Thursday, September 3, 2015

No Justice at Wired 96.5

Justice, executive producer/sidekick on Wired's Chio in the Morning show, was fired Friday.

No Justice at Wired 96.5


Justice, executive producer/sidekick on Wired's Chio in the Morning show, was fired Friday.

A station official said it was not related to a round of budget cuts at Beasley Broadcasting.

Justice, at the station nearly three years, told me today that he had heard rumblings that his contract would not be renewed and he called a meeting with management that "didn't go very well."

The station official said Justice (Justin Scheman) would be replaced.
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