Thursday, November 29, 2012

Neal Gladner resigns as GM of Crain Media

Posted By on Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 9:49 AM

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Longtime Arkansas radio personality Neal Gladner offered his resignation to Crain Media today. He'd been the general manager of Crain Media for two years in addition to hosting the morning show on Fresh Talk 93.3 FM. Before that, he was director of sales for US Stations, LLC in Hot Springs for two years, which followed 24 years as general manager and morning host on KARN in Little Rock.

Gladner said he's leaving Arkansas for another opportunity that he can't yet divulge. He won't be on-air in his new position.

"It was a very difficult decision. I've made so many friends in my time here," he said.

He'll continue on Fresh Talk for at least another week.

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