The WSPD Job Is Filled

There’s a new voice coming to town in Toledo, and it’s not former WMAL/Washington talker Michael Graham.

Radio & Records Online (along with AllAccess and other trade publications) reports that it’s veteran talker Brian Wilson who has taken the WSPD/1370 afternoon drive slot. And in addition to replacing Denny Schaffer on the air, Wilson also takes the program director slot opened when Al Brady Law left for KTRS/St. Louis. Wilson is reportedly “on the ground” in Toledo doing off-air work already, and will start his show in a couple of weeks or so.

OMW hears that Graham is setting his sights further east than Toledo, and may end up in a large market in the Northeast Corridor at some point in the next couple of months…

Wilson has worked at WBAL/Baltimore, KSFO/San Francisco and had a stint at WABC in New York City…in the final years of its “Musicradio” stint, and a bit into the talk format which followed it. He’s been spending most of the past few years doing vacation fill-in for talk radio stations across the country, as a part of a business he formed specifically to do that work.

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