WICHITA — The end of Don Hall's six-month, no-compete agreement with Clear Channel Radio is nearing, and it looks like he may have something in the works with a new station.
But which one?
After five years on KZSN, 102.1-FM, Clear Channel replaced Hall this summer with former Oklahoma City disc jockey Anthony "The Antman" Allen.
Hall was spotted recently taking a pizza in the offices of Connoisseur Media, which has KIBB, 97.1-FM ("Bob-FM") and KVWF, 100.5-FM ("The Wolf").
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But he's also been spied over at Entercom in the last month.
Our bet is on Hall landing at an Entercom station in the new year.
He started his career at Entercom’s KEYN, 103.7-FM, in 1974. It would make sense if that's where he winds up again — possibly to finish out his career — especially since Entercom is advertising for an on-air morning personality for the station.
That's also where Hall's longtime friend Jack Oliver is, and it wouldn't be surprising to find them on air together.