For more than 20 years,
Fybush says the radio industry as a whole has been pinching pennies all over the place. The only other radio group around is owned by Clear Channel, who doesn't have a budget to hire him right now. "There are big companies that are freezing hiring. Companies freezing promotions. That's sort of the pickle Wease got himself into," said Fybush.
So could Wease end up on another radio station in
I spoke with brother Wease' wife on the phone Thursday evening. She says her husband is mourning his career. She says the decision has been very difficult on him. I asked about Brother Wease' future plans. Right now, they're up in the air.
Entercom is keeping Wease's on-air crew in place. But, the morning show is no longer "Radio Free Wease," as of Friday it's called "The Men's Room." In a statement to News 8, Entercom Regional Vice President Michael Doyle says “We are excited by the prospect of taking the show in a different direction with some new stars.” Entercom only recently acquired CMF along with several other