|KSSN's Bob Robbins|
Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Little Rock announced today new programming for KMJX 105.1 FM The Wolf,
Home for All Things Country, and KSSN 96 (95.7) FM, Arkansas' Radio Station.
Bob Robbins and Jennifer Trafford will move to 105.1 The Wolf and The Bobby Bones Show will join KSSN 96 FM, beginning January 2, 2014.
The Bob Robbins and Jennifer Trafford Show will air weekday mornings on 105.1 The Wolf from 5a.m.-10:00a.m.
Robbins began his radio career in
in 1972 on KAAY-AM and joined KSSN 1979. He helped to build the KSSN brand as a
dominant station in the market and has been a champion for the local community
- he helped to start "The Toy Hill Weekend," one of the largest toy
drives the in the U.S. that benefits the Marine Corps Reserves Toys For Tots
campaign. Robbins has also been recognized by the radio industry including a
Country Music Association Award for radio personality of the year and a Marconi
Award as well as being inducted into the Country Music DJ Hall of Fame.
"It's been a great 34 years helping to build one of
leading radio stations and I've loved every minute of being on KSSN," said
Robbins. "I'm looking forward to moving over to The Wolf 105.1 to play the
Country music that's been a large part of my career. I still love KSSN and wish
Bobby Bones and all my friends and radio family there, continued success."
"I know Bob is excited to move to 105.1 The Wolf, creating the next chapter in his life and radio career, " said Ron Collar, Market Manager, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Arkansas. "He has been the mainstay on KSSN for 34 years and we appreciate everything he's done for us."
KSSN will broadcast The Bobby Bones Show weekday mornings from 5a.m.-10:00a.m. The morning show will feature on-air personalities Bobby Bones, Lunchbox and Amy, with special guest appearances from the biggest names in Country music straight from