Jeremy Gold is one of the inspirations for The Talent Report. In 2014 he was running the boards for a syndicated morning show at Radio One/Indianapolis, but his huge personality could not be heard. Even though he had only worked on-air in Orlando and Indy on a part-time basis, it was evident that there was something special about him.
Publications don’t cover you until you get a full-time gig, but Program Directors really need to know about Talent with the potential to be stars as they are developing. So Jeremy’s conundrum of being an extremely talented but unknown individual with no platform was one of the reasons why this publication The Talent Report came to life.
Legendary Top 40 station WAPE/Jacksonville gave Jeremy his first full-time on air shot as the host of the night show in 2014, and months later he ascended to Afternoon Drive Talent and added Music Director duties. Now, he’s headed to KQKS for nights, and we can’t wait to see if he’s able to achieve the impressive ratings growth in Denver that he delivered in Jacksonville.
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Jeremy will be reunited with Victor Starr, the same PD he worked with at WJHM (102 Jamz)/Orlando. About the new addition to his staff, Victor said, “Jeremy’s unbridled energy and excitement is perfect for nights at KQKS-FM. Additionally, his strong command of social media will make him a superstar in Denver!”
“I am so thrilled to be joining the Entercom family in Denver at KS1075,” exclaimed Jeremy about his new gig. “Coming to Denver is a dream come true and to be able to work alongside Victor Starr again is the icing on the cake. I can’t wait to get to Denver to make it rain on the air, digitally, and in the streets!”
Hopefully Jeremy’s move from producer to market #18 will inspire others with talent to keep working hard to get their shot. If you know a personality who more people should know about, reach out to The Talent Report right here.