Monday, August 3, 2015

Morning host Bill Anderson leaving 900 WURD

900 WURD AM morning host Bill Anderson is expected to announce on his Wednesday "Wake Up With Bill" show that Friday is his last day at the station.

Morning host Bill Anderson leaving 900 WURD

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Bill Anderson poses on the beach during a photo shoot for the Daily News Sexy Singles in Atlantic City, New Jersey on June 17, 2009.<br />(David Maialetti / Staff Photographer)
Bill Anderson poses on the beach during a photo shoot for the Daily News Sexy Singles in Atlantic City, New Jersey on June 17, 2009. (David Maialetti / Staff Photographer)

900 WURD AM morning host Bill Anderson is expected to announce on his Wednesday “Wake Up With Bill” show that Friday is his last day at the station.

Anderson, a former Daily News Sexy Single, has told friends he will be dabbling in television in the near future. He appears regularly on Fox 29’s “Good Day,” but denies that is where he’s going.

“I wish I could say more but I really can't,” Anderson said Tuesday. “The decision to leave was mine and the station has been great about supporting my decision,” he said. “ In the next few weeks I'll be able to say more about a really exciting opportunity for me to grow but definitely stay in local/regional media,” Anderson said.

We asked if he was referring to Fox 29’s Good Day and he said while Good Day is “my favorite morning show. Their team is set. Stop trying to get me in trouble!”

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