Name Jerry Hoyt
About Jerry is a veteran manager with strong expertise in both radio and marketing. Having overseen and directed several multi-million dollar radio stations and their staff in a very competitive market, he is a solid leader who will be able to fit within your organizations management structure and excel in his role. Throughout his tenure in the radio and marketing fields he has served as an operations manager, talent and resource. He has a B.A. in Communications & Journalism from Virginia Wesleyan College and has pursued a Master of Arts degree from Johns Hopkins University in Government.
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Category Weekenders - Part Time Talent
Nationality Caucasian
Contact Details
Email jerryinva(at)
Cell Phone No. 7574724352
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City / Town Virginia Beach
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Province / State VA
Country US
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Zip / Post Code 23462
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Location Preference East Coast
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Positions Interested In? Middays, Afternoons, PD, APD.
Highest Education Bachelor's
Education Summary B.A. in Communications & Journalism from Virginia Wesleyan College and has pursued a Master of Arts degree from Johns Hopkins University in Government.
Work Experience Max Media of Hampton Roads
On-Air Talent
Virginia Beach, VA. 2015 to Present
Weekend and fill-in announcer for country formatted WGH-FM and classic hits formatted WVBW.

Total Traffic Network
Traffic Anchor/Producer
Silver Spring, MD. 2013.
Responsible for compiling and providing live on-air traffic reports for multiple jurisdictions including Washington D.C., Fredericksburg, VA, Baltimore, MD and Winchester, VA.
Responsible for interacting with listeners and law enforcement agencies to provide precise and up to the minute traffic information for multiple sources.
Maintained the database of working traffic incidents for use by other on-site reporters, various off-site affiliates, and GPS navigation systems with traffic information capability.

The Freelance Star Radio Group
On-Air Talent / Producer
Fredericksburg, VA 2013.
Performed weekend and fill-in on air duties at country formatted WFLS and classic rock WWUZ.

CBS Radio- Washington DC (2003-2011)
Program Director
WNEW-AM (formerly WHFS-AM),
Washington D.C., 2011
Handled all operations of conservative news-talk station.
Managed station staff, up to 10 different employees under my purview.
Interacted with CBS Radio account executives for managing brokered programming and station sales projections.
Extensively worked with station software including AudioVault automation systems to control switching between audio sources such as satellites, live programming in studio, and pre-recorded material.
Responsible for all affidavits for network programming.

Operations Manager
WIAD (formerly WTGB)
Washington D.C., 2008-2011
Responsible for managing all technical aspects of radio station, including staffing, programming, marketing, and sales.
Acted as liaison between the programming departments and engineering staff.
Managed music director and on-air staff in all station aspects.
Performed aspects of an office manager including, the requisition of office supplies, the faxing or mailing of confidential materials and emailing correspondence to other operations managers at CBS corporate.
Prepared and maintained licensing information for ASCAP and BMI.
Added on air responsibilities from September 2009 to February 2011.
Arbitron rated August 10, 2010 evenings #1 W 25-49 and W 25-54.  
Evenings: June 10, July, 10 August 10, 2010 (3 book average) top 5 W 25-49.
Additionally Programmed alternative rock WHFS on HD-2 of WIAD from June 2009 to August 2011.

Production Coordinator/Programming Assistant
WTGB (formerly WARW),
Washington D.C., 2004-2008.
Responsible for commercial production and oversaw station employees and acted as a liaison between the sales department staff /traffic department staff and assisted the programming department.
Scheduled liners and promos in Selector for primary signal/format. Scheduled music for the HD-2 signal.
Created talent schedule, handled office supplies, and other various administrative tasks
Very heavily involved with the launch of The Globe AAA/Classic Rock format change in February 2007.
Program director of the WTGB secondary digital channel.

Metro Networks
Traffic Reporter,
Washington D.C., 2008-2009
Responsible for compiling and providing on-air traffic reports for multiple Washington D.C. market radio stations including WTOP, WWWT and WMAL.
Responsible for answering telephone calls from listeners and law enforcement agencies, and mobile reporters in airborne and land based units via two-way radio.
Helped maintain the database of working traffic incidents for use by other on-site reporters and various off-site affiliates.
Experience Years 11+ Yr
Salary Range 25000-50000
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