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Emily Raines Joins 100.7 The Wolf Seattle As Morning Co-Host

Entercom Country “100.7 The Wolf” KKWF Seattle has appointed Emily Raines as its new morning co-host alongside Matt McAllister. Raines spent the last seven years at iHeartMedia Country “94.9 The Bull” WUBL Atlanta as morning show producer under the name ‘Freckles’. Her entire radio career has been spent at WUBL where she began as an intern. McAllister joined KKWF in September 2017 after previously hosting mornings at 102.5 KNIX Phoenix. Entercom Communications, the #1 creator of live, original, local audio content in the United States, and its top-rated Seattle country station 100.7 The Wolf (KKWF-FM) announce that Emily Raines has been named as co-host of the morning show, beginning Monday, March 5. Raines joins co-host Matt McAllister on “The Morning W...[Read More]

Matt McAllister Takes Mornings At 100.7 The Wolf Seattle

Entercom Country “100.7 The Wolf” KKWF Seattle has named Matt McAllister as its new morning host. McAllister takes the reigns created by the departure of Fitz in April. He hosted mornings at iHeartMedia Country 102.5 KNIX Phoenix from 2008 until the end of 2016. Prior to that he spent a decade at Rock 99.9 KTYD Santa Barbara CA. Ellen Tailor and Randy The Biscuit who were part of Fitz’ Seattle morning show and have continued to host the daypart since his exit will not remain with McAllister in mornings. KKWF, FM 100.7 The Wolf, is pleased to announce personality Matt McAllister as the host of its new morning show. Seattle’s fresh country station will debut its new show and host starting the week of October 2, 2017 from 6:00am to 10:00am PST. McAllister moved to the Pacifi...[Read More]

Fitz Exits 100.7 The Wolf Seattle

After nearly twelve years leading mornings at Entercom Country “100.7 The Wolf” KKWF Seattle, Cory ‘Fitz’ has exited the station. Entercom released a brief statement regarding Fitz’s departure: Fitz in the Morning will no longer be on air on 100.7-FM The Wolf in Seattle as of Monday, April 24. Fitz has been an important part of the station for nearly 12 years, but we have decided to part ways. We wish him well, and we will be conducting a nationwide search for the station’s next morning show. The remainder of the current KKWF morning show will remain with the station as co-hosts Ellen Tailor and Randy The Biscuit will host mornings while Wingnut continues to fill-in during the vacant afternoon slot on the station. No word on the status of Fitz’s national...[Read More]

Drew Bland Named KKWF Seattle Program Director

Entercom Country “100.7 The Wolf” KKWF Seattle has appointed Drew Bland as its new Program Director. Bland joins KKWF from Cox Media Group’s “K92.3” WWKA Orlando where he has programmed the station since June 2014. He also spent a decade at CBS Country 107.9 KMLE Phoenix in multiple roles including night host, morning show producer, midday host, Music Director, and Assistant Program Director, and Interim Program Director. Bland replaces Mike Preston who departed earlier this year and will start on April 12, 2017. Entercom Seattle welcomes Drew Bland as program director for 100.7 FM The Wolf, Seattle’s hot country station. “After a nationwide search, it was very clear that Drew was the right person for the job. The Wolf is one of America’s great country station...[Read More]

Mike Preston Exits As KHTP/KKWF Seattle PD

After seven plus years with the company, Mike Preston is stepping down as Program Director of Entercom Country “100.7 The Wolf” KKWF and Classic Hip-Hop “Hot 103.7” KHTP Seattle at the end of February. This was Preston’s second run in Seattle as he previously OM/PD of 96.5 KJAQ and 106.1 KBKS for CBS Radio from 1997-2006. He also was APD/MD of ABC’s 95.5 WPLJ New York from 1989-1997 and VP/Programming of CBS Radio San Francisco from 2006 until January 2009. Entercom Seattle VP/Programming Dave Richards will add KHTP and KKWF to his duties until a replacement is named.