Audacy adds Elliot Segal to the weekday programming lineup for ALT 92.3 (WNYL-FM) in New York. Segal, whose morning show “Elliot in the Morning” is also heard on Kansas City sister station ALT 96.5 (KRBZ-FM) and Richmond sister station ALT 102.1 (WRXL-FM), will now also be heard on ALT 92.3 weekdays from 5:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. ET, beginning April 11.
“Morning radio listeners in New York expect personalities who can entertain and stand out, and that is exactly what ‘Elliot in the Morning’ does each and every day,” said Chris Oliviero, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Audacy New York. “When you add this to the fact that Elliot is no stranger to New York City, we know the show will become a daily habit for many looking to jump start their mornings on ALT 92.3.”
“This is a tremendous opportunity and I couldn’t be more energized,” said Segal. “I have really enjoyed growing my relationship with Audacy. Thank you to Jeff Sottolano and Mike Kaplan for their continued belief in the show. The more time I spend with Kaplan, the more I realize we have a shared vision of the future.
Also, thank you to Chris Oliviero for all of his input and insight in helping welcome me back to New York. When I came to DC/101 in Washington, I was very aware of the history of the frequency. The same holds true for ALT 92.3 in New York. That history is very motivating. Thank you again to Audacy for trusting me with it.”
In a career spanning more than three decades, Segal’s love of radio took him from his hometown of Houston out west to Los Angeles and across the country to New York. In 1999, he lit the on-air lamp in Washington, D.C., where he first broadcast the “Elliot in the Morning” show alongside co-host Diane Stupar. The show’s focus has always remained the same: connecting with listeners. Whether it’s to newsmakers via interviews or just to everyday people who are making life interesting, “Elliot in the Morning” wants to talk about it all with its listeners. Segal was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 2021.