In Radio News: Iheart Media pressured by lenders to pay down its debt. Cumulus makes programming changes in its New York Market. News on the street. December Neilson Personal People Meter Ratings. Plus, Call-Letter and Format Changes.
Sports Radio News: Atlanta: 92.9 The Game parts ways with Randy Cross.
Denver: 104.3 The Fan turns its midday program over to Ryan Edwards and Shawn Drotar. Josh Dover and James Gomez take over late nights.
Mike Evans continues to host morning drive with Joel Dreesen. Mark Schlereth will officially join the show to complete the trio in late January.
iHeart launches Denver Sports 760. Dan Patrick and Colin Cowherd’s programs air on the new sports talker along with two local shows hosted by Andy Lindahl and Dave Logan and Susie Wargin.
Houston: SportsTalk 790 Matt Thomas joins Lance Zierlein on the “Proper Gentlemen of Sports”. Greg Koch and N.D Kalu now air from 10 to Noon.
Adam Clanton teams with former NFL veteran Sean Jones from noon to 3 and Charlie Pallilo broadcasts from 3 to 7.
Miami/South Florida: 640 Sports fires Sid Rosenberg to reduce expenses, and is replaced by Fox Sports Radio’s “Daybreak with Mike North and Andy Furman.
Oklahoma City: Dylan Buckingham takes over middays on 107.7 The Franchise.
Zach McCrite departs to return home to Louisville, Kentucky.
St. Louis: CBS Sports 920 kicks off “The Writer’s Block” with Benjamin Hochman, Derrick Goold and Rob Frederickson.
590 The Fan KFNS new morning show with Dave Rapp and Matt Berger, JC Corcoran shifts to middays.
National: NBC Sports Radio starts the New Year without Erik Kuselias in morning drive.
Yahoo Sports Radio kicks off their new weekday programming with Joe Spano in middays and Matt Perrault evenings LIVE from Las Vegas.
WEEI Announces Tim Neverett As New Red Sox Voice.
We feature four stations: The new Go 95.3 in Minneapolis. WMXJ-FM 102.7 80s Oldies from Miami,
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Next we hear 933 The Bus (WODC)
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Finally we listen to alternative rock from Atlanta on 99x owned by cumulus
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Our classic aircheck is from New Years Day 1971, with Tom Rivers on CHUM-AM counting down the top hits of 1970.