Entercom, a leading media and entertainment company and one of the two largest radio broadcasters in the U.S., announced the promotion of Orphan Andrew to Assistant Program Director and Music Director of 106.5 The End (KUDL-FM), Sacramento’s only top 40 station, effective immediately. He will also maintain his current role as midday show host.
“Since joining 106.5 The End, Orphan Andrew has demonstrated his passion for the station and our listeners, and his promotion to Assistant Program Director and Music Director is a direct result of that,” said Stacey Kauffman, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Entercom Sacramento. “His long-standing relationship with his audience and broad understanding of pop culture makes him the ideal candidate. I’m excited to continue to see his positive energy and spirit in the hallways and hear what he can add to one of America’s most successful top 40 brands.”
“I’d like to extend a big thanks to Rayne [Program Director, 106.5 The End], Vince Richards [Operations Manager, Entercom Sacramento] and Stacey Kauffman for this fantastic opportunity to grow my career with Entercom,” said Orphan Andrew. “I’ll be celebrating 10 years at The End in March and can’t think of a better gift. I’m proud to be the Assistant Program Director and Music Director of this iconic brand.”
Orphan Andrew is only the second Music Director in 106.5 The End’s 21-year history. He joined Entercom in 2010 and has hosted the midday show on the station since 2012. He also serves as an on-air personality for sister stations 98 PXY (WPXY-FM) in Rochester, NY and MIX 94.7 (KAMX-FM) in Austin, TX, as well as the in-game host for the Sacramento River Cats, the San Francisco Giants’ Minor League Baseball Triple-A affiliate.
Listeners can tune in to 106.5 The End (KUDL-FM) in Sacramento on air, as well as nationwide on the RADIO.COM app and website. Fans can also connect with the station on social media via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.