Bobby Bones, nationally syndicated morning show host heard locally on US93.3, has announced a multi-year deal with US93.3 (WBTU) which will keep him on the air in Ft. Wayne through 2024.
Bobby Bones said “I am pumped to be staying with US93.3. No station has been more supportive. And in return I’ve tried to show my support back by going to Ft Wayne multiple times to do shows for my awesome listeners. Shout out to everyone at Adams Radio Group and PD Randy Alomar for fiercely promoting the show every day. The show wouldn’t be successful without the station’s support. I’m very excited to be staying on!” Randy Alomar, program director of US93.3, said “It’s one of biggest morning shows on radio across the country and they continue to evolve and get better every day. I’m so happy that The Bobby Bones Show is a part of Fort Wayne and US93.3!”
Kevin Musselman, vice president of Adams Radio Group and general manager of Adams Radio Group Fort Wayne, said “Adams Radio Group Ft. Wayne and US93.3 are excited to announce that The Bobby Bones Show has been extended through 2024. Our listeners will be able to enjoy one of the top Country Radio personalities in the country for many years to come!”
Bobby Bones began his career in Hot Springs, Arkansas before moving to Austin, Texas and then Nashville, where his show was taken nationwide. The Bobby Bones Show is the largest country music morning show in the country, airing on 68 stations with an estimated audience of 3 million listeners. It has recently been announced that Bobby Bones will serve as a mentor for the final 24 contestants on the upcoming season of American Idol.
For further information regarding US93.3 and the Bobby Bones Show, please contact:
PD – WBTU US93.3
Adams Radio Group Ft. Wayne
260-747- 1511 / [email protected]