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Amanda Valentine Joins Cat Country 94.1 for Afternoons


Amanda Valentine
Amanda Valentine

Amanda Valentine is named afternoon host for Country WNNF-FM (Cat Country 94.1) in Cincinnati. She debuts on Monday, April 22 and can be heard weekdays from 3-7pm. Valentine, a CMA Award-winning personality, also hosts the popular podcast "Pound This." She previously aired in afternoons on Cincinnati's WUBE-FM from 2015 to 2019 and has held on-air roles at stations in markets including Medford OR, Denver and Rochester NY.

Cumulus Cincinnati Vice President/Market Manager Jon Laing said, "Amanda is a strong addition to our growing team. In addition to her on-air experience, Amanda comes with impressive brand marketing skills."

Cat Country 94.1 Program Director Chris Elliott added, "We are thrilled to welcome Amanda to the Cat Country family and can't wait to get her back on the air and out in the community connecting to the incredible Country music fans in Cincinnati."

Valentine commented, "With 20 years of radio experience behind me, I'm thrilled to return to the business after nearly five years away. Radio isn't just a job -- it's been a love and passion of mine. I'm eager to reunite with listeners in Cincinnati, creating memorable moments, making a positive impact on the community, and having lots of fun."

Other changes at Cumulus Cincinnati include new programmer Chris Elliott taking afternoon hosting duties on sister station WOFX-FM (92.5 The Fox) and Sean Kelly moving from 92.5 The Fox to Cumulus Cincinnati's WFTK-FM (96 Rock).

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