My 99.5 Salt Lake City Adds Brooke & Jubal

My 99.5 KJMY Salt Lake City Mandi Brooke JubalAnother Salt Lake City station is making a change in mornings.

iHeartMedia Hot AC “My 99.5” KJMY Bountiful has picked up the syndicated Brooke & Jubal for mornings effective today. They replace Mandi who slides to nights. Jackie Cunningham will continue to voice track middays out of Seattle and 97.9 WNCI Columbus’ Chris Davis remains in afternoons for now, though the station is seeking a local replacement.

iHeartMedia’s My 99.5 in Salt Lake City announced today the addition of Brooke & Jubal to the station’s weekday morning lineup. Effective immediately, the top-rated show now airs in the Monday through Friday, 6 to 10 a.m. MT timeslot.

Brooke & Jubal brings high-energy, laughs and the best in pop culture conversation to listeners every day. The popular program also features phone taps, hilarious skits and listener interaction.

“We are pumped to be the new morning show on My 99.5!” shared Jubal. “Thanks to iHeartMedia for their continued support and a special thank you to Jeff Cochran for making this happen. We can’t wait to make Salt Lake City laugh every morning.”
 
“We’ve been watching the undeniable growth of this show for almost a year,” shared Jeff Cochran, Senior Vice President of Programming, iHeartMedia Salt Lake City. “Brooke and Jubal’s connection to young adults and their laugh-out-loud content make this show a perfect match for KJMY.”  

Below is the updated weekday programming lineup for My 99.5:
Brooke & Jubal                  6 AM – 10 AM
Jackie Cunningham 10 AM – 3 PM
Chris Davis 3 PM – 7 PM
Mandi 7 PM – Midnight

In addition, My 99.5 announced an opening for an evening drive personality.

Fans can listen to My 99.5 via the station’s website http://my995fm.iheart.com/, as well as on iHeartRadio, iHeartMedia’s all-in-one streaming music and live digital radio service.

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Lance Venta is the Owner and Publisher of RadioInsight.com and a consultant for RadioBB Networks specializing in integration of radio and the internet. Lance has two decades of experience tracking the audio industry and its use of digital platforms.

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  1. Wait ’til the first of the year, when Brooke and Jubal will likely get on a lot more stations, displacing a couple of dozen (or even more) local morning shows on Hot AC-formatted stations.

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