According to AJC.com media blogger Rodney Ho, long-time afternoon host Ryan Cameron will take over mornings in January. Former BET “106 & Park” host Big Tigger, last heard on the radio in D.C., will take over afternoons.
“We will definitely miss waking up every morning and coming into this studio and doing what we do every day, but we know God has other plans and other things He wants us to do,” Ski said on air. Later, he added, “I want to expand and grow.”
Translation: his contract wasn’t renewed by CBS which owns the station.
He said their final day will be Thursday, Dec. 20.
Even though his $2.2 million home in the Dunwoody section is on the market, Ski said he doesn’t plan to leaving Atlanta. He vows he’ll back on the air, but wasn’t specific as to when.
Now’s the time to be nervous if you’re a morning show personality on one of the competing stations in the market.
By the way, most major air personalities have a six-month “non-compete” that keep them off the air during that period, but after that, it’s on and poppin’.
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