Fitz Exits 100.7 The Wolf Seattle

Fitz In The Morning 100.7 The Wolf KKWF Seattle Ellen Randy Biscuit WingnutAfter nearly twelve years leading mornings at Entercom Country “100.7 The Wolf” KKWF Seattle, Cory ‘Fitz’ has exited the station.

Entercom released a brief statement regarding Fitz’s departure:

Fitz in the Morning will no longer be on air on 100.7-FM The Wolf in Seattle as of Monday, April 24. Fitz has been an important part of the station for nearly 12 years, but we have decided to part ways. We wish him well, and we will be conducting a nationwide search for the station’s next morning show.

The remainder of the current KKWF morning show will remain with the station as co-hosts Ellen Tailor and Randy The Biscuit will host mornings while Wingnut continues to fill-in during the vacant afternoon slot on the station.

No word on the status of Fitz’s nationally syndicated version of the show distributed by Sun Broadcast Group, but could he soon show up at a station where longtime co-host Tony Russel recently landed?

The remaining members of the morning team released the following video to announce the departure to the station’s listeners:

We wanted you to hear it from us…- Ellen Tailor, Randy, and Wing Nut

Posted by Seattle Wolf on Monday, April 24, 2017

While Fitz sent out the following message:

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  1. I wonder if Hubbard may end up buying The Wolf or 94.1 KMPS plus another FM as part of Entercom’s required divestitures in Seattle with the merger of CBS Radio.


    • I see Bonneville being the more likely recipients of the spin offs. Hubbard, not so much.


      • I was thinking that Hubbard will eventually trade their St. Louis stations to Entercom if they elect to acquire the 2 stations in Seattle. I guess Bonneville is another option.Sinclair should also consider divesting their radio stations they acquired from Fisher Communications, possibly to Alpha Media if they enter the Seattle market.

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