WCSX Completes Schedule Revamp With Juline Jordan

Erin Vermeulen Trudi Daniels 94.7 WCSX DetroitBeasley Media Classic Rock 94.7 WCSX Detroit has promoted weekend host Juline Jordan to middays.

Jordan takes the spot previously held by Karen Savelly until her departure this past summer. With her move to middays, WCSX has now made changes in every daypart since this summer. Erin Vermeulen joined incumbent morning host Big Jim O’Brien, longtime afternoon host Doug Podell was replaced by night host Dave Dahmer last week, and Program Director Jerry ‘JT’ Tarrants is now voicetracking nights.

Jordan produced and co-hosted the Sunday night talkshow Nightcall on sister Rock 101.1 WRIF until its cancellation last year.

Beasley Media Group, Inc., a subsidiary of Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: BBGI) announces Juline Jordan has been promoted to Midday Personality at Class Rock WCSX-FM in Detroit.

Jordan has spent over 20 years working in Detroit, most recently working as a weekend and fill-in on-air personality at WCSX-FM. Prior to that, she was heard on WRIF-FM.

“Juline is an outgoing personality who thrives on listener engagement on-air and in live settings, said Beasley Media Group Detroit Vice President and Market Manager Mac Edwards. “She impressed us with an eagerness to share and assist in generating ideas for promotions and features that will continue to strengthen the WCSX Classic Rock brand! Additionally, her creative digital and writing chops will help grow our social platforms in midday & beyond.”

“I’m very humbled and grateful to be part of the full-time WCSX lineup,” said Jordan. “It’s my extreme pleasure to be given this opportunity, and I’m more inspired than ever to give Detroit my very best. I would like to thank my program director, Jerry “JT” Tarrants and our market manager, Mac Edwards for believing in me and giving me this opportunity rock Detroit every day!”

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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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