CBS Radio has eliminated 115 out of more than 8,500 full and part-time positions at its 179 stations, according to Reuters, including at least 10 jobs in its San Francisco cluster. AllAccess.com said those who were shown the door locally include: Ken Kohl, vp and gm of Free FM KIFR and All News KCBS-AM; National Sales Manager Vicky Biggs; Non Traditional Revenue Manager Cari Levine and Director Kari Fulton; KITS Chief Engineer Kent Yeglin; KFRC and KIFR Controller Herb Anderson; A’s Sales Manager Mark Silverstein; KCBS Promotions Assistant Angelina Fong; and Business Department staffers Jay Vong and Jason Lee. CBS Radio CEO Joel Hollander said the cuts were necessary to “manage costs” and “ensure the company’s competitiveness.” Reuters noted that six months after shock jock Howard Stern left, the radio network is still trying to find a replacement who will generate the same kind of revenue and publicity.
At least 10 layoffs at CBS Radio SF
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