People Moves 9/5: No More Steve Harvey In Dallas & Tom Joyner In New Haven
Service Broadcasting Urban AC “Smooth R&B 105.7” KRNB Decatur/Dallas has dropped the syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show. The station has yet to announce plans for the daypart.
Yale Broadcasting Company Urban AC 94.3 WYBC-FM New Haven CT has dropped the syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show for the new local Juan Castillo Morning Show. Castillo has been with WYBC-FM since 1988 and also serves as Director of Operations. He will be accompanied on the new show by former WYBC-FM host Kandy Williams and R&B artist Rahsaan Langley.
Entravision Spanish Tropical “” WNUE Deltona/Orlando FL has announced the debut of the new “Él y Ella” morning show hosted by Program Director Arnaldo Oliveiri and Jessica Reyes. Reyes rejoins the station after stints at Spanish and English stations in Orlando, Tampa, and Washington DC as well as in television. The duo were previously married.
Entravision Communications Corporation (NYSE: EVC), a diversified global media and advertising technology company serving Latino consumers, today announced that starting on Tuesday, September 4th, it will begin airing “Él y Ella” on WNUE-FM, 98.1 Salsa y Más every weekday from 6am to 10am ET and will be hosted by Arnaldo Olivieri “JR al Aire” and Jessica Reyes. Mr. Olivieri and Ms. Reyes were happily married for 14 years and after being divorced for the last 5 years, they are “back together” and will be sharing their “uncoupled conversations” on “Él y Ella.”
Ms. Reyes, a seasoned radio personality, returns to 98.1FM, Orlando’s Hispanic Flagship station, where she used to host the midday show. During that time, Ms. Reyes was the presenter for “El Mambo de Orlando” which aired on Noticias Univision Orlando. Shortly thereafter, she became the host of the nationally syndicated show “The Daily Buzz” which aired in over 30 markets nationally.
Mr. Olivieri is the current Program Director for WNUE-FM in Orlando. With over 25 years of experience, he lives and breathes radio as a lifestyle. He started his career in his native Coamo, Puerto Rico and previously has served as program director for La Mega in Philadelphia, El Zol in Washington DC, as well as on-air talent at El Zol in Miami.
“We are excited to bring a different flavor of radio to mornings in Orlando.” said Humberto Hormaza, Senior Vice President, Entravision. “Él y Ella brings a dynamic that has never been done before, and it is certainly guaranteed to spark fireworks in your radio on your drive to work each morning.”
Cumulus Media AC “B106.7” WTCB Columbia SC has announced it has picked up the syndicated “Bob & Sheri” for mornings from 530-10am. Bob & Sheri will fill the opening created by the exit of OM/Morning Host Brant Johnson in August.
CUMULUS MEDIA announces that it has added morning radio show “BOB & SHERI” to WTCB-FM/B106.7’s weekday programming schedule. The nationally syndicated show debuted on B106.7 this week and airs on the Adult Contemporary station every Monday-Friday from 5:30am-10am.
Rick Prusator, Vice President/Market Manager, CUMULUS MEDIA-Columbia, SC, said: “We have considered the opportunity of adding BOB & SHERI to our great lineup at B106.7 for some time and our entire team is excited to make it a reality.”
Sheri Lynch, Co-Host, “BOB & SHERI” said: “B-106 has one of the best signals and most well-known call letters in the Southeast. Columbia is a city that means a lot to me – friends, family, and killer college football. We’re so happy to be supported by the amazing Cumulus team there. GM Rick Prusator and PD Steve McKay have a real vision for the station. Mike McVay and John Dimick at corporate have been fantastic. We’re honored to be on board.”
“BOB & SHERI” is hosted by Bob Lacey and Sheri Lynch and has received numerous awards, including nine NAB Marconi Award nominations, five Gracie Awards, and multiple regional, state, and local honors. The show is syndicated by Now! Media, LLC to 50 stations across the U.S. and around the world on Armed Forces Radio.