Friday, November 12, 2010

Hudson and Harrigan replaced by Corey Foley and Greg Thunder on 100.3 KILT


UPDATE APRIL 23, 2014
Corey Foley leaves The Bull 100.3 KILT; plus other changes


The long awaited announcement concerning the Hudson and Harrigan replacements on the 100.3 KILT morning show is here.

The station announced Friday that Corey Foley and Greg Thunder will serve as the station’s new morning show team.

Corey Foley most recently handled morning drive at KBWF (The Wolf) San Francisco and is a veteran of The Dave Ryan Show at KDWB Minneapolis. She has worked mornings at KDWB Minneapolis, Kiss 105.3 in Gainesville and Wild 94.1 in Tampa.

“I’m thrilled to work at such a legendary station and am excited to join CBS RADIO in Houston,” Foley said in a statement.

Greg Thunder comes to Houston from his No. 1-rated morning show at KS-95 in Minneapolis. He has worked across multiple formats at the likes of KMPS Seattle, KDWB Minneapolis, KALC Denver, WQHT New York and WPLJ New York.

“My wife and I are incredibly excited to call Houston our new home," he said. "I am really looking forward to working with Corey. We’re thrilled about the new show and having a lot of fun in the morning on 100.3 KILT.”

“We’re all very excited about the new morning show for KILT," said KILT Program Director and CBS RADIO Houston’s Vice President of Music Programming Mark Adams. "Greg and Corey both possess a wealth of major market competitive experience and are dedicated professionals. I’m confident they’re going to be a great addition to our station.”

This move solidifies the 100.3 KILT weekday line-up with Foley and Thunder from 5:00–9:00AM, Erin Austin from 9:00–3:00PM and Rowdy Yates from 3:00–7:00PM.

Yates has been running the morning show since Hudson and Harrigan were shown the door.

The four-hour show will debut Monday, Nov. 15 at 5:00AM and can be heard on-air, online at www.KILT.com and via a variety of mobile devices.

UPDATE APRIL 23, 2014
Corey Foley leaves The Bull 100.3 KILT; plus other changes

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