations Manager position at Community
Broadcasters in Elmira NY, which he has held since January 2015. Mac has
previously held Program Director positions for Clear Channel Youngstown OH
and NextMedia Canton OH, served as Operations Manager for NextMedia
Wilmington NC, Assistant Program Director for Leighton Broadcasting St.
Cloud MN, and worked on-air in Asheville NC and Pittsburgh.

Shores has been with WKKO since 1975 and has served as Program Director
since 1985.

Cumulus Media announces that WKKO-FM/K100 Program Director and Morning Show
Host, Gary Shores, will pass the Program Director reins for the popular
Toledo, OH, Country station to Ohio native Jerry Mac, who joins K100 from
Community Broadcasters in Elmira, NY, where he was Operations Manager.
Shores, who has programmed K100 for the past 33 years and has been with the
station for a total of 43 years, will continue as Host of Mornings on K100,
Toledo’s #1 Morning Show. Mac will assume the Program Director position for
K100 on June 11.

Mac, an 18-year radio programming professional, previously held radio
programming and on-air positions in markets including: Hendersonville, NC;
St. Cloud, MN; Youngstown, OH; Canton, OH; Pittsburgh, PA; and Wilmington,
NC.

Andy Stuart, Regional Vice President and Market Manager, Cumulus
Media-Toledo, OH, and Monroe, MI, said: “We celebrate and honor Gary
Shore’s unprecedented and highly successful run as K100 Program Director.
Gary has been an essential part of the station’s continued growth and
popularity, and we are deeply grateful for his dedication and contributions
over the past 43 years and counting. We are thrilled Gary will stay on as
Host of K100 Mornings!”

Gary Shores said: “After 43 years in this building, 33 as PD, its
bittersweet for me to pass the keys to a new PD,*but I feel its time.*Jerry
will do a great job!*Hes coming to one of the most successful Country
stations in the Midwest, at #1 for over 20 years.*Thanks to the*awesome
listeners and air-staff for that. Not only is Jerry joining a great
air-staff,*but a great management team, and great corporate support, too.
Being from Ohio, Im sure Jerry will feel right at home here at K100.
Welcome!”

Jerry Mac said: “I am so honored to join the Cumulus-Toledo team and to
help lead K100 to continued success. Gary has done such an amazing job for
so many years, and I am excited that he will still be a part of the team. I
know I can learn a lot from him! I’m thrilled that Andy and Bill have
entrusted me with this amazing opportunity. I also thank Charlie Cook, Doug
Hamand, Mike McVay, and Cumulus-Youngstown VP/Market Manager Bill Kelly for
their assistance and support.. I look forward to coming back to Ohio and to
working with the talented Cumulus-Toledo team for years to come. As Keith
Urban says, “I’m Coming Home”.”



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Five Station Cluster Shuts Down In Bozeman

Posted: 03 Jun 2018 01:55 PM PDT
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Reier Broadcasting Company has taken its five station cluster in Bozeman MT
off the air.

Oldies 93.7 KOBB-FM Bozeman, Classic Rock 97.5 KOZB Livingston, Country
99.9 KBOZ-FM Bozeman, Talk 1090 KBOZ Bozeman, and Sports ESPN 1230 KOBB
Bozeman all suspended operations on Friday. Employee Ed Donohue wrote on
Facebook that the stations had too many major issues were continually
ignored and in an additional comment wrote that owner Bill Reier has been
ill for a long time and the business has been neglected for years in many
ways. Amongst the issues were that license renewals for the stations have
been pending since 2012 due to owed regulatory fees.


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FCC Report 6/3: WBNZ Fined For Operating At Variance

Posted: 03 Jun 2018 01:22 PM PDT
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Roy Hendersons 92.3 WBNZ Frankfort MI has been issued a Notice of Apparent
Liabiity and fined $18,000 for willful and repeated operation of the
station at variance from its license while granting the stations license
renewal. WBNZ filed a Silent STA in January 2015, but after returning to
the air the following month it never notified the FCC. It then filed for a
second STA in September 2016 notifying the FCC that it has been operating
with 1.4kW instead of its licensed 50kW, which the agency discovered the
station had been doing since April 2015 making it operating illegally for
17 months. WBNZ simulcasts co-owned AC 101.9 The Bay WLDR-FM Traverse City
MI.
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