Country Aircheck Weekly (3/19)

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» Shot In The Dark: Interim Entercom KILT/Houstonevening personality JC has been named to the position permanently. He replaces Corey Dillon, who exited in February. "JC has great on-air energy, is amazing at using the phones to engage the audience, has very good social media skills, and experience creating and editing video," says VP/Programming Bruce Logan. "He has already been through his first BBQ Shack and Rodeo as well as 10 Man Jam back in December. He knows full well what he's getting himself into." JC's 10 years in the business includes both nights and mornings in Indianapolis.

» Kraig Against The Dying Of The Light: Radio vet Michael Kraig Mason has joined KNUC/Seattle for evenings. Mason previously handled production and video for the syndicated Delilah show and has prior stops at Top 40 KKRZ/Portland and Active Rock KFNK/Seattle. "Michael is a Pacific Northwest native who is incredibly creative, unique with high energy," says PD Lisa Adams. "Seattle nights are in for something very special." KNUC flipped Country last year (Breaking News 12/4). Reach Mason here.


» It Ain't The Whiskey: Charlotte radio vet Jack Danielhas joined Beasley's WBCN-AM & W234BY "94.7 Smoke" & AC WKQC in the market, handling afternoons on both. Daniel has been on the air in Charlotte since 1975 and has 47 years of radio experience. "I've been in Charlotte my entire life and Jack is synonymous with Charlotte radio," says DJ Stout, OM/PD for "Smoke" as well as WSOC. The Southern Rock hybrid format launched last summer (CAT 6/19) airing artists including The Cadillac Three, Drake White and Chris Stapleton in addition to Molly Hatchet, JJ Cale and Lynyrd Skynyrd.