The homecoming that looked so good on paper lasted just a tad over four months as Don Geronimo has exited CBS Sports “106.7 The Fan” WJFK Manassas VA/Washington DC. The news was first reported this weekend by DCRTV.com and then confirmed on Twitter by Geronimo himself. No one should be shocked I'm not in the plans for CBS/dc. I had opined recently on air how I didn't understand the logic. Now 30 more days w — Don Geronimo (@DonGeronimoShow) March 2, 2014 Pay from CBS, then off to brighter pastures. You know I have a lot to say on the entire matter, you'll hear it all soon enuf, ever 4ward — Don Geronimo (@DonGeronimoShow) March 2, 2014 Geronimo has been vocal about the inconsistent nature of his scheduling. At first he was brought in to host 7-10pm on ev...[Read More]
After departing 1140 KHTK Sacramento earlier this month, Don Geronimo is heading back to 106.7 WJFK Washington, DC. Geronimo, who hosted afternoons at then Hot Talk WJFK (except for a short move to middays) with Mike O’Meara from 1991 until 2008, will return to the now Sports station to host nights from 7 to 10pm, Saturday mornings from 9am to 12pm, and contribute to the station’s Sunday morning football pregame starting on Thursday, October 24.
With all the hoopla surrounding the departure of Howard Stern to Sirius at the end of the year, many radio industry pundits have wondered what Infinity Broadcasting has planned to replace Stern. The pieces have been slowly coming together. Today, Infinity will take control of 106.9 KIFR San Francisco (formerly Family Radio KEAR-FM) and launch a stunt in preparation of the debut of “106.9 Free-FM”. San Francisco will merely be the first station to debut with the Free-FM branding. In late July, Infinity registered the following webdomains: (The stations the domains are for are still mere speculation based on Infinity’s existing properties) 923freefm.com (for WXRK New York – Stern’s current flagship) 925freefm.com (for KDJM Denver – currently Rhythmic Oldie...[Read More]