Entercom Boston announced today that Jason Wolfe, Vice President of Programming and Operations at WEEI & WRKO, is leaving the company.
Entercom Boston also stated that they would make an announcement about Wolfe’s replacement shortly.
“Jason Wolfe has defined sports talk radio, not only in
Boston, but around the
country as well. There are very few people who have influenced an industry like
Jason has,” said Jeff Brown, VP/Market Manager at Entercom Boston. “From his
work with the Jimmy Fund and the Red Sox's historic championship run to WRKO's
engagement with politics, Jason’s behind-the-scenes work has made an impact few
people will ever understand. We thank Jason for all his hard work, dedication
to Entercom, and his commitment to the Boston
“Being involved in the growth of WEEI has been a tremendous honor. WEEI went from a single radio station, to a regional sports network, added a world class digital platform because the demand for our content is so strong; and today, is one of the biggest radio brands in any format, anywhere in the country. We were #1 for six straight years through the fall of 2008.
We’ve won four Marconi Awards and have given back so much to the community, helping to raise millions and millions of dollars for charity, including over $31 million for the Jimmy Fund. I couldn't be more proud to have played a role in all of the station's success,” said outgoing WEEI & WRKO Vice President of Programming and Operations, Jason Wolfe. Wolfe had been at the station 22-years.