KMOJ is announcing the selection of Zannie Glover to the position of Program Director for KMOJ FM. He will be responsible for giving direction to the sound of KMOJ FM, The Peoples Station, and The Ice as well as management of the station’s online presence.
In making the announcement, Freddie Bell, KMOJ General Manager says Glover’s selection follows an exhaustive search. “We were looking for an individual capable of handling the rigors of managing and growing our multifaceted communication platforms which are designed to train broadcasters and give the community a voice,” Bell says.
Glover, also known as Zannie K, is a Twin Cities radio broadcasting veteran with more than 24 years of on air/programming experience.
Glover’s local run includes a stint with KDWB which began in 1996 before moving to KTTB (B96) where he had the dual role of Afternoon Drive Personality and Assistant Program Director.
Recently, Glover worked as Program Director/PM Drive talent for WGVX (105 the VIBE) and as Content Director/Morning Drive talent for Mix99.1 KEEZ in Mankato, MN.
Of his new position, Glover says, “I plan to leverage relationships to maximize exposure of the great things that KMOJ is doing in the community and to help create even more programs and events to educate and entertain the Twin Cities communities.” He continues, “I want to use my knowledge of the broadcast radio industry to train and bring along the next generation of talented broadcasters, podcasters, and streaming stars.”
Other On Air/Programming stops for Glover include: Radio: Orlando, FL. (WPYO) Milwaukee, WI. (WXSS) Memphis, TN. (KJMS) Austin, TX. (KPEZ & KHFI) St Cloud, MN (KCLD) & Mankato, MN. (KEEZ) Television: Mankato, MN. (KEYC) Minneapolis, MN. (BMA Networks)
The Center for Communications and Development (CCD) KMOJ FM is a 501(c)3 operating in the public interest in the Twin Cities area since 1976. Its philosophy is to elevate the way of life of the people in the community through a process of education and collaboration. KMOJ-FM HD1 and HD2 are 24-hour stations focused on public affairs and Urban–based music, and information programming.