‘Rover’s Morning Glory’ radio show has received a contract extension, according to iHeartMedia. Shane “Rover” French is
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Shane French – the voice behind nationally syndicated morning show “Rover’s Morning Glory” – has received a multi-year contract extension from iHeartMedia Cleveland’s 100.7 WMMS.
The contract also covers development of additional audio and video content for iHeartMedia and Rover’s own company, via RMG TV. “Rover’s Morning Glory” broadcasts weekdays.
“Thanks to this deal, ‘Rover’s Morning Glory’ will reach the incredible milestone of 25 years on the air in Cleveland, which is even more remarkable since I’m just 29 years old,” Rover said in a press release.
In a 2005 Plain Dealer profile, Rover was characterized as a “great radio paradox” – likeable and funny off air, but while on the radio was described as a “sex-obsessed glib gabber” and “raunchy punk.”
He began his radio career in Las Vegas in 1996 and started at WMMS in 2008. His morning show can be heard in more than a dozen cities across the country.
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