Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Jan. 5, 2010




Tom Poleman, Senior Vice President of Programming for Clear Channel Radio, today announced the appointment of Jay Towers as Programming/Talent Consultant for the company. Towers will monitor and work with morning show talent by developing and refining morning show systems and talent coaching tools. He will report directly to Poleman. "We are thrilled to have Jay on board as we further develop our incredible morning show programming, making great radio even better. Jay's background and abilities are a perfect fit for us and we can't wait to see what he'll accomplish working along with our talented on-air personalities and program directors," said Poleman... Clear Channel Appoints Jay Towers Programming/Talent Consultant (Tue, 1/5)



Detroit News:

The confetti from New Year's Eve was barely swept up when Detroit radio executives started making changes in their morning shows. Almost exactly a year after debuting a "Deminski & Doyle" morning show, Greater Media, owners of classic rock WCSX-FM (94.7), pulled the plug on the duo and will put veteran afternoon jock Ken Calvert in the morning slot. The changes will take effect Monday... Deminski, Doyle out as Metro Detroit radio stations shuffle DJs (Tue, 1/5)



Detroit Free Press:

WCSX-FM (94.7) morning talk show "Deminski & Doyle" signed off for good Monday after a year on the classic rock station. Morning commuters heard the hosts, Jeff Deminski and Bill Doyle, run through some of their favorite segments over the last year before announcing on air that this would be their last day... 'Deminski & Doyle' off 'CSX (Tue, 1/5)







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