Changes hit ‘The Fan’ lineup

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The deck has been reshuffled at 93.7 The Fan (KDKA-FM) and the all-sports radio station will trot out the results of the changes Jan. 6.

Joining the morning show will be Josh Miller, who was a co-host on the station’s afternoon program. Miller, a former Steelers punter who spent 12 seasons in the NFL, will join Gregg Giannotti and Jim Colony on the morning show from 6-10 a.m. weekdays

Miller replaces Paul Alexander, who is no longer with The Fan. He along with midday co-host Vinnie Richichi were let go by the station this week. Richichi did his final show Wednesday in a solo appearance.

Replacing Richichi on the midday program will be Andrew Fillipponi, who will co-host with Post-Gazette columnist Ron Cook daily from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Fillipponi currently is the host of the 6-10 p.m. slot weeknights at the station.

Miller will not be replaced on the afternoon drive-time 2-6 p.m. weekday show. He was part of a three-man team that included Chris Mueller and Joe Starkey.

Colin Dunlap will move into Fillipponi’s spot in the 6-10 p.m. weeknight time period. Dunlap began part time at The Fan in 2010 and had been doing the 10 p.m.-2 a.m. show before the shake-up.

“Today’s announcement is an exciting step forward in the evolution of The Fan,” program director Ryan Maguire said in a statement released by CBS Radio. “We are eager to showcase the new lineup.”


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