Cumulus Nashville names sales leaders for three stations

Bradocasting group Cumulus Nashville has named general sales managers for its big WKDF, WSM-FM and WQQK stations. Rhonda Rollins, who has more than 23 years of radio experience, will lead the sales efforts at country stations WKDF and WSM. Rollins had previously held the same role at WQQK, Cumulus’ urban adult contemporary outlet, since 2011. Her spot at WQQK has been taken by Lori Tournay Liggett, who has moved to Cumulus Nashville from CBS Detroit, where she was general sales manager for a Top 40 station.

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Station manager tapped to succeed Turner as NewsChannel 5 GM

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Thirty Tigers adds country radio promo group

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GAC programming exec plans exit

Suzanne Gordon has told her bosses at Great American Country that she will step down from her vice president of programming post at the end of the year. Gordon joined GAC in 2006 and was promoted in the fall of 2010. has more details.

Nov 21, 2014 2:17 PM

October best month for 3HL, even after Travis' departure

There were murmurs that the departure of Clay Travis from 104.5's ratings monster, 3HL, would torpedo the show's numbers. The Cumulus station brought back Mickey Ryan to sit in Travis' seat alongside Brent Dougherty and Blaine Bishop.

Now with a month of ratings post-Travis in the books, the speculation that the change would threaten the show's dominance looks to have been unfounded:




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Cumulus names new Nashville market manager

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