Audacy Elevates Larry Morgan to Regional Brand Manager of Classic Hits
LOS ANGELES, CA – July 29, 2022 – Audacy has elevated Larry Morgan to Regional Brand Manager of its classic hits format. In this role, Morgan will oversee 94.5 KOOL FM (KOOL-FM) in Phoenix and Sunny 98.1 (KXSN-FM) in San Diego. This role is in addition to his Assistant Brand Director role at K-Earth (KRTH-FM) in Los Angeles.
“Larry is an invaluable member of the K-Earth team and I’m thrilled to see his talents and influence now spread to KOOL in Phoenix and Sunny in San Diego,” said Chris Ebbott, Vice President of Classic Hits, Audacy.”
I’m so excited and honored to be an official part of the team at these two great stations,” said Morgan. “Both markets have a long history of radio excellence, and I look forward to working together to elevate these awesome brands to new heights. Plus, I have the added bonus of continuing to contribute at the legendary K-Earth 101 in Los Angeles. It’s the best of all worlds for me, and all in the same time zone!”
Morgan joined K-Earth as Assistant Brand Manager in 2015, overseeing the day-to-day programming operations of the legendary classic hits station. Other previous roles include KIIS-FM in Los Angeles and Audacy’s 102.5 KSFM (KSFM-FM) in Sacramento and Mix 96.5 (KHMX-FM) in Houston. Additionally, Morgan spent over a decade as Senior Vice President of Network Programs and Services at Premiere Networks, shepherding the launch and development of a diverse lineup of shows, including “American Top 40 with Ryan Seacrest,” “Delilah,” “After MidNite” and many more.
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