Jagger is leaving his dual roles at iHeartMedia New York to move to sister CHRs “Kiss 95.7” WKSS Hartford-Meridan and “KC 101” 101.3 WKCI New Haven CT as Program Director. Jagger currently serves as Music Director at CHR “Z100” WHTZ and night host at Rhythmic Hot AC 103.5 WKTU. This marks a return to WKCI as he previously served as MD/afternoon host at the station until joining WKTU in 2006. He has also worked at WHOT Youngstown, WYOK Mobile, WNOU Indianapolis, KZHT Salt Lake City and others during his career. He also hosts the syndicated Weekend Throwdown with Jagger. He succeeds Zac Davis, who was promoted to VP/Programming for iHeartMedia’s Richmond VA cluster last month. iHeartMedia Connecticut has announced that Jagger has been named Program D...[Read More]
iHeartMedia has promoted Zac Davis to SVP/Programming for its Richmond VA stations. Davis comes to Richmond from iHeartMedia’s Hartford/New Haven CT cluster where he programmed CHR’s “95.7 Kiss-FM” WKSS and “KC 101” 101.3 WKCI. He has also worked as SVP/Programming for the company’s Myrtle Beach SC cluster where he also programmed Country “Gator 107.9” WGTR-FM. In Richmond, Davis will oversee CHR “Q94” 94.5 WRVQ, Classic Rock “96.1 The Planet” W241AP, AC “Mix 98.1” WTVR-FM, Country “Big 98.5” W253BI, Alternative “XL 102” 102.1 WRXL, Urban “106.5 The Beat” WBTJ, Sports “Fox Sports 910” WRNL, and News/Talk 1140 WRVA. He fills the spot vacated by AJ’s...[Read More]
iHeartMedia is transferring JB Wilde, Program Director of CHR’s “Kiss 95.7” WKSS Hartford and “KC 101” WKCI New Haven, CT to Minneapolis to program Hot AC “Cities 97” KTCZ and CHR 101.3 KDWB. Wilde heads to Minneapolis to take the opening created by Rich Davis’ move to Seattle as VP/Programming in December. Wilde will start in Minneapolis on April 20th. Before joining WKSS/WKCI in 2012, Wilde previously programmed for iHeart in Atlanta, Greensboro, Lexington, and Winchester VA. Additionally, former 95.1 WAPE Jacksonville Program Director ‘Kobe’ Fargo joins iHeartMedia’s “Hot 107.9” WWHT Syracuse as its new PD.