CBS Radio Houston has named Bruce Logan as vice president of programming and operations manager for the six-station cluster which includes KHMX(FM), KIKK(AM), KILT(AM/FM), KKHH(FM) and KLOL(FM). He will also have day-to-day programming responsibilities for KILT(FM) The Bull; and KKHH Hot 95.7.
“Bruce has a reputation as one of the premier country radio programmers in America,” said Sarah Frazier, senior vice president and market manager, CBS Radio Houston.
Logan joins CBS Radio Houston from Clear Channel Media and Entertainment, where he worked in various programming capacities since first beginning with them in 1996 as operations manager of their four-station cluster in Greenville, S.C. He most recently was National Country Brand Coordinator working with all of Clear Channel’s country radio stations nationwide.
Additionally, he has served as regional program manager overseeing stations in Asheville, N.C., Greensboro, N.C., and Greenville, S.C., and also had responsibility for the programming efforts of country stations WSSL(FM), WESC(FM) and WTQR(FM) in Greenville and Greensboro, respectively. Prior to that, he was operations manager for Clear Channel’s Charlotte stations from 2003–11 and regional vice president of programming from 2002–08.
As a part of CBS Corp., the division owns and operates 126 radio stations in 27 markets, as well as an array of digital assets. CBS Radio distributes its programming via AM, FM and HD Radio stations, Radio.com and CBS Local Digital Media apps.