Friday, June 16, 2017

Phoenix Radio: Lois Lewis Joins KNIX As APD, MD

Lois Lewis
iHeartMedia Phoenix’s KNIX 102.5 FM announced Thursday that Lois Lewis has been named Assistant Program Director and Music Director, effective July 17th.

Lewis will be responsible for record label relations, concert booking, as well as on-air content and music programming. She will also continue to host her highly rated Midday Show featuring 90’s @ Noon as well as hit Country music with her unique take on pop culture and entertainment news.

“I’ve worked with Lois for over 4 years and have always appreciated her tremendous attention to detail and great relationships,” said Steve Geofferies, Executive Vice President of Programming for iHeartMedia’s West Division. “She’s quickly becoming one of the best on-air talent we have in the Country format. Plus, I love the amazing energy she brings to the building.”

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“Answering an ad in the ASU State Press nearly 20 years ago kick-started my journey in radio,” said Lewis. “Today, my dreams are being realized once again as I’m coming home to the legendary 102.5 KNIX. I couldn’t be more thrilled by this incredible opportunity and can’t wait to work alongside Steve Geofferies and the talented iHeartMedia Phoenix team.”

“I am thrilled to have Lois Lewis back in Phoenix where she began her career in radio. Not only is Lois a great talent, but clients love her genuine and passionate approach to everything she does.” said Arizona Region President Linda Little.

Lewis previously worked as the Assistant Program Director and Music Director for iHeartMedia Las Vegas’ 95.5 The Bull. She also worked as the Senior Director of Regional Promotion for Republic Nashville and helped launch the careers of artists like Florida Georgia Line and The Band Perry. Prior to the record industry, Lewis was the Music Director and Night host for KIIM-FM in Tucson. She holds two degrees from Arizona State University in Broadcast Journalism and Mass Communications.

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