Damon Scott Jumps From WTIC-FM To Join Cory Myers At WWYZ Mornings

Country 92.5 WWYZ Hartford Damon Scott 96.5 WTIC TIC-FM Broadway Electric Barnyard“The Electric Barnyard” is out and Damon Scott is in at iHeartMedia’s “Country 92.5” WWYZ Waterbury/Hartford CT.

Scott, who has spent the past 27 years in afternoons at CBS Radio Hot AC 96.5 WTIC-FM, will join WWYZ as morning host on Wednesday, July 5. He will be joined by incumbent co-host Cory Myers. Broadway, who led the morning show under his “Electric Barnyard” name, exits. Broadway had also been tracking nights at his longtime home “B93” 93.7 WBCT Grand Rapids.

Country 92-5, Connecticut Country Music, announced today the debut of its new morning show “Damon & Cory,” effective July 5. “Damon & Cory” will broadcast weekdays from 5 – 10 a.m.

Hosted by Connecticut radio veteran Damon Scott and long-time morning host Cory Myers, “Damon & Cory” will provide the Hartford region with the latest and greatest in Country music and entertainment news along with a mixture local information and community events.

“We are excited that a well-known local personality like Damon Scott is joining long-time morning host, Cory Myers, on Country 92-5,” said Steve Honeycomb, President of iHeartMedia’s Hartford Region. “Damon Scott is a familiar name that has been on the radio in Connecticut for years. He understands how to connect with listeners and the local community as well as what it takes to be successful in radio.”

Scott has served as Afternoon Drive Personality at WTIC-FM for the past 27 years. Additionally, Scott serves as Master of Ceremonies for the Hartford Wolf Pack ice hockey home games.

“When you leave on a high note after 27 successful years, you need a special plan for your return,” said Scott. “I am excited to take the next step by joining Country 92-5 and the iHeartMedia Hartford team.”

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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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