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KOSI/Denver Moves Jackie Selby to Middays, Adds Moore

Jackie Selby
Jackie Selby
Bonneville AC KOSI-FM/Denver moves afternoon personality Jackie Selby into middays, effective immediately. Selby previously handled nights at Classic Rock simulcast KUFX-FM/San Jose and KUZX-FM (K-Fox 98.5 & 102.1)/San Francisco. Before that, Selby aired in middays on KOSI for four years (1995-2000) and middays at KALC-FM (Alice 106)/Denver and mornings at KXPK-FM/Denver. She's also held radio and TV positions in Minneapolis and Orlando.

"I couldn't be happier to have a complete professional like Jackie take over this very important daypart on KOSI 101.1. Her style and personality is perfect to entertain Denver during the workday," said KOSI Program Director Jim Lawson.

"I'm honored and delighted to be moving back to the midday slot on KOSI," added Selby.

In addition, co-owed KYGO-FM midday host and market vet Melissa Moore moves over to the afternoon slot beginning Tuesday, September 4. "Melissa's personality and delivery is exactly what KOSI needs to remain number one in afternoons. As a single working mom and blogger, she will be able to connect with listeners better than ever before on KOSI," said Lawson.

"I'm thrilled to be joining/returning to the legendary KOSI-FM for afternoon drive. I am excited to continue working with such an extraordinary radio company Bonneville Denver -- lead by the best in Darrell Brown, Bob Call and Jim Lawson. KOSI is a chance to grow as a radio talent and connect with the listeners and community in the best city in the world," added Moore.

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