Kenny Walker Joins 102.7 The Beach Miami

Magic 102.7 The Beach WMXJ Miami Mindy Lang Jay Johnson Pattie Moreno Entercom Kenny Walker 99.9 WKISAs expected following his exit from mornings at CBS Country “Kiss 99.9” WKIS, Kenny Walker is joining Entercom’s recently relaunched Classic Hits “102.7 The Beach” WMXJ Miami for mornings starting Monday, January 11.

Walker has been working in the Miami market since 1995. First at CHR “Y100” 100.7 WHYI where he eventually hosted mornings until his exit in 2007, Walker then spent two years in afternoons at Cox AC “97.3 The Coast” WFLC before joining WKIS in 2009. He previously worked in New York at 95.5 WPLJ and serves at the Public Address Announcer for the NFL’s Miami Dolphins.

Entercom South Florida announced today that it has named high profile South Florida radio personality Kenny Walker as the new host of mornings on 102.7 The Beach.

A recognized member of the Miami community, Walker has been making South Florida radio listeners smile for over 20 years. In addition to his morning show, Walker is the voice of the Miami Dolphins and active with various charities throughout the area. During his career, Walker has announced over 170 Dolphins games, and has helped raise more than $1.6 million dollars for Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital.

“I am thrilled to be joining 102.7 The Beach,” said Walker. “I love the energy of the station and I am excited to be working with Program Director, Pattie Moreno to help build this brand and connect with our audience, online and through social media and within our amazing community.”

Pattie Moreno, the Program Director for 102.7 The Beach, commented “Kenny is the perfect fit for mornings on 102.7 The Beach. His endearing and unique style in morning drive will provide great compelling content for our fans, drive ratings growth and further enhance the Beach brand.”

Walker starts on the air on 102.7 The Beach on Monday, January 11, 2016

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