Edwin “Eddie F.” Fennell named Assistant Program Director and Music Director for WDAS & WUSL-FM
Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Philadelphia announced today that Edwin "Eddie F" Fennell has been named Assistant Program Director and Music Director for Power 99 FM WUSL-FM and WDAS-FM, effective immediately.
Fennell began his career at Power 99 FM as an intern in 2001 and proceeded to become an integral part of the station's operations as producer, part-time on-air personality and assisting in programming and imaging. He was promoted to Assistant Music Director for Power 99 FM in 2008.
In his new role as Assistant Program Director and Music Director Fennell will oversee all programming for the broadcast and digital operations for 99 FM WUSL-FM and WDAS-FM. In addition he will continue his role as Imaging Director for Power 99 FM, WDAS FM, and WDAS AM, as well as Imaging Coordinator for Clear Channel Media and Entertainment's National Programing Platforms team.
In addition, Fennell will continue producing and hosting The Streetz Sportz Reportz on Power 99 FM weekdays at 8:00 PM EST.
"Eddie has shown tremendous professionalism and a 'team first' attitude. For those reasons, amongst many others, he's earned this new position," said Derrick Corbett, Director of Urban Programming, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Philadelphia.
"I can't describe how thankful and blessed I am for this opportunity," said Fennell. "For all the people that opened the door for me and shared their knowledge and leadership, I hope I make them proud."
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