While Dave Rickards and Cookie ‘Chainsaw’ Randolph are still negotiating their future, The S in the DSC Morning Show at TEGNA Rock “100.7 KFM-BFM” KFMB-FM San Diego is calling it a career.
Shelly Dunn will exit the show on Friday, July 27 after 28 years with the show. Dunn began her career at KATT Oklahoma City and also worked in Dallas and Phoenix where she met Randolph and went with him to San Diego. She also voicetracks middays at Alpha Media Rock 93.7 KCLB Palm Springs.
Mike Kruz is moving from middays at Cox Media Group CHR “Hits 97.3” WFLC Miami to afternoons at sister AC “Easy 93.1” WFEZ. Jeanne Ashley, who has served as Music Director and afternoon host since 2012 has exited the station.
Carey Edwards has been named Program Director and Morning Host at Redwood Empire Stereocasters Country “106.3 The Bull” KBBL Cazadera/Santa Rosa CA. Edwards most recently hosted mornings at Riviera Broadcasting Soft AC “95.1/94.9 The Oasis” KOAZ Phoenix. He has also held programming positions in Austin, Houston, Phoenix, Portland, San Antonio, and Tucson during his career.
Tod Tucker has exited his position as Program Director of Tyler Media’s Alternative “92.9 The Edge” K225BN/KOMA-HD2, Classic Hip-Hop “V103” 103.1 K276EX/KOMA-HD3, and News/Talk 1520 KOKC after five years. Rob Clement has been promoted to PD of the two music stations from Music Director, while Mack Mullings takes on interim oversight of KOKC.
Salem Media Christian AC “94 The Fish” 93.7 WFFI Kingston Springs/94.1 WFFH Smyrna/104.9 WBOZ Woodbury TN has announced that midday host Doug Griffin will move to afternoons from 3-7pm, while Production Director Caryn Cruise will assume the midday slot.
Salem Media Group announced today that Salem Music Network made changes to its mid-day and afternoon lineup on Nashville’s 94 FM the FISH at 94.1 FM, 93.7 FM, 104.9 FM, and the Salem Music Network. Salem Nashville Production Director, Caryn Cruise takes over mid-days from 10am to 3pm central. This year marks Doug Griffin’s 20th year on the radio in Nashville, and after 16 years of helping people get to work, Doug now transitions to helping them get home from 3pm-7pm weekdays.
The new lineup will provide a one-two punch in the mid-day and afternoon drive, using two of Salem’s Music Network’s top talents. This change will follow the nationally syndicated Morning Show, “Good Clean Fun with Kevin and Taylor.” The full-time line up is rounded out with evening hosts, Bonnie Curry, and Penny with Keep the Faith.
“I look forward to hearing two seasoned pros create compelling content that will attract more fans to our life–changing format on our local station and for our national network partners,” said Network Program Director, Jeremy Sweat. Salem Music Network General Manager, Kevin Anderson said, “Under the superb strategic direction of Jeremy Sweat, this national network and the local flagship station, 94 FM The Fish, continue to grow in listenership, influence and impact.”
Top Christian Music artist guests including Matthew West, Phil Wickham and Michael W. Smith will join both Caryn Cruise and Doug Griffin in studio during the month.