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Mason Exits the ''Mason & Remy'' Show at WIL/St. Louis


Mason Schreader
Mason Schreader

WIL-FM/St. Louis morning co-host Mason Schreader of "Mason & Remy" is out after three years with the Hubbard Radio Country outlet. Co-host Zachary "Remy" Hoesly will remain in wakeups with Kasey Washausen, who has been part of the morning show as well as handling the midday slot for the past year.

In a statement posted on Twitter, Mason said, "I hope the best for everybody at WIL. It was an honor to be associated with those legendary call letters."

Previously, Mason & Remy worked for then-Country WEBG/Chicago. Before that the duo handled mornings and afternoons at Country KSD-FM (93.7 The Bull) in St. Louis. They moved from afternoons to mornings on WIL in May, 2020.

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