iHeartRadio recently named Andy West as the Creative Services & Imaging director for the iHeartRadio product team. Also, iHeartMedia New York says Seattle radio personality Brady has been named the late night host and music coordinator for WHTZ(FM)/Z100, effective Jan. 9.
West will oversee a network of producers to develop and produce format specific on-air content as it relates to the iHeartRadio app. He will also collaborate with marketing, operations, sales and senior management to create innovative new features and content for iHeartRadio, as well as manage the imaging for iHeartRadio’s digital-only stations. West will work alongside fellow Creative Services & Imaging Director Ricky Roo and report to Bill Cahill, senior vice president of programming for iHeartMedia, and will be based in Atlanta.
Previously, West served as the imaging director for CBS Radio in Atlanta while also working as the imaging director for the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta Hawks Radio Networks. He has also worked as the imaging director for Cumulus’ WWWQ(FM), WWWQ(HD2) and WNNX(FM) in Atlanta; KRBZ(FM) in Kansas City; KRBE(FM) in Houston; WBIX(FM) and WTJM(FM) in New York; WPST(FM) in Trenton, N.J.; WPLY(AM) in Philadelphia; and WWMX(FM) in Baltimore.
Brady’s interactive show will broadcast weeknights from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. and will feature hit songs from recording artists such as Justin Bieber, The Chainsmokers, Ariana Grande, and The Weeknd.
Previously, Brady was a nighttime on-air personality for KPWK(FM) in Seattle. He also hosted nights for KBFF(FM) in Portland, Ore., and for WAZY(FM) in Lafayette, Ind. Brady was born and raised in Detroit, where he worked as a producer and on-air personality for WYCD(FM) and WDZH(FM) after high school.