CBS Cuts Hit More Markets
January 3, 2009 at 2:07 AM (PT)
More CBS RADIO cutbacks hit several markets on FRIDAY.
In DALLAS, where Classic Hits KLUV midday host DEBI DIAZ has exited, with middays not listed on the station's website schedule for now. DIAZ had been with the station for 17 years.
And reports have sister Talk KRLD-A morning co-anchor CARLA MARION exiting the building as well, while KVIL (103.7 LITE FM) middayer TERRY KING is also missing from the station's website and apparently out as well.
Still in DALLAS, ALL ACCESS hears that several more have been let go at Top 40/Rhythmic KMVK (MOVIN 107.5), including night host KADEN, middayer KENDALL, and APD SCOOTER (email@example.com and myspace.com/scooter985)
In PHOENIX, longtime Country KMLE afternoon host STU EVANS has disappeared from the station's website, with evening host JEFF WEST now showing in EVANS' 1-6p slot. And "CAMELBACK JACK" DEAN is no longer showing up on Oldies KOOL's schedule.
In LAS VEGAS, Hot AC KMXB (MIX 94.1) and Adult Hits KKJJ (100.5 JACK FM) PD JUSTIN CHASE exits as his contract expires. Reach out to JUSTIN at 702-249-7418.
In SEATTLE, NORTHWEST BROADCASTERS is reporting that longtime Classic Rock KZOK afternoon host STEVE SLATON and overnight host NATE CONNERS are among the cuts.
Rock WXRK (92.3 K-ROCK)/NEW YORK afternoon host IAN CAMFIELD has been removed from the station's website schedule and is apparently out.