“I’ll be retiring from full-time management at the end of January, stepping down as WBBM’s Brand Manager/News Director,” Gleason said in a memo to staff
Gleason recently announced his retirement and will be stepping down in a little less than five months and has been with WBBM since November 2005
Gleason mentioned that it helped when the station switched to the sports talk format, a lot of the on-air talent was already hired.
"Barrett Sports Media congratulates Mitch Rosen and the past and present leaders and staff of 670 the Score on the station's history of success."
"I hope during this difficult time his family can look at the influence he has had on other people’s lives."
I am fairly certain no one grows up with a burning desire to be a sports radio producer. It’s the producer’s job to make sure the...
Veteran sports talk show personality Mike North will host a Chicago Bears postgame show this fall on WDRV FM 97.1, the Hubbard Radio classic hits station...