March 4, 2022

Radio Free 102.3 KJLH Welcomes Chris Malone As New Program Director

After an extensive national search Radio Free 102.3 KJLH FM has selected Chris Malone as its new head of Programming for its legendary brand.

Chris comes to Los Angeles with an extensive programming resume including the programming of stations in Raleigh, Greensboro, Boston and most recently Dallas. 

Karen Slade, Vice President / General Manager of KJLH stated “We are excited to welcome Chris to the KJLH team.  Chris’ expertise and strategic insights will ensure KJLH continues to thrive in the rankings and cross platforms, while maintaining our community connection and cultural authenticity.”

Malone stated “KJLH is such a unique gem that sits at the corner of community and culture, with over 50 years goodwill and heritage in the LA market and beyond. It’s a thrill to lead this talented team of creators to new levels digitally and over the air. Many thanks to the brilliant ownership of Stevland Morris aka Stevie Wonder and VP/GM Karen Slade for this wonderful opportunity.”

1 comment:

  1. I really enjoyed the Marvin Gaye tribute y'all did for his birthday.He is responsible for so much meaningful music and he is also responsible for The Originals biggest hits called Baby in foreal and The bells. Freddie Gorman of The Originals help write The hit platinum record Mr postman which helped keep Motown in business so we could be blessed by The iconic super talented Mr Stevie Wonder who in turn gives us best Station Los Angeles KJLH.Thank you Karen Slade and Congratulations and Welcome to Chris Malone.


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