Mike Broomhead joins KTAR News 92.3 for weekday morning show
PHOENIX – Bonneville Phoenix announced Friday that Mike Broomhead will be joining KTAR News 92.3 to host a show weekday mornings.
Broomhead will host The Mike Broomhead Show from 8 a.m. to noon, on Arizona’s News Station. The show will begin Feb. 24.
“We are extremely excited to add one of the most talented talk show hosts in the country to our powerful lineup,” said Scott Sutherland, Bonneville Phoenix Senior Vice President and Market Manager. “Mike is a values-driven, influential thought leader who is committed to making a positive impact in our community, which is core to the KTAR mission.”
He joins KTAR News after being at News Talk 550 KFYI for most of the last decade. His show will cover and talk about the top stories in Arizona along with newsmakers from all over the state.
“I can’t wait to be on FM talking to a massive and diverse audience about important issues on the most historic radio station in Phoenix,” said Broomhead. “KTAR is Arizona and so am I. I’m so excited to go to work with the talented news, talk and digital teams.”
Broomhead’s show will replace The Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes Show. The duo hosted a show for five years on KTAR News 92.3. Hughes had been with Bonneville for 17 years, the last five as a talk show host. St. James had been with Bonneville for nearly a decade.
“I want to thank both Pamela and Bruce for their outstanding contributions, both personally and professionally,” said Ryan Hatch, Bonneville Phoenix Vice President of Programming.
With the change, Arizona’s Morning News with Jim Sharpe, Jayme West and Detour Dan will now be from 5 to 8 a.m.
The afternoon and evening lineup will remain the same. The Gaydos and Chad Show started in January, along with Arizona’s Evening News with Becky Lynn.
The station’s full weekday lineup beginning Feb. 24 will be:
– Arizona’s Morning News with Jim Sharpe, Jayme West and Detour Dan, 5 to 8 a.m.
– The Mike Broomhead Show, 8 a.m. to noon.
– The Dave Ramsey Show, noon to 2 p.m.
– The Gaydos and Chad Show, 2 to 6 p.m.
– Arizona’s Evening News with Becky Lynn, 6 to 7 p.m.