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iHM's WTAM/Cleveland Debuts ''The Jimmy Malone Show''


Jimmy Malone
Jimmy Malone

WTAM (Newsradio WTAM 1100)/Cleveland debuts "The Jimmy Malone Show," weekdays from 9-10am, beginning Tuesday, April 12. The program will feature veteran producer Rob Rozycki and contributor Cache Roberts. Malone will host conversations with politicians, community and business leaders, journalists and more. In addition, he'll feature segments including his signature feature, "Knuckleheads In The News."

"We're thrilled to launch 'The Jimmy Malone Show' on WTAM," said iHeartMedia Cleveland Regional Senior VP of Programming Keith Kennedy. "Jimmy is a passionate talk show host, a generous philanthropist, and lover of all things Cleveland. We are thrilled to add yet another powerful local voice to a station that means so much to the community."

"I'm thrilled with the opportunity to connect with the WTAM audience," added Malone. "WTAM is the news and information leader in the market, and it's humbling to have the opportunity to join such a legendary radio station. I simply can't wait to get started."

Malone began his radio career in 1985, at first doing his signature "Knuckleheads in the News" segment in weekly appearances on WMJI's "Lanigan and Webster Morning Show." In 1991, Malone became a fulltime co-host on the program, where he remained a fixture until 2021 when he launched "The Jimmy Malone Show" on WARF-AM.

Malone is an NAB Marconi Award winner for Large Market Personality of the Year and inductee into both the Cleveland Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame and the Ohio Broadcasters Hall of Fame. Malone's most prized accomplishment, however, is the Malone Scholarship Program at College Now of Greater Cleveland, which annually provides college scholarships to deserving students. Since its inception, the Malone Scholarship Program has raised nearly five million dollars for scholarships.

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