Farnham was set to be paired with Marcellus Wiley and Eric Davis, but Davis was quickly let go following sexual harassment allegations while working at NFL Network. No official announcement has been made over Farnham’s exit, but the station has renamed the afternoon show as “Afternoons with Marcellus & Travis” as Travis Rodgers has been filling in on the afternoon show.
Farnham will continue to serve as a college basketball analyst for ESPN but has not commented on his exit outside of this vague tweet:
— Sean Farnham (@SeanFarnham) February 23, 2018
While Farnham exited KSPN after just seven weeks, it took John ‘JT’ Thompson 42 years to depart mornings at Mid-West Family Broadcasting Talk/Sports 960 WSBT/96.1 W241AD South Bend IN.
The South Bend Tribune reports that Thompson has hosted mornings at WSBT since December 29, 1975. He will be replaced by ESPN Radio’s Wingo & Golic starting on Monday.
Thank you for 42 years Michiana!
Posted by 96.1 FM WSBT RADIO on Friday, March 2, 2018
Tommy Castor has announced his resignation as Program Director of iHeartMedia CHR “Channel 96.3” KQCH Wichita KS. Castor has spent his entire 10 year career at iHeart Wichita and has served as PD since 2012.
Now, some news. After 10 years of working with iHeartMedia (6 and a half of those years as the Program Director of…
Rohr fills the opening created by ‘Stacey K’ Boyer’s move to afternoons at Hubbard’s “New Country 92.3” WIL-FM St. Louis last fall. Prior to joining KCEZ last April, Rohr served as MD/Morning host at Country “94.9 The Wolf” KIOK Richland WA.