Rumor has it: He'll surface in mornings at a competing LV station. Stay tuned. LV radio is about to be turned upside down.
Let's see... In the past several years LEV moved from 96.1 to 100.7, Cat arrived on 96.1, 99.9 abandoned oldies for classic rock, ZZO has been stuck between who they are, who they were, and who they want to be, B104 rolls along without major changes except for the ones about every 6 months in the book, Nassau tries to sell 99.9 but can't, but buys 107.5 in Boyertown and thinks they can dump religous to go after a heritage FM in Reading that's been cleaning up since the Reagan years, and I didn't even mention the AM's. Turn LV radio upside down? That hasn't been done since 3 guys spent over a year on a billboard overlooking Route 22 in 1982-1983. It would take something humungous to turn LV radio upside down now. The market has been very unstable for about 10 years. Very little would surprise it.