Wednesday, January 23, 2013


Remember Julian Nieh? He left B-96 a month or two ago because he wanted to be a solo-host again. I guess he figured his good ratings and longevity in the business would lead to a bunch of phone calls. Sounds like it hasn't.

From this morning's RAMP Newsletter...

"It was shortly before the Christmas break when we initially reported on the departure of "Julian On The Radio" Nieh, who was exiting his morning co-host spot on CBS Rhythmic WBBM (B96)/Chicago. Apparently that news got swallowed up in that swirling, sucking black hole of the holidays, because Julian tells us that many of his industry peers were surprised to hear that he is now officially free and clear to chat about any interesting opportunities that may be floating out there. "I'm interested in a good situation in morning drive, either as a host or co-host," says Nieh. "I'm also open to afternoons, and I'd also love to assist in the Programming Department in any capacity," Nieh tells RAMP."

It's always been a tough business. It sounds like it's getting even tougher.