Q94 Beaumont Promoted Jammer To PD; Adds The Bert Show

Q94 94.1 KQXY BeaumontCumulus Media CHR “Q94” 94.1 KQXY-FM Beaumont TX has promoted APD/MD/afternoon host Tommy ‘Jammer’ Muzzillo to Program Director.

Muzzillo was with KQXY from its flip from AC to CHR in 1993 and has been at his current role since 2010. In between he spent time at multiple record labels working in promotions. He takes the PD role previously held by Brandin Shaw, who recently retired to take a position with the city of Beaumont.

Shaw and co-host Dale Baird also held the morning show duties at KQXY. With their exit the station has added the syndicated Bert Show for mornings.

CUMULUS MEDIA announces that it has appointed Tommy “Jammer” Muzzillo as Program Director for Top 40 radio station KQXY/Q94 in Beaumont, TX. Muzzillo helped launch Q94 in 1993 and was formerly Columbia Records’ Dallas Regional Promotion Manager. He returned to his hometown of Beaumont in 2010, rejoining Q94 as Assistant Program Director/Music Director and Afternoon On-Air Personality under Operations Manager/Program Director Brandin Shaw, who recently retired from radio after a successful 30-year career.

Bo Brown, Vice President/Market Manager, CUMULUS MEDIA-Beaumont, said: “Jammer is the leader we need to take Q94 to the next level. Nobody understands Q94 music and the Beaumont market better than Jammer.”
 
Tommy “Jammer” Muzzillo said: “I am thrilled to be programming the station I helped put on the air back in 1993! And the funny thing is, our VP/Market Manager, Bo Brown, who took the reins at the stations about three months ago, was with me when we kicked off Q94 back in 1993! He and I work very well together and we have a really solid team at Cumulus Beaumont, plus having great Cumulus leaders and great minds like Doug Hamand, Mike McVay, Leslie Whittle and Louie Diaz to bounce music and ideas off of makes us even stronger as we take the station into the future.”

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