Scott Shannon Returns To New York Radio Weekday Mornings On CBS-FM
Get ready to wake up with Scott Shannon on CBS-FM beginning Monday, March 3rd. The New York radio legend is the new weekday morning drive host (Monday-Friday 6:00-10:00AM), it was announced today by Program Director, Jim Ryan.
“Scott Shannon in the Morning” will also feature Mr. G providing weather reports, and Joe Nolan with all the latest traffic information during your morning commute.
“Not often does a legendary morning drive personality become available with the experience of waking up New Yorkers for more than 25 years,” said Don Bouloukos, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, CBS RADIO New York. “CBS-FM is a heritage station, and the perfect place for Hall Of Famer Scott Shannon. We are thrilled to welcome Scott and his award-winning personality to CBS-FM and the CBS RADIO family.”
The CBS-FM weekday line-up continues with Dan Taylor in middays (10:00AM-3:00PM), Broadway Bill Lee from 3:00-7:00PM, Brooklyn’s Own Joe Causi from 7:00PM-12:00AM, and Dave Stewart from 12:00-6:00AM. In addition to listening to CBS-FM on-air at 101.1FM, you can listen online here and through the Radio.com app for a variety of mobile devices.
Added Ryan, “We’ve assembled an enormously talented team to help listeners start their day off right, with all the authenticity and character of a great local New York radio show. That theme continues throughout the day with an ensemble of proven personalities who are beloved by the audience. This is one of the strongest lineups in all of radio.”
Listen to this morning’s announcement from Jim Ryan:
Wayne Cabot on CBSAM also chatted this morning with Scott Shannon:
Shannon’s Hall of Fame radio career has spanned in excess of four decades with more than 25 of those spent doing mornings in New York. He has received accolades from many respected broadcast industry institutions including: National Association of Broadcasters Broadcasting Hall of Fame, 2003 , Marconi Radio Award – Syndicated Personality of the Year, 2010 , National Radio Hall of Fame – Inducted 2006, New York State Broadcasters Hall of Fame – Inducted 2012.
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