Mike Miller Joins Z104.3 Baltimore As PD
iHeartMedia has promoted Mike Miller to Program Director of CHR “Z104.3” WZFT Baltimore.
Miller has programmed “99.3 Kiss-FM” WHKF Harrisburg PA since 2011 as well as hosting afternoons. His entire career has been spent with Clear Channel/iHeartMedia between “FM 97” WLAN-FM Lancaster, two runs at WHKF, and two years at “Z100” KKRZ Portland.
iHeartMedia announced today that Mike Miller has been named Program Director and afternoon drive host for Z 104.3, Baltimore’s #1 Hit Music Station, effective December 12, 2016. Z 104.3 has a strong cross-platform presence and broadcasts several popular personalities including the Kane Show.
iHeartMedia has massive consumer reach and influence across multiple platforms and delivers more live programming than any other media company, and Miller will be responsible for day-to-day programming operations for Z 104.3. He will work closely with on-air personalities and sales to oversee the station’s on-air content, digital footprint and music programming.
Miller began his career at 16 at WLAN-FM in Lancaster, PA, and – at 18-years-old – helped launch iHeartMedia Harrisburg’s 99.3 KISS FM in 2001. He most recently served as Program Director and PM drive host for 99.3 KISS FM. Miller’s over 17 years of experience in the radio industry also includes serving as Assistant Program Director and afternoon on-air personality for KKRZ-FM in iHeartMedia’s Portland market.
“We look forward to having Mike join our Washington, D.C./Baltimore team,” said Meg Stevens, Executive Vice President of Programming for iHeartMedia’s Northeast Division. “He is an exceptional on-air talent and leader, which makes him the perfect choice to lead Z 104.3.”
“Through the years, I’ve been lucky enough to work with some amazing people in this industry and have learned so much from them,” said Miller. “I’m ready to take all of these years of learning and growing and continue that trend in Baltimore. Being able to work with the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. team is a dream come true.”