Christine Malovetz Rises To WNYL Assistant Program Director
Entercom Alternative “Alt 92.3” WNYL New York has promoted midday host Christine Malovetz to Assistant Program Director.
Malovetz joined WNYL soon after its launch in late 2017 from “Now 96.3” KNOU St. Louis. Her previous Alternative experience includes time at “Q101” WKQX Chicago, “Y100” WPLY Philadelphia, and 95.5 WBRU Providence where she used the on-air name ‘Electra’.
Entercom, a leading media and entertainment company and one of the two largest radio broadcasters in the U.S., announced the promotion of Christine Malovetz to Assistant Program Director of ALT 92.3 (WNYL-FM) in New York, effective immediately. Malovetz will continue to host the Nielsen Top 10 rated station’s midday drive show, weekdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. ET.
“Christine has been a huge contributor to the team. She’s been my true partner in crime and I’m thrilled for her on this much-deserved promotion,” said Mike Kaplan, Senior Vice President of Programming, Entercom New York. “Christine has her finger on the pulse of alternative music in New York and we look forward to the station’s continued growth under the leadership of this team.”
“It’s an honor to accept this position at New York’s NEW Alternative,” said Malovetz. “I’m excited to continue building a strong alternative brand alongside Mike Kaplan and our talented ALT team.”
Christine Malovetz joined ALT 92.3 in 2017 as an on-air personality. Her radio career spans 20 years, including stops at Q101 in Chicago, former Philadelphia station Y100 and WBRU in Providence, RI. In 2014, she was recognized by the National Alliance on Mental Health as Chicago’s “Volunteer of the Year.” Malovetz continues to work towards mental health awareness and suicide prevention through Entercom’s “I’m Listening” campaign.