Dominic ‘Zakk’ Zaccagnini Upped To KSAN Program Director

Dominic Zakk Zaccagnini KSAN San Francisco 107.7 The BoneCumulus Media Classic Rock “107.7 The Bone” KSAN San Francisco has promoted Dominic ‘Zakk’ Zaccagnini to Program Director.

Zakk joined KSAN in July 2015 as APD/MD/Afternoon Host from sister 97.9 WLUP Chicago. He also has worked in Atlanta, San Jose, Louisville, Memphis, and Greenville SC as well as hosting the “Zakk & Jack” morning show on Fox Sports Radio from 2010-2012.

Zaccagnini is KSAN’s third PD this year as he succeeds Bryan Schock. Schock joined KSAN and sister AAA 104.5 KFOG in March.

Cumulus Media announces that it has promoted Dominic “Zakk” Zaccagnini to Program Director of Classic Rock radio station 107.7 The Bone/KSAN-FM. He was previously Assistant Program Director/Music Director for 107.7 The Bone, a position he held since July, 2015. In addition to his new role as Program Director, Zaccagnini will continue to host PM Drive on The Bone.

Zaccagnini joined 107.7 The Bone from Cumulus Media-Chicago’s Classic Rock station WLUP The Loop, where he was on-air personality and Music Director. Zaccagnini was formerly Assistant Program Director/Afternoon Drive Host for former rock station KSJO in San Jose. He has also held various on-air and programming positions in Atlanta and Greenville-Spartanburg, NC, in addition to hosting the nationally syndicated “Zakk & Jack Show” on FOX Sports Radio.
Mike Anthony, Operations Manager, Cumulus Media-San Francisco, said: “Zakk was the natural choice to fill this role. His knowledge of and passion for the Rock format will help keep The Bone the most important station for men in San Francisco.”

Zaccagnini said: “KSAN is a legendary radio station so this is a true professional honor.  Thank you to Mike Anthony for his confidence and thanks to everyone in Cumulus Media for their support!”

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