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iHeartMedia Launches ’93.1 the Beat’ In LouisvilleKy

LOUISVILLE – MAY 11, 2016 – iHeartMedia announced today the debut of WTFX-FM 93.1 The Beat, “The Ville’s Hip Hop and R&B,” effective immediately.    93.1 The Beat will launch commercial-free with 10,000 songs in a row.  The station will be anchored by syndicated morning show, The Breakfast Club.  The show, featuring DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God, which is set to begin June 13. The previous active rock format will continue to be heard in Louisville on WQMF-HD2 (95.7 HD2), online at FoxRocks.com and on the iHeartRadio mobile app.   “This is an exciting addition to the iHeartMedia Louisville portfolio,”…


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Louisville Ky radio stations get new rock director

IHEARTMEDIA NAMES TONY TILFORD DIRECTOR OF ROCK PROGRAMMING FOR KENTUCKY-INDIANA REGION   LOUISVILLE – APRIL 20, 2016 – iHeartMedia announced today that Tony Tilford has been named Director of Rock Programming for the Kentucky-Indiana region, effective May 1, 2016.  In addition, Tilford will also oversee WQMF-FM and WTFX-FM. As Director of Rock Programming for the Kentucky-Indiana region, Tilford will work closely with the programming staff and talent for the region’s six rock stations to deliver unique, effective opportunities to reach listeners through iHeartMedia’s unmatched assets, including on-air, online, social media promotions, personality endorsements and live event integrations.  He will be…


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Louisville Ky’s Cards Radio 790 WKRD debuts new lineup

  Louisville, Ky. – February 25, 2016 – iHeartMedia Louisville announced today that two new local shows will join the lineup at Cards Radio 790 KRD. Howie Lindsey will host a new morning sports talkshow from 7-10:00 a.m. weekdays.  Lindsey is well-known as an expert on the Louisville sports scene through his past work on local radio, television, and online at CardinalSports.com.  He has covered Louisville area athletics for over a dozen years.  Lindsey will be joined by contributors Matt Willinger and Katie George. Also joining the Cards Radio 790 KRD lineup is Nick Coffey.  Coffey will host a new…


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Matt Jones and Kentucky Sports Radio Renew With iHeartMedia Louisville

  Hear Rick Redding’s Interview with Matt Jones on this week’s Rusty Satellite Show . Louisville, KY – July 28, 2015 – iHeartMedia Louisville announced today that Matt Jones, the voice of Kentucky Sports Radio (KSR), has renewed with his network of stations.  Jones, now in his 5th year with the show, will continue to host Kentucky Sports Radio every weekday from 10a.m. – 12 noon ET on TalkRadio 1080 WKJK in Louisville, NewsRadio 630 WLAP in Lexington, and affiliates around the state served by the Kentucky News Network. “Matt has built a large and loyal fan base to become the most widely listened-to personality in…


Louisville’s Chris Randolph Renews With 97.5 WAMZ

Louisville, KY., – 97.5 WAMZ announced today that morning drive personality Chris Randolph has renewed with the station.  Randolph, who marks 6 years with 97.5 WAMZ this year, will continue to entertain Kentuckiana, along with co-host Amy Nic, every weekday from 5-10 a.m. ET. iHeartMedia Louisville has a strong cross-platform presence including a number of iconic brands and franchises — both broadcast and digital – including WTFX-FM; WQMF-FM; WAMZ-FM; WNRW-FM; WLGX-FM; WKRD-AM; WHAS-AM; and WKJK-AM — and produces legendary marquee events including Bras Across The Bluegrass, the WHAS Crusade for Children, and Coyote’s Concert For Kids. iHeartMedia is a leading…


New Festival for 2015 Kentucky State Fair in Louisville

Louisville, Ky., – The Kentucky State Fair has announced a new music event for this year’s fair. Barrels and Boots Music Festival makes its inaugural showcase beginning August 21. Held in Freedom Hall, the one-day, six-artist event will mix country newcomers and chart toppers. The line-up is being presented by iHeartRadio and features Montgomery Gentry and John Michael Montgomery with Eric Paslay, Craig Campbell, RaeLynn and Kelsie May.   “We’re thrilled to help bring Barrels and Boots Music Festival to life as part of the Kentucky State Fair,” said WAMZ/Louisville Program Director for iHeartMedia Michael Jordan. “It’s going to be…