Rick Hughes Retires From WQHK; New Airshift Changes In Place
January 4, 2010 at 11:02 AM (PT)
FEDERATED MEDIA Country WQHK/Ft. WAYNE, IN middayer RICK HUGHES has retired after 41 years at the cluster.
RICK started in 1972 at sister Top 40 WMEE-A, which switched to the FM signal in 1979. After the switch, sister Country WQHK launched on WMEE's former AM signal (1380), and RICK made the move to WQHK when it moved to FM in 1994.
With RICK's departure, WQHK morning co-host DEANA RYAN adds a solo airshift from 10a-noon (ET) and WQHK/WMEE OM ROB KELLEY picks up the noon-3p (ET) airshift.