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iHM Names Jeff Wyatt SVP/Programming Baltimore
RADIO ONLINE | Thursday, April 20, 2017 |5:11pm CT

Jeff Wyatt
Jeff Wyatt
iHeartMedia appoints Jeff Wyatt as Senior VP/Programming for Baltimore, effective immediately. He will also serve as Program Director for 93.1 WPOC, and 102.7 JACK-FM. Wyatt is a noted radio veteran with over thirty years of programming experience, most recently as VP/Programming for iHeartMedia's Virginia-Carolina Region and Program Director for Country WKKT-FM (96.9 The Kat) in Charlotte.

"I am excited to have Jeff return to iHeartMedia's Washington, D.C. Region and lead our four amazing brands in Baltimore," said Jeff Kapugi, Senior Vice President of Programming for iHeartMedia's Washington, D.C. Region. "He already knows the area extremely well and his experience in both programming and on-air is unmatched."

Early in his career, Wyatt worked as a Program Director and afternoon on-air personality at KIIS-FM in Los Angeles, California. He later was named Vice President of Programming for Emmis Broadcasting and held Program Director duties at Power 106 in Los Angeles. His background also includes serving as the Vice President of Programming for iHeartMedia's Washington, D.C. Region and Program Director of 98.7 WMZQ in Washington, DC.

"Although I will miss working with the incredibly talented team in iHeartMedia's Virginia-Carolina Region, I'm thrilled for the opportunity to build on the success of our Baltimore stations," Wyatt said. "I can't wait to get started. It's going to be fun!"

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