Details are scarce right now, but longtime WTAM personality is no longer with the station, according to Ohio Media Watch, which shared Frantz's Facebook post announcing the move today.
This is one of those posts no one likes to make, but alas, it must be done.
I am no longer employed by WTAM 1100.
What’s next? Working on that as we speak.
More to come….
My best to all,
We'll let you know if we hear any details. If you have some, get in touch.
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