Glenn Johnson Moves To Pensacola As Cumulus Operations Manager

100.7 The Jet WJTQ PensacolaCumulus Media has announced that Glenn Johnson in moving to their Pensacola FL cluster as Operations Manager.

Johnson most recently served as Executive Producer for Cumulus’ nationally syndicated Ty Bentli Show and its “America’s Morning Show” predecessor based out of the NASH Campus in Nashville since 2015. Previously he hosted mornings at Country “Q100.3” WCYQ Knoxville and CHR 97.5 WABD Mobile and predecessor 97.5 WABB using the on-air name ‘Q-Tip’.

Johnson will oversee AC “Soft Rock 94.1” WMEZ, Classic Rock “100.7 The Jet” WJTQ, Country “102.7 Nash-FM” WXBM, Urban AC “Magic 106.1” WRRX, and News/Talk 1370 WCOA.

CUMULUS MEDIA announces that it has appointed radio programming professional Glenn Johnson as Operations Manager for Cumulus Pensacola. Johnson joins Cumulus Pensacola from CUMULUS MEDIA’s NASH studios in Nashville, TN, where he was Executive Producer for The Ty Bentli Show. Prior to that, he was morning personality for CUMULUS MEDIA’s Top 40 station 97.5 WABD-FM in Mobile, AL, and for Dittman Broadcasting’s WABB in Mobile, AL.

Pete DeSimone, Regional Vice President, CUMULUS MEDIA, said: “This is a win-win – a homecoming for Glenn and an opportunity to retain a very talented broadcaster. We are extremely excited to have him leading the Pensacola programming team.”

Johnson said: “I’m beyond excited! Great People already in place, there’s a beach and it’s the home of the Blue Angels! Thank you Jackie Rinker, Pete DeSimone, Doug Hamand and Mike McVay for the opportunity!”

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