99.7 WSHHDan Dunlap appears to have exited WSHH after nearly 30 years with the station as the entire airstaff flips around. The mornings (5:30-10:00 a.m.) will now be handled by promotions man Chris Shovlin and Cris Winter. Sara Lockard moves to mid-days (10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.) and PD Ron Antill moves to afternoon drive (3:00 -7:00 p.m.). Shovlin most recently handled the morning news for the station as well as former sister station WJAS (1320) where he also handled afternoon drive.

UPDATE: It appears that the program times have changed and this report has been corrected to show the new times.

(WSHH.com)

7 thoughts on “WSHH airstaff flips; Dunlap out

      1. Hey, Eric! Thanks for the “ink” on my exit from WISH. I feel very fortunate to have been on-the-air all those years at one station. We all know what a rarity that is in radio. I don’t think I know anyone working in the business today who doesn’t have an exit strategy in place. And while I didn’t get to pull the trigger myself, I certainly wasn’t taken by surprise…nor am I ill prepared for the future. I am blessed to run a very successful voice over business doing things like: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DL0W9AUCuY
        and: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXIGhHF_d4s
        and locally you’ll still hear me as the voice of Wright Auto and a few others. In answer to the query “Is Dan Dunlap retiring?” In the words of Al Pacino in Scent of a Woman…”Oh, I’m just gettin’ started!” Thanks for listening, Pittsburgh.

        Dan Dunlap

        http://www.DanDunlap.net

    1. Suzi,

      I’ve known Dan since 1937.

      He’s never been the retiring type.

      And thank goodness he didn’t go with Hoo Haw from Scent of a Woman to sum up his future.

  1. I will miss hearing Dan Dunlap’s voice on WISH. He is and was one of the best disc jockeys in Pittsburgh.

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