Al B. Sylk is no longer at Kiss 104.1.
Photo: Kiss 104.1
Photo: Kiss 104.1

Kiss 104.1 has two full-time on-air openings

Originally posted Tuesday, March 5, 2019 by RODNEY HO/rho@ajc.com on his AJC Radio & TV Talk blog

With the recent departure of Al B. Sylk in afternoons, R&B station Kiss 104.1 now has two on-air job openings.

Sylk, who joined Kiss a year ago, started at mid-days, then covered afternoons after Sasha the Diva left last year. (He also was at Kiss briefly in 2014-15.) He has also worked at stations in Miami and Philadelphia. 

Kiss has a postings for both jobs. The mid-day host description requires a minimum of five years experience and the applicant must “live and breathe the Urban AC format/lifestyle and must generate terrific content on air and on social that speaks to our audience.” The new afternoon opening has a similar job description. 

The station recently hired a new program director Terri Avery after predecessor Tony Kidd retired. 

Kiss, which ranked eighth in Atlanta radio share in January,  dropped syndicated host Tom Joyner in late 2017 after more than 20 years and moved afternoon host Art Terrell to mornings where he now works with Checka and Cory “Zooman” Miller. 

Kiss and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution are both part of Cox Media Group. 

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Rodney Ho
Rodney Ho
Rodney Ho covers radio and television for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
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