With Jo-Jo out and Robin doing mornings, will K104 ever hire real talent for the other time slots? If the music's fresh sounding why not add polished professionals? I'm not saying who they have are bad; I just think they're in the wrong market.
Robin is a polished pro. Lite-FM and Fresh in NYC are both great radio stations and she worked for both. This is her first morning gig, and she's only a couple of weeks into it. Give her a chance to settle in.
AND, she's a very nice lady.
Brandon may be short on experience, but he's long on passion and a desire to learn all he can and get great at his job. I coached him quite a bit while I was there and he was always eager to learn and he's improved significantly in the past year. For a guy that young to be able to master this format, that deserves a lot of credit. Give it where it's due.
Just sayin'. :-)