Becca Walls Leaving WKDF/Nashville Middays After 16-Year Run
May 4, 2016 at 7:07 AM (PT)
CUMULUS Country WKDF (NASH FM)/NASHVILLE midday personality BECCA WALLS is leaving the station after a 16-year run effective WEDNESDAY, MAY 11th. WALLS posted the news on her FACEBOOK page YESTERDAY (5/3), explaining, “Please know this was 1000% my decision and CUMULUS NASHVILLE couldn’t have been kinder or more supportive when I delivered the news. I am not leaving NASHVILLE. It is my home and a city I have grown to love intensely.” WALLS will continue her freelance work, which includes serving as NASHVILLE correspondent for ENVISION NETWORKS’ AMERICOUNTRY daily radio prep and other Country products.
WALLS added, “Other than that, I am talking to people, exploring options from freelance to full-time and am trying to get a quick crash course on what it’s like to go to lunch in NASHVILLE, something I haven’t been able to do for the last 16 years.” Her news comes two days after CUMULUS VP/Country and WKDF PD CHARLIE COOK posted a rare full-time opening at the station on MONDAY (NET NEWS 5/2).