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Joe "Brady" Blum Takes Afternoons at Alt 92.3/New York


Joe “Brady” Blum
Joe “Brady” Blum

Entercom has announced the addition of on-air personality Joe "Brady" Blum as afternoon show host for ALT 92.3 (WNYL-FM) in New York, effective immediately. "Brady" will be heard weekdays from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. ET.

"We're happy to announce Brady as the latest addition to ALT 92.3 team, rounding out our programming lineup with his creative and exciting afternoon program," said Chris Oliviero, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Entercom New York. "His past experience in New York will make him familiar to our listeners and allow him to quickly reengage with the audience as he brings them along on this new chapter of his career."

"Brady is the perfect fit for today's alternative fan," said Mike Kaplan, Senior Vice President of Programming, Alternative Format Captain, Entercom; Brand Manager, ALT 92.3 and KROQ. "His wit, passion for the music, and storytelling will add a fresh edge to our brand."

"I'm insanely excited to be joining the team at ALT 92.3 and Entercom," said Brady. "I've always wanted to make the move to alternative and finally the time has come. To be working with a legend like Mike Kaplan, who has created an amazing sound for the station and the format, is even more exciting."

Brady rejoins Entercom after most recently serving as a late-night host for Z100 in New York since 2017. Prior to that role, he was heard as a night show host for Power 93.3 in Seattle and Z100 in Portland, as well as iHeartRadio's rhythmic top 40 channel Power. This marks Brady's second stint with Entercom after he launched his radio career as a producer Entercom Detroit from 2013 to 2014.

"Brady" will also be heard on alternative sister stations HFS@104.9 FM (WWMX-HD2) in Baltimore, Alternative Buffalo (WLKK-FM) in Buffalo, and XL102 (WRXL-FM) in Richmond.

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