Amy Dose began her career in 2002 with KQCA/KCRA in Sacramento, before moving to KELO in Sioux Falls, South Dakota as an AE. Between 2007 and 2010 Amy lived in Tokyo, Japan, while her husband was stationed there as part of the US Navy, where she was the Business Development Manager for a publication owned by CPI, Inc.. Most recently she has been with KASW CW6, here in Phoenix, as an AE. She willl join the Ch 5 sales stafff Thursday 9/1, wlcome to the CBS family.
Amy was an NCAA National Diving Finalist and has run marathons. She’s a graduate of the University of California-Davis.
Valley radio station KAJM-FM (104.3), better known as Mega, is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a blowout concert and celebration this week.
Mega 104.3 Birthday Bash
What: KAJM-FM (104.3), the Valley’s old-school station, reaches its 10th anniversary with a bash headlined by Morris Day and the Time (“Jungle Love.”) Brick and GQ open the show, and on-air talent from the station will appear.
When: 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27.
Where: Celebrity Theatre, 440 N. 32nd St., Phoenix.
Details: 602-267-1600, celebritytheatre.com.
Johnjay and Rich are launching their show on KPLV-FM Las Vegas beginning Monday, August 29th.
In addition to KPLV, the show can be heard on KZZP-FM (KISS-FM) Phoenix, KKRZ-FM (Z100) Portland, KRQQ-FM (KRQ) Tucson, KVUU-FM (My 99.9) Colorado Springs, KSME-FM (KISS-FM) Ft. Collins, CO., as well on the digital platform of iheartradio with the Johnjay and Rich Channel.
For more on the Johnjay & Rich Show please visit www.johnjayandrich.com or www.johnjayandrich.com/pages/epk
Nevin announced his resignation as GM of KSAZ-TV last Thursday. Broadcasting & Cable reports Nevin is headed to KFMB-TV CBS in San Diego.
An official at KSAZ confirmed Nevin’s resignation and said he was going to San Diego, but declined to give further details. Nevin did not return a telephone call Thursday seeking comment.
News Corp. owns KSAZ, Fox Sports Arizona and KUTP-TV Channel 45 in the Phoenix market.
KAJM and KNRJ names Fred Rico program director of MEGA 104.3 and The BEAT 92.7/99.3/101.1.
Rico, an Arizona native from Tucson, most recently served as Program Director
for San Diego’s “Old School” Magic 92.5 and Z 90.3, prior to that he served as
Program Director at Hot 98.3, Tejano 1600, Cool 1450 and La Preciosa 97.1 in
Tucson. Rico has previously had successful programming and promotion
responsibilities in Hawaii and Phoenix.
Sierra H Broadcasting, General Manager Michael Mallace said, “We could not
be more excited to welcome Fred into the Sierra H Family and back to
Phoenix. His proven track record, passion in marketing, branding,
knowledge of “Old School” music and talent development will bode well for
the continued growth and success of our brands.”
This is a homecoming for Fred who started his radio career in Phoenix at KHTC
FM and KIDR 740 AM. On joining MEGA and The BEAT, Fred stated, “I’m very
excited to be back in Arizona, I’m excited about the staff and I’m excited
about moving forward with Sierra H Broadcasting.”