Knight, who began working at the station in 2002, confirmed her departure on social media on Monday. In a Facebook posting Monday, the former WOGL personality also thanked fans “for being such great listeners and friends for all these years,” and noted that “now the possibilities for me are endless.”
According to philly.com, Knight’s is the latest departure at WOGL, which last year also saw former "Breakfast Club" host Ross Brittain’s departure, and the axing of former longtime nighttime radio jock Bob Charger. Former general manager Jim Loftus also departed in July last year after accepting a buyout package.
WOGL cut me loose Friday and it's time to move on. Nice ride for nearly 15 years #onwardandupward #changes— Valerie Knight (@valerieknight01) December 19, 2016
Knight's departure of one of several personnel cuts CBS Radio has made this month. Amonh the others:
New York: Production Director WCBS-FM Chris Angles
Los Angeles: Gone from News KNX are news anchor Linda Nunez, sports anchor Steve Grad, and reporter Ed Mertz
Houston: KHMX Mid-day host, APD/MD Chris Jackson