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IHeartMedia Clusters Switch Up Programming, Sales Positions

Austin, Jacksonville and Louisville see changes

Zach Dillon

IHeartMedia Austin (Texas) says Zach Dillon has been named program director for KHFI(FM). Also, the Jacksonville cluster has named Rollin Isbell as general sales manager for WKSL(FM) and WWJK(FM). In addition, Monika Acree has been named local sales manager, effective immediately. IHeartMedia Jacksonville has a cross-platform presence and includes a number of brands and franchises.

Dillon will report to Patrick Davis, senior vice president of programming for iHeartMedia Dallas and Austin. He joins the Austin cluster from his most recent job programming KTBT(FM) in Tulsa, Okla. Prior to that, Dillon was PD and morning host at KPLV(FM) in Las Vegas, and has also programmed KWTX(AM/FM) in Waco, Texas, and WDAQ(FM) in Danbury, Conn.

IHeartMedia Austin owns and operates KHFI(FM), KASE(FM), KVET(FM), KVET(AM), KPEZ(FM) and is part of iHeartMedia.

As general sales manager, Isbell will lead the sales team to create marketing opportunities for clients. Isbell’s most recent career stops have included sales manager of WEJZ(FM) in Jacksonville and senior manager of Corporate Partnerships at the Jacksonville Jaguars football team.

As local sales manager, Acree will help the market’s general sales managers to create marketing opportunities, also leveraging iHeartMedia Jacksonville’s assets. Her career began at iHeartMedia Jacksonville as an account executive.

Also, iHeartMedia Louisville’s WAMZ(FM) says morning drive personality Chris Randolph has renewed with the station. Randolph, who has been with the station for six years, will continue to co-host with Amy Nic, weekdays from 5–10 a.m.