In addition to syndication, Art is heard in the Inland Empire on KDAY. Michael was appointed pd at KOST and HOT 92.3 in late summer of 2013. In early 2017, Michael was jettisoned from KOST to an unnamed i Heart position.In September 2017, it was announced Michael would become pd at KKCW and KLTH-Portland. Jack had a long and successful career at WBAL-Baltimore and in New York at WCBS/fm and WINS before joining "K-100." Jack moved to Spain to live with his daughter and died on June 9, 1996, in San Sebastian.Born in 1948 in a small farming community outside Sacramento, at age 21 he moved to Long Beach to work at KNAC.In 1980 Jim was cited as the Top Rock Jock for "the passion that he brings to both the songs he plays and the words that set the mood.The report covering the 12 months to the end of February said that during the year The Mount has struggled with staff shortages 'driven by uncompetitive pay scales'.It said: 'Experienced staff have left and not been fully replaced, so that at the end of February there were 24 vacancies out of a complement of 136 officers, and a high proportion of officers and managers had less than two years' experience.'Despite the shortages the IMB said the establishment ended the year as a safe prison where prisoners have a good chance of rehabilitation, with the Governor and staff managing to control violence.Art worked evenings at HOT 92.3 and received the 2010 LARadio Lifetime Achievement Award.In late 2012 he was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame.
'And when you open the door after an extended lockdown, you never know what you are going to get.In 2015, inmates at the prison filmed themselves throwing parties, drinking alcohol and taking drugs while behind bars.A video emerged in March showing a lag boasting from his cell about his cushy life, where he dines on steak dinners and makes more money than he did on the outside by selling designer drug 'spice'.That's not happening at the moment.'Asked why it is difficult to retain staff he said: 'It's a combination of adverse working conditions, the violence that they face, and the poor salary.' Mr Cavendish pointed to a number of cuts - governors were ordered to make savings of £149million every year from 2014 - as the main reason for short staffing.Although it was announced by then-Justice Secretary Liz Truss in November last year that 2,500 extra officers would be hired across the UK, Mr Cavendish pointed to the fact that many are now being recruited straight from college.