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Cumulus/Syracuse Elevates Roberts, DeTomaso and Dixon


Rick Roberts
Rick Roberts

Cumulus Media elevates three members of its staff in Syracuse. CHR WNTQ (93Q) promotes Assistant PD, Music Director and afternoon host Rick Roberts (pictured) to Program Director and Digital Content Producer. He'll continue to host afternoons from 3-7pm and replaces OM/PD Tom Mitchell who recently exited.

Roberts said, "I'm very excited about the opportunity to lead the amazing 93Q team, with our #1 ranked morning show, Ted & Amy, and top-notch local staff."

Also WAQX (95X) PD/Content Production Manager and midday host Joe Detomaso adds Program Director duties at Sports WSKO-AM (The Score 1260), also filling the role previously held by Mitchell. He joined Alternative 95X in 2003 and was named PD in 2011.

Detomaso said, "I'm excited to add The Score 1260 to my programming duties here in Syracuse. We will continue to expand our audiences on both The Score 1260 and WAQX in the digital footprint through outstanding relevant local content."

Additionally, 95X Assistant PD and afternoon host Scott Dixon is named Content Production Captain for AAA streaming outlet The SGNL. He'll continue to serve as APD/afternoons on 95X.

Dixon said, "It's an honor to be given the opportunity to be a part of the changes, growth and evolution of Cumulus Syracuse. I look forward to bringing an updated approach to the AAA format on SGNL."

VP/Market Manager Beth Coughlin said, "These promotions and expanded roles recognize the valuable contributions that Joe Detomaso, Rick Roberts and Scott Dixon continue to make in growing our vibrant station brands through outstanding local entertainment content. The deep programming bench strength at Cumulus Syracuse stations is unmatched in the market, and that translates into programming that listeners love and choose every day -- on-air, online and wherever they are."

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