Bobby Duncan Joins KGON As Program Director
Entercom Classic Rock 92.3 KGON Portland has appointed Bobby ‘Slam’ Duncan as Program Director.
Duncan returns to the radio industry after spending the past four years in digital marketing including operating the RadioBrave podcasting service. He has previously programmed KLOL Houston, WGRD Grand Rapids, and WXMX/WKIM Memphis during his career.
Entercom, the #1 creator of live, original, local audio content in the United States, today announced Bobby Duncan as Program Director of 92.3 KGON (KGON-FM) in Portland, effective December 3.
“Bobby has a proven track record of managing great on-air teams and stations, as well as their respective digital channels, and we are confident that his experience will translate to success for 92.3 KGON,” said Bill Ashenden, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Entercom Portland. “We are thrilled to welcome Bobby to the KGON team and are certain he will enhance the heritage rock station that our listeners have come to know and love.”
“I may not have won the billion dollar lottery but I got something just as good – the Program Director chair at legendary 92.3 KGON in Portland,” said Duncan. “My sincere thanks go out to Bill Ashenden, Dave Richards [Vice President Programming and Operations, Entercom Seattle] and Doug Abernethy [Regional President, Entercom] for their faith in me and making this possible.”
Duncan began his career as an on-air personality for sister station Mega 101 FM (KLOL-FM) in Houston. He has also served in management and consulting roles for KQBT (then KKRW) in Houston, WXMX and WKIM in Memphis and WGRD in Grand Rapids, MI.