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iHeartMedia Boston Programmers Ink Extended Deals
RADIO ONLINE | Thursday, July 13, 2017 | 6:14pm CT

iHeartMedia Boston inks new deals with programmers Michael Vinci (aka Mikey V), Lance Houston and DJ Pup Dawg, effective immediately. Mikey V is named Assistant PD/MD of CHR WXKS-FM (Kiss 108). He'll continue to serve as the station's night air personality. Houston signs a new long-term agreement to continue as Program Director and nights for Country WBWL-FM (101.7 The Bull), while DJ Pup Dawg inks a long-term deal to remain APD/MD for WJMN-FM (Jam'n 94-5).

"I look forward to taking on my new role and continuing to work with the extremely talented people at KISS 108," said Mikey V. "iHeartMedia Boston is a dream workplace for this kid from Framingham."

"Horns up Boston," added Houston. "I am very lucky to call the best city in America my home and am so thrilled that I get to continue to build the Bull brand alongside the talented team we have here at iHeartMedia Boston."

"I am Jam'n through and through and thrilled to be with Jam'n 94-5 for the foreseeable future," said DJ Pup Dawg. "Jam'n is known for playing Boston's biggest Hip-Hop songs that our listeners want to hear and I can't wait to continue that tradition with the best team in the business."

"We're thrilled for the opportunity to continue to work with Mikey V, Lance and DJ Pup Dawg," said iHeartMedia's Boston Region Senior VP/Programing Dylan Sprague. "These guys know this city and know these stations. Having these critical programming roles locked in long-term gives us a big competitive advantage as we strategize for our future."

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