McKay Exits Max Media Norfolk
December 17, 2007 at 9:15 AM (PT)
Veteran programmer STEVE MCKAY -- who has been working in sales for the last two years at the MAX MEDIA NORFOLK cluster -- has decided to leave radio and return to his native NEW JERSEY, where he'll take over the family's pharmacy business.
"I never viewed radio as a job, it was my passion, and I've had a blast," said MCKAY. "When I look back on all the people I've met, and the places I've been to, and the things I've done--I've led a charmed life. As much as I've loved radio, I'm being given an opportunity of a lifetime that will secure my future, and more importantly, my family's future."
MCKAY adds, "I want to thank MAX MEDIA, which has been my home for the past 2 years. My decision to leave was about ME and my future, and is not a reflection on MAX MEDIA. The people at MAX have been like family to me (like me, most came over from the other place in town a couple of years ago), and I'll truly miss them.
MCKAY, who previously programmed crosstown ENTERCOM Hot AC WPTE, has also held programming posts in PHILADELPHIA and the WILKES BARRE-SCRANTON market.