Saturday, January 21, 2017

St. Louis Radio: Cassiday Proctor Joins WARH Morning Show

Hubbard St. Louis Radio Group’s WARH 106.5 FM The Arch has announced the addition of radio standout Cassiday Proctor to the “Spencer’s Neighborhood” Morning Show. Proctor will “officially” debut on the Show beginning Monday, January 30th, 2017.

Cassiday Proctor
Cassiday Proctor joins 106.5 The Arch from the Morning Show on Entercom’s Star 94 WSTR FM in Atlanta.  Proctor also spent several years working as an On-Air Personality at CBS Radio in Charlotte, North Carolina. During that time, Cassiday served as the TV Host of “The Edge” Show on CW station WCCB in Charlotte. Her experience includes a stint working as an On-Air Radio Host for Entercom in Austin, Texas. Proctor’s experience includes over 28 years of working as an Actress and Model.

Commenting on the addition of Proctor to “Spencer’s Neighborhood”, WARH Program director Scott Roddy says, “Hubbard is known to be the platinum standard for live, local talent. Cassiday is not only pure class, but hilariously fun and genuine; the perfect complement to Spencer and Brando’s humor.”

Legendary morning show coach Steve Reynolds, who has worked with Cassiday during her previous radio positions, notes, ‘I not only have known Cassiday for some time, I have had the great fortune to work with her. Cassiday is as real as it gets and cuts through because she’s so entertaining.”

Vice President and Market Manager John Kijowski adds, “We’re thrilled to welcome Cassiday to the Hubbard Radio St. Louis family! She is a very talented on-air host, and we’re lucky she has joined The Arch team.”

Cassiday Proctor notes, “I am so thrilled to be joining the Hubbard St. Louis Broadcasting family. To work with such a strong team AND return to my beloved Midwest is truly a dream come true. Thank you to Greg Strassell, John Kijowski and Scott Roddy for this opportunity."

Lead Show Host Spencer Graves concludes, “The addition of Cassiday Proctor to the ‘Spencer’s Neighborhood’ crew makes our show even more relatable, even more fun, and even more St. Louis!’”

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