Tim Spence Returning To Denver As KHOW-KDSP PD; iHeartMedia Hartford-New Haven News-Talk-Sports Stations Seek New PD
August 29, 2016 at 1:51 PM (PT)
ALL ACCESS hears that veteran Sports programmer TIM SPENCE is exiting the PD post at iHEARTMEDIA Sports WUCS (97.9 ESPN) and News-Talk WPOP-A/HARTFORD and Sports WAVZ-A (ESPN RADIO 1300) and News-Talk WELI-A/NEW HAVEN to return to DENVER as PD of sister News-Talk KHOW-A and Sports KDSP-A (DENVER SPORTS 760), filling the position vacated by JOSH EVERETT, who moved in JULY to become iHEARTMEDIA's Director of Spoken Word Programming for the KENTUCKY-INDIANA Region and PD for News-Talk WHAS-A/LOUISVILLE. SPENCE spent many years in the DENVER market, programming KKFN (THE FAN), KEPN-A (ESPN RADIO 1600AM), and the old KDSP (102.3 ESPN)-KJAC (105.5 ESPN).
This leaves HARTFORD-NEW HAVEN SVP Programming DAVE SYMONDS on the lookout for a new PD to both program WUCS, WPOP, WELI, and WAVZ and to do some on-air work on WUCS with afternoon host ROB DIBBLE. SYMONDS tells ALL ACCESS he's looking for someone with "positive outlook, strong knowledge of the formats, a love of meeting people, coaching terrific talent, and strong desire to work with sales to hit revenue goals," and it would be helpful to bring proficiency with NexGen as well.
Anyone qualified and interested should send a package and examples of on-air work to SYMONDS at email@example.com. iHEARTMEDIA is an EOE.