Friday, May 9, 2014

Cathy Rivers Named KXCI's Program Director

Posted By on Fri, May 9, 2014 at 5:42 PM

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Local music fixture Cathy Rivers will be taking on some more responsibilities at the 91.3 KXCI offices.  The longtime Tucson resident has accepted the program director position, according to an email from KXCI General Manager Randy Peterson.

"One of our goals was to reposition the duties of a program director back under one person," Peterson said in the email.

The singer-songwriter returned to the nonprofit community sponsored radio organization in 2012 to host the station's afternoon drive show. In addition to hosting The Home Stretch from 3 to 6 p.m., Rivers will coordinate the station's deejay training classes, scheduling subs, deejay airchecks/performance reviews, policies and so much more.

Click here
 for an interesting interview Weekly music writer Gene Armstrong conducted with the Tucson transplant in 2004. 


I think Rivers should perform a celebratory concert in honor of her new job title.

Fair is fair, Cathy.

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