The commentator has been without local show on commercial radio since 2011. He’ll find a home on WIBC, which also is preparing to fill its vacant position for news director.
WXNT-AM says the mass exodus of its news-talk listener base was to be expected during transition to CBS Sports radio content.
The afternoon drive-time personality has left the studio but not the building, switching to a sales job with sports-talk station WFNI “The Fan.”
Twice named Indiana’s Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association, Boyle also has been recognized as the top talk show host in Indianapolis by Indianapolis Monthly magazine.
Statewide syndicated radio show thrives despite doubters, host’s heart attack.
Radio station WFNI-AM 1070 is challenging some FM music stations in the battle for male listeners.
Several local radio employees lost their jobs this week in a round of layoffs by San Antonio-based Clear Channel, the parent company of WRZX-FM 103.3, WFBQ-FM 94.7 and WNDE-AM 1260.
Former WFMS-FM 95.5 on-air personality J.D. Cannon said he was fired for insubordination after Jan Jeffries, Atlanta-based senior vice president of programming for Cumulus, heard WFMS play “Long Black Train” by Josh Turner and “Killin’ Time” by Clint Black.
The WTLC-AM 1310 personality’s penchant for asking tough questions has made him one of Indianapolis’ most influential
and made his daily radio show—“Afternoons with Amos”—one of the city’s most popular talk shows.