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Monday, November 09, 2015
The former WGN/Q-101 man has a new radio home. From this morning's RAMP newsletter...
Chicago radio pro Alex Quigley took to Facebook to announce he's the new PD/midday talent at Matrix Broadcasting's suburban Chicago Classic Hits outlet WFXF (103.9 the Fox). His first day in the building is today. Quigley was most OM of Tribune Talk WGN/Chicago until December of 2014. He previously did two tours of duty across the street at the former Emmis Alternative WKQX (Q101), with a PD stint at the former KRFR/Bakersfield sandwiched in between. "It'll be great to get back on-air five days a week, and it'll be fun growing The Fox's footprint throughout Chicagoland," Quigley said. "We've already got two great talents -- Brian Sherman and Pat Capone -- in morning and afternoon drive, so I'll have to keep my A-game going from 10am-3pm."