By Georgia Association of Broadcasters
Longtime Atlanta radio personality, Frank Ski, announces his departure from Cox Media Group’s adult R&B station, “KISS 104.1,” after three years.
According to a report by the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Ski’s departure comes after the station decided not to renew his contract.
In a video shared to Instagram, Ski shares that he is excited for the next opportunities awaiting him in Atlanta and in the meantime his syndicated show “The Frank Ski Show with Nina Brown” is still airing on Washington R&B station WHUR-FM (96.3). Ski shares that in 2024 he plans to continue working on his syndicated radio shows, his book “Inspirational Vitamins,” two full-length musical albums and preparing for the arrival of his sixth child.
“Though it’s going to be difficult parting ways with all my friends at CMG, I’m really excited about starting a new chapter in Atlanta,” Ski said in a statement. “I’m equally excited about expanding my syndication to even greater heights and really super serving all our affiliates. Radio continues to motivate me every day as I feel a responsibility to help educate and entertain our communities while also giving back and making a difference.”
Ski has been an integral part of the Atlanta radio industry dating back to 1985. His time was highlighted by more than a decade at Audacy’s V-103 morning show where he was consistently a top-rated program.
Wednesday, January 10, 2024, was Ski’s final day on the air with KISS 104.1 FM.