Monday, May 24, 2010
Sources tell me that of last Friday the latter is no longer true. Longtime KTRH program director Bryan Erickson will be stepping into the operations manager role.
Berry stepping down from his management position does not surprise me. Why? Well he seems to be filling in on a lot of national shows lately. Then I noticed the debut of michaelberry.com...a site that could easily be made into a larger presence than just for Houston. So with more time for his show, is Michael Berry about to be a national radio show player?
“I’m now doing a longer show (4 full hours daily), and this takes all my time and energy." Berry told the mikemcguff.com blog. "Our stations are performing well and Bryan Erickson was ready to step in and lead them. I don’t know if going national is the next step, but I’m flattered that there is interest in carrying my show in places outside our market. Only time will tell what that means for me and the show.”
Berry's confession to me that his show could go outside Houston is the potential first step to a coast to coast broadcast. You can say you knew him when...
Just three years ago I interviewed Houston Councilman Michael Berry at city hall as he was leaving politics to enter radio management full time. How time flies.
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- 950 KPRC-AM hits 85 years
- Houston radio's Laura Morris to the academic world
- AUDIO: Paul Berlin talks Houston radio and music history