Scott Roddy Named PD of WIL St. Louis

Scott Roddy 92.3 WIL St. LouisHubbard Country 92.3 WIL St. Louis has hired Scott Roddy as their new Program Director.

Roddy joins WIL from Saga’s cluster in Bellingham WA where he spent the past three years as Brand Manager for AC 104.1 KAFE. He also worked in Indianapolis from 2005 to 2013 as APD/MD of “97.1 Hank-FM” WLHK and later as PD of Variety Hits “107.9 The Track” WNTR..

Hubbard Radio St. Louis has announced the hiring of professional Scott Roddy, to lead the programming efforts for its New Country radio station 92.3 WIL.

Roddy most recently spent three years successfully programming and leading Saga Radio’s cluster in Bellingham, Washington. He generated a winning record prior to that as Entercom’s (and previous owner Oasis Radio’s) Program Director in Indianapolis from 2005 to 2013, working with Adult Contemporary, Adult Hits, Country, Classic Hits and News/Sports Talk formats.

John Kijowski, Vice President and Market Manager for Hubbard Radio St. Louis, broke the news to staff members earlier today, noting, “The opportunity to add such a strategic, passionate and energetic leader to our WIL brand is beyond exciting.” 

Kijowski adds, “Scott’s engaging leadership style and ability to focus and coach talent to emotionally connect with listeners will be a difference maker. His proven programming success across many formats demonstrates his strong ability to create compelling radio.”

Commenting on his new position, Scott Roddy says, “I have worked for 25 years in radio toward this moment! I am honored to be a part of the legendary 92.3 WIL and its tradition of excellence.”

Roddy adds, “Hubbard’s reputation for being the finest operator in the industry under the guidance of Ginny Morris, Drew Horowitz, Dave Bestler, Greg Strassell, Greg Solk and especially St. Louis market manager John Kijowski, make this a humbling “once in a career” opportunity.”

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