Reid Spivey And Josh Wolf Head To iHeartMedia/Phoenix
May 27, 2015 at 2:05 PM (PT)
iHEARTMEDIA announced today that REID SPIVEY has been named APD for Top 40 KZZP (104.7 KISS FM)/PHOENIX and sister Hot AC KMXP (MIX 96.9), effective JUNE 15th. In addition, JOSH WOLFF has been named APD for AC KESZ (99.9 KEZ) and Adult Hits KYOT (95.5 THE MOUNTAIN), effective JUNE 29th.
"REID's programming experience immediately enhances our successful brands in KZZP and KMXP," said KZZP-KMXP PD MAT MITCHELL. "REID is a sharp guy, solid talent, and I can't wait for him to start in PHOENIX."
"I’m beyond excited to join the amazing team at iHEARTMEDIA/PHOENIX. KISS FM and MIX are both trendsetters in their respective formats, and I can’t wait to work alongside some of the best people and talent in the business," said SPIVEY. "Thanks to MAT MITCHELL and STEVE GEOFFERIES for the opportunity, as well as SHERYL COLLISON, TRAVIS DYLAN, LJ SMITH and ROD PHILLIPS for their support and leadership while I’ve been in SAVANNAH."
SPIVEY most recently served as PD at iHEARTMEDIA Top 40 WAEV/SAVANNAH. WOLFF most recently served as VP/Programming at iHEARTMEDIA SALISBURY/OCEAN CITY.
"JOSH's strong understanding of adult formats, specifically AC will be a tremendous asset to KESZ and THE MOUNTAIN," said PD PAUL KELLEY. "I'm looking forward to continued growth on both of these stations, and excited that JOSH will be a part of that success."
"The past three years in MARYLAND have been a wonderful learning and growth opportunity and I’ve been so lucky to work with our outstanding local team and our senior programming management," said WOLFF. "While it’s tough to leave, I’m very excited to join the iHEARTMEDIA/PHOENIX team and work with our incredible brands."
"The addition of these two talented programming minds continues our goal of having the most talented programming team in our industry," iHEARTMEDIA/PHOENIX SVP/Programming STEVE GEOFFERIES said. "Both JOSH and REID bring the skill sets we need for continued ratings and revenue growth in the PHOENIX cluster."