KSAN Promotes Baby Huey To Assistant Program Director

Cumulus Media Classic Rock “107.7 The Bone” KSAN San Mateo/San Francisco CA has promoted Danny ‘Baby Huey’ Delmore to Assistant Program Director.

Delmore joined KSAN as an intern in 2005 quickly rising to producer of the Lamont and Tonelli morning show. He also currently hosts Saturday afternoons and Sunday nights on the station as well as a wrestling podcast.

CUMULUS MEDIA (NASDAQ: CMLS) announces that it has promoted Baby Huey (also known as Danny Delmore) to Assistant Program Director for Bay Area Classic Rock station, 107.7 The Bone/KSAN-FM. A 16-year veteran of station, Baby Huey will continue to be heard on The Bone every Saturday from 3pm-8pm and Sundays from 7pm-10pm.

Baby Huey, who was born in Berkeley and grew up in Alameda, has been with 107.7 The Bone since August 2005. During his senior year at the University of California, Berkeley, he began interning for the station and worked on the Lamont and Tonelli Morning Show, where he ultimately became full-time Producer. His role with the station continued to grow over his 16 years with the station, and he now hosts his own show on The Bone on Saturdays and Sundays. He also hosts a pro wrestling podcast called In The Kliq.

Chasta Michaelis, Program Director, 107.7 The Bone, said: “Baby Huey has been a pillar of KSAN for 16 years and it is well past time to promote him and show him how appreciated he is for his hard work and dedication. The Bone would absolutely not be the same without his enthusiasm and devotion and I’m honored to work alongside him as we push this station forward.” 

Baby Huey remarked: “Since I can remember, I have always known I wanted to work in radio. I love that I can be a positive influence, entertain, connect with listeners, support local musicians and build relationships within the radio industry and community. Over the last 16 years, I have been fortunate enough to work at The Bone and experience so much. Words cannot describe how thankful I am to Chasta for this opportunity, and to Larry Blumhagen for believing in me. Thank you to Lamont and Tonelli for letting me work under their wing, for their guidance and for putting up with me for this long, lol. Thank you to all the talented and creative people I have worked with over the years. Last but not least, thanks to my Dad and brother for their love and support in helping me reach my goals. I am excited for this next chapter of my career and look forward to continue entertaining the Boneheads.”

This story first appeared on radioinsight.com