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WFMT-FM program director's abrupt exit raises new alarms about station's future

bizjournals Thursday, 15 August 2019
This week's abrupt exit of David Polk as program director at classical music-formatted WFMT-FM (97.8) once again has sounded the alarm about the future of the station and of classical music on radio in Chicago. In a Facebook posting, Polk announced he is leaving the station to seek his fortunes in New York City, and he asked his followers for housing tips in the Big Apple. A memo to WFMT staffers from recently named general manager George Preston complimented Polk for his contributions, but…
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