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One Stays, The Other Doesn’t, In Ayem Roost

Chris Chandler, who acquired Dennis Malloy as his WKSZ-FM morning co-host four months ago, is out; Malloy stays on. Per Chandler, the pair’s combined salaries were more than the station could afford; Chandler says that he’ll devote more time to Right People Inc., a firm he founded to do voiceovers and industrial films.

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