Classic Rock The Bear on-air changes

Black Diamond Broadcasting is pleased to announce some on-air changes on Classic Rock the Bear, northern Michigan’s favorite destination for Classic Rock, which were effective April 1.

“Mornings with Omelette and Guy Dark” starts your day on the Bear, followed by familiar afternoon host, Jay Roberts, who will be moving from afternoons to mid-days (10am – 3pm) effective April 1st.  Jay will host your day time listening, whether in the car, at home or at work.

Kim Carson will take over afternoons (3pm – 7pm) on the Bear.

Kim was recently selected by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters as “Morning Radio Personality of the Year”, and was also previously named by the Detroit News as “Best Evening Radio Personality.”

Kim is also an author and serves as an inspirational feature writer for “Women’s Lifestyle Magazines.”

Kim will entertain listeners with her insightful wit and her passion for Classic Rock and northern Michigan.

NASCAR Steve will be leaving his mid day air-shift to focus more time on his responsibilities as the “Promotions Director” for all of the Black Diamond stations.

NASCAR Steve will continue to be heard during the weekend on Classic Rock the Bear, as well as continue to provide his NASCAR reports exclusively on Black Diamond stations.

Black Diamond Broadcasting is a northern Michigan based full service media company, owning and operating ten radio stations serving all of central and northern Michigan; a full service digital advertising solutions provider, Black Diamond Digital Solutions; and the Michigan employment site, Michigan4Hire.org.  Among Black Diamond’s radio stations are 102.9 Big Country, Rock 105 & 95.5, Classic Rock the Bear 98.1 & 95.3, Classic Hits 98.5 WUPS, Big Country Gold 1240 AM & 100.7 FM, MAC-FM 106.3 and 92.1 The Twister.  Black Diamond is owned and operated by life-long Michigan residents, Mike Chires and Norm McKee.

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