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Troy Hanson re-signing to a multi-year contract with Cromwell Radio

Troy-HansonCromwell Radio Group Nashville is pleased to announce the re-signing of Operations Manager/Program Director Troy Hanson to a multi-year deal through the end of 2017. Mr. Hanson started with Cromwell Radio in December 2007 as Program/Music Director of 102.9 The Buzz, WBUZ-FM (Rock). His dedication, attention to detail, and consistency enabled him to grow quickly within the company. Within two years he was promoted to Operations Manager, overseeing WPRT-FM (Sports) & WQZQ-AM/FM (Urban Gospel).

With over twenty-three years of experience in the broadcast industry, Troy Hanson has been flexible with the constant change of radio today. “This is true, for instance, I changed the station from The Buzz to The Game this morning while I was exercising proving my ability to change and be flexible,” stated Hanson. Cromwell Radio Group is proud to have the great work ethic Troy Hanson has continued to bring to the table since his arrival in Music City. Hanson continued “This has been one of the most rewarding career experiences I’ve had the good fortune of taking part in. Being part of building this team in the digital age has been, and continues to be incredibly challenging and rewarding. Many thanks must go to Bud (Walters) & Tincy (Crouse) for their continued good taste and faith.”

Tincy Crouse, General Manager of the Cromwell Radio Group in Nashville said “Troy has shown a tremendous level of commitment and professionalism in his role with The Cromwell Radio Group. We are extremely pleased to have come to an agreement on his employment for many years to come. This signing, along with recent additions like Dave Ramsey, George Plaster, and a new long term extension with the Nashville Predators, continues to show our allegiance to quality and localism

CEO of RF Focus, Radio and Music Industry Veteran. Radio DJ, Programmer, Musician and Voice Talent. Graduated from Performing Arts in Buffalo, N.Y. and worked at the legendary KKBT (92.3 The Beat) during its nationwide heyday in the early 90s. Also worked for Stevie Wonder at KJLH.

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