iHeartMedia announced today that Josh Wolff has been named Program Director for B104, The Valley’s #1 Hit Music Station, and 95.1 ZZO, The Valley’s Rock Station, effective immediately. iHeartMedia Allentown has a strong cross-platform presence and includes a number of iconic brands and franchises — both broadcast and digital — encompassing more than four stations comprised of music, talk and news formats.
iHeartMedia has the leading consumer reach and influence across multiple platforms and delivers more live programming than any other media company. As Program Director, Wolff will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations for B104 and 95.1 ZZO’s music, on-air personalities, programming, promotions and digital operations. He will report to Craig Stevens, Senior Vice President of Programming for iHeartMedia Allentown. Wolff succeeds Derrick Cole, who has accepted a role with National Programming Group as Contemporary Hit Radio Program Director.
“I am thrilled to have Josh join our iHeartMedia Allentown team,” said Stevens. “His extensive background and proven track record combined with his innovative ideas and vision make him an excellent fit for our stations in this market.”
Wolff joins the Allentown market from iHeartMedia Phoenix, where he most recently served as the Marketing Director/Assistant Program Director for 99.9 KEZ and 95.5 The Mountain. He also served as the Senior Vice President of Programming for iHeartMedia Salisbury-Ocean City; Assistant Program Director for 105.9 KGBX and Alice 95.5 as well as Digital Program Director for iHeartMedia Springfield. Throughout his career he has also held positions in Atlanta; Greenville, S.C.; Pittsburgh; and Binghamton, NY. He is a Syracuse University graduate.
“The past four years at iHeartMedia have been nothing short of fantastic,” said Wolff. “ I cannot thank iHeart enough for its leadership, support, guidance, and mentorship. Now with this new chapter, I am incredibly honored to join and work with the iHeart Allentown team at these monster radio stations.”