Fired KY disc jockeys file discrimination complaint
“They said this was a format change”
Four former employees of classic-rock station KYYS-FM have filed an age-discrimination complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over their firings in January.
Former morning-show hosts Max Floyd, 67, and Tanna Guthrie, 51, and two other on-air personalities of the former KY-99.7 allege that Entercom Communications of Philadelphia pink-slipped them because of their age.
Entercom officials said the moves were made in order to relaunch the station as '99.7 The Boulevard.' Read more
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#1 Apr 4, 2008
Bring back Max and Tanna. The new station format sucks and lacks style. The new '99.7 Boulevard' is a dead end street. Max and Tanna were and are integral parts of Kansas City life for many in the area. I sincerely hope they win their age-discrimination suit against the station's ignorant owners.
“Today is a gift..have fun!”
Since: Feb 08
#2 Apr 22, 2008
Amen to that!!!
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