Cumulus Shuffles Programmers In Four Markets

Cumulus Program Director Greg Dunkin Mike Scott Cincinnati Topeka Boise Reno Cumulus Media has announced Program Director changes in four of its markets.

  • Chris Huenke moves across the hall from AC “Warm 98.5” WRRM Cincinnati to Country “Nash-FM 94.1” WNNF replacing the departing Mike Scott.
  • Replacing Huenke at WRRM is Greg Dunkin, who had been programming AC “Majic 107.7” KMAJ and Classic Hits “99.3 The Eagle” KWIC Topeka
  • Also existing Topeka is Operations Manager/PD of Rock “V100” KDVV, Forrest Smithkors as he heads to Classic Rock “96.9 The Eagle” KKGL Boise
  • Steve Mills joins Cumulus Topeka from Clear Channel Allentown as new Program Director of KWIC and KDVV, while Amber Lee is promoted from APD to Program Director of KMAJ and Country “102.9 KTOP“.
  • Finally, “My 98.3” WMIM Monroe/Toledo Program Director/Morning Host Ryan Nutter transfers to “Mix 95.5” KNEV Reno as Program Director/Morning Host replacing Doug Daniels.
  • SVP/Programming Mike McVay said “These promotions and transfers underscore the quality of programmers within Cumulus. We congratulate Chris, Greg, Forrest, Ryan and Amber on their new positions and we welcome Steve to the family.”

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    1. airplane777 says

      Cumulus should replace the GM and PD of the Colorado Springs stations. For example KKFM 98.1 plays the worst classic rock songs and for some reason, they don’t realize it. KKMG Magic 98.9 on the other hand plays too many commercials, once they start they don’t stop. KVOR 740 is doing something right, they brought in Michael Savage, however they have a limited AM signal and at night it is undetectable in most areas. They also dropped Coast to Coast AM and replaced it with Red Eye Radio, which sucks. These stations could definitely benefit from a beefed up streaming server that could output a MP3 feed and of course better music and less commercials but I don’t want to get too excited.

      1. Charles Everett says

        Michael Savage and Red Eye Radio are both syndicated by Cumulus Media, which is why they’re heard on KVOR.

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