2 Guys Named Chris Expands To Rock 105 Jacksonville NC

Rock 105.5 WXQR Jacksonville New Bern Tina Smash Two Guys Named ChrisDick Broadcasting’s “Rock 105” 105.5 WXQR-FM Jacksonville NC has added the syndicated Two Guys Named Chris morning show based at sister Classic Rock “Rock 92” WKRR Greensboro NC.

The show debuted in Greensboro in 2000 when former WKRR night host Chris Demm was paired with Chris Kelly who had been producing the morning show at sister CHR 107.5 WKZL. The show is distributed by Global Media Services.

With the addition of the show, WXQR-FM moves Program Director Tina Smash to afternoons and afternoon host Ryan Daniels to nights. Tubby remains in middays.

2 Guys Named Chris the heritage morning show originating from Dick broadcasting’s WKRR-FM/Greensboro grows again in North Carolina, adding WXQR-FM/Rock 105.5 in the Greenville-New Bern-Jacksonville (NC) market.

Dick Harlow, Dick Broadcasting VP/GM remarked, “We’re excited about growing once again in our home state and are confident the success we’ve had with the show in our other North Carolina markets will be duplicated in Greenville.”

Chris Mann, OM of WXQR commented, “We were looking for a morning show that targets our Adult Male audience but we also wanted a show that was authentic, entertaining and relatable to the Rock 105 audience. Two Guys Named Chris was just what we needed.”

2 Guys Named Chris has been heard on WKRR-FM/Rock 92, Greensboro, NC, since 2000. Hosts Chris Kelly and Chris Demm and their team have been dominant with Men 25-54 for well over a decade, chalking up impressive ratings performances in both Nielsen PPM and Eastlan.

2 Two Guys Named Chris airs M-F 6A-10A Eastern Time and is available on a market-exclusive basis. Global Media Services is the exclusive syndication representative for the show. Interested stations can contact Tony Garcia at 303-557-1961 or email him: tony@globalmediaservices.co

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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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