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Cumulus Indianapolis Production Director Bob Simpson to Retire After Nearly 50 Years in Radio

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announces that Bob Simpson, for Cumulus Indianapolis, is calling it a career and beginning his retirement next month. Bob’s final day in the office, Friday, May 3rd, will leave him just a few months shy of 50 years in the radio broadcasting industry, the last 17+ with Cumulus in Indianapolis.

, Vice President/Market Manager for Cumulus Indianapolis said: “Simply put, Bob is fantastic at his craft and the audio industry has him to thank for a creative and compelling job well done. Bob, I’m happy to join you on your next trip around the world as your luggage and security assistant.”

Simpson said: “September 14th, it will be 50 years since I first debuted in radio. I immediately mispronounced ‘Wichita’…I mispronounce fewer words now.” He added: “Working in Indy has been a pleasure and a blessing and I am very happy to end my career here. My thanks to this wonderful crew at Cumulus. While I will miss it, I am ready for what the next 50 years bring.”

Stepping into the job of Production Director for the six-station group is Jenn White, who worked in the same position with Entercom-Indianapolis (WZPL-FM, WNTR-FM, WXNT-AM).


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