Thursday, November 26, 2015

The new guy on WHAT dances a mean foxtrot

He's Jim Clark, the standards station's new program director and midday host.

The new guy on WHAT dances a mean foxtrot


He sings! He dances! He runs a radio station.

Standards station AM1340WHAT has new leadership. He's Jim Clark, and besides being program director, he's the on-air host from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

And he's a good sport.

At his oldies station, he lost a bet and had to dress in drag as Gisele Bundchen and sing. At his last job, in Albany on a top-40 morning show, he competed with a co-worker on "Dancing With the Albany Stars."

A Boston-area native, he also professes to be a Patriots fan.
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