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Mo’ Bounce Moves To Afternoons At Z100

Following the departure of JJ Kincaid to mornings at “95.7 The Party” KPTT Denver, iHeartMedia has looked in-house to fill their vacant afternoon slot at CHR “Z100” WHTZ New York. Brooklyn native Mo’ Bounce will move up from the 6-10pm slot to take over the afternoon show. Bounce has been with Z100 since September 2009 when he joined the station from CBS’ “Hot 95.7” KKHH Houston. He is also currently heard daily on iHeartMedia and Nickelodeon’s “Nick Radio“. “MoBounce is one of the premiere on air talents in the country,” said Mark Medina, Program Director, Z100. “His contributions over the past several years have helped solidify Z100 as a world class brand and we¹re thrilled to have him driving home New Yo...Read More

JJ Kincaid Headed To Mornings In Denver

“Z100” New York afternoon host JJ Kincaid is moving to Denver to take mornings at sister CHR “95.7 The Party” KPTT. JJ has hosted afternoons at Z100 since 2006 after runs at KDWB Minneapolis and KHKS Dallas. He will begin in Denver in August replacing Chino, who had been voicetracking the shift in addition to his primary slot in afternoons at “Wild 94.9” KYLD San Francisco. In addition to Z100, JJ is currently heard via iHeart’s Premium Choice on CHR’s across the nation. In a release JJ stated, “I can’t even express how excited I am to join 95.7 The Party. We’re putting together a team that will be exciting and engaging for morning listeners. This has been months in the making and I can’t thank the fine people I work for at iHeartMedia enough...Read More

Sharon Dastur Moves Up To National Programming; Mark Medina Named Z100 PD

Sharon Dastur, Program Director of iHeartMedia CHR “Z100” WHTZ Newark/New York and Nick Radio a partnership of iHeart and Nickelodeon, is moving up the corporate ladder as Senior Vice President of Programming Integration. Dastur has been with WHTZ since 1996 and Program Director since 2006. In her new position she “will create cutting-edge programs that leverage the company’s assets for brands and partners and will assist with the program execution with artist, managers and labels. In this role, she will develop cross promotion partnerships between label groups and agencies, and in addition she will work with in-market programmers, lending her knowledge and ability to help refine current programs and initiatives. She will also work together with the Artist Relations...Read More

Looking Back At Scott Shannon’s Impact & Legacy

It’s Time To Wake Up… With those words Michael Scott Shannon changed the course of radio, not just in New York but throughout the world. As Z100 charged “from worst to first” led by Shannon as not only their Program Director but leader of the “Z Morning Zoo”, it changed the shape of Top 40 and Morning Radio forever. Outside of perhaps Howard Stern, no person did more to change the tone of a daypart. After already a long career in Top 40 at stations like WABB Mobile, WMAK Nashville, and WQXI Atlanta it would be the morning zoo, developed by Shannon and Cleveland Wheeler at “Q105” WRBQ Tampa that would be cloned at stations all over the world and played a major part in the Top 40 boom of the 1980’s. After leaving Z100 in 1989 he attempted...Read More

SiriusXM Adjusting Lineup: Z100/KIIS-FM Come To Sirius

SiriusXM will make some adjustments to its channel lineup on Friday, October 18. Most of the changes are related to the XM channels programmed by Clear Channel dating back to the launch of the service in 2001. Nine of the eleven Clear Channel produced channels will depart the service: WLTW New York (Ch. 13), WSIX Nashville (Ch. 57), WGCI Chicago (Ch. 241), Sixx Sense (Ch. 242), Extreme Talk (Ch. 243), America’s Talk (Ch. 244), Reach MD (Ch. 245), Talk Radio (Ch. 246), and Fox Sports Radio (Ch. 247). For the channels that were not already available on IHeartRadio such as ReachMD and Extreme Talk, Clear Channel has added those channels to its streaming service. The other two of the CC programmed channels, simulcasts of CHR’s WHTZ New York (Ch. 11) and KIIS-FM Los Angeles (Ch. 12)...Read More

2011 Billing Top 10

BIA/Kelsey has released its list of the Top 10 billing radio stations for 2011. Hubbard’s News 103.5 WTOP Washington, DC holds the number one spot for the second straight year as revenues rise from $57.2 to $64 Million. Clear Channel’s CHR 102.7 KIIS Los Angeles holds steady at number two with a rise from $43M to $57. Sister News/Talk 640 KFI Los Angeles rises from fourth to third with $48.1M. The addition of a 105.9 simulcast boosts CBS’ News 780 WBBM Chicago from seventh to fourth with $48M. CBS’ News 880 WCBS New York drops to fifth with $47.5M. The rest of the top 10 is rounded out by CHR 100.3 WHTZ New York’s $46M, Modern Rock 106.7 KROQ Los Angeles, News 1010 WINS New York, and AC 106.7 WLTW New York all at $42 Million and Sports 660 WFAN New York at $40...Read More

Clear Channel To Simulcast Five FM Stations On XM

Five Clear Channel owned stations will begin simulcasting on XM Radio beginning tonight at midnight eastern time. Channel 11 will replace CHR “Kiss” with a simulcast of CHR 102.7 KIIS-FM Los Angeles. Channel 12 will replace Hot AC “Mix” with a simulcast of CHR “Z100” WHTZ New York. Channel 13 will replace AAA “Music Summit” with a simulcast of AC “106.7 Lite-FM” WLTW New York. Channel 57 will replace Country “Nashville” with a simulcast of Country “The Big 98” 97.9 WSIX Nashville. Channel 163 will replace South Asian “Bollywood And Beyond” with a simulcast of Urban 107.5 WGCI Chicago. These channels will only air on XM satellite receivers and not on Sirius as part of the licensing agreement whic...Read More

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