Country Aircheck Weekly (2/12)

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» You Can Call Me Al: Cox KKBQ/Houston morning show producer/talent Al Farb has joined Cumulus KSCS/Dallas as APD/afternoon personality. He succeeds "Trapper" John Morris who recently joined SiriusXM (CAT 1/2). "I am so excited for the opportunity to join [PD] Mac Daniels and the amazing team at KSCS and Cumulus Dallas/Ft. Worth," Farb says. "I can't wait to make the short drive up I-45 and get to work." Prior to Farb's six years at KKBQ, he spent time with iHeartMedia/Houston. Plans for the position at KKBQ are pending.

» Gone Country: Midwest Sports WNFL-AM/Appleton-Green Bay, WI personality Kyle Lewandowski has joined Country clustermate WNCY for evenings. He fills a vacancy created with Luke Reid's move to middays, and middayer Hannah's move to afternoons. The recent departure of afternooner Mike Dubord (CAT 10/27) necessitated the changes. Listen here.

» Calling Dr. Quinn: iHeartMedia WMIL/Milwaukeeafternoon personality Quinn has been promoted to APD/MD, responsibilities handled until now by SVPP Kerry Wolfe. She'll continue in her on-air role. "I'm so excited to take my career to the next level," she says. "The whole iHeartMedia/Milwaukee team has been wonderful and very supportive, and I am looking forward to this new position." Quinn joined from the company's Albany cluster in March, when she succeeded Shaun Ridder in afternoons following his move to mornings (CAT 3/10).