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Mr. Weston comes to Worcester from Delmarva Public Radio in Salisbury, Md., where he was manager for four years.
He is best known as one of the architects of Public Radio Partnership in Louisville, KY and was President for twelve years.
Mr. Weston managed the entire project of bringing Louisville's three public radio stations under one non-profit umbrella.
He served as General Manager of WFPL and WFPK in Louisville from 1985 until 1994.
has had a long association with jazz.
He was Jazz Director at WFPL in Louisville from 1980 to 1985, where he hosted a five hour show every weeknight.
He began his career at WVLC/WLOM on Cape Cod where he hosted a jazz show on Saturday nights for four years.
Mr. Weston served as President of the Louisville Jazz Society.
Other community service included the American Red Cross
, Louisville Downtown Development Committee
and the Development Exchange, Inc.
the funding resource for public radio stations across the country.
Mr. Weston is a Massachusetts native (Hingham) and a graduate of Syracuse University.
now resides in Worcester, MA.
Veteran manager Gerry Weston ...
Veteran manager Gerry Weston is retiring in June, after 30 years in public radio.
Since 2011 he's been g.m. of WICN in Worcester, Mass.
Previously he was president of Public Radio Partnership, now Louisville Public Media, where he managed the 1995 merger of WFPL, WFKP and WUOL.
Weston also served as g.m. at WSCL and WSDL in Salisbury, Md.
Triple A Radio
Two hours just wasn't enough for Gerry Weston and Dan Reed however.
Especially at a radio convention.
Gerry was the head of the Public Radio Partnership, a homegrown Louisville operation that ran the three non-commercial FM's in the city.
So, in 2001, Gerry and Dan established the NON-COMMvention in Louisville, to be held every May.
and Reed had been on the right track.
For Gerry Weston
, one of the most talented managers in radio, I suspect we will be seeing him at a new major market location next year (if not sooner).
Board of Directors
Gerry Weston (ex-officio)President, Public Radio Partnership
WHAS11.com | Louisville Kentucky | I-Team
"The jazz format in the middle of the day was allowing too many of our listeners to leave us," Public Radio President Gerry Weston says.
Despite a meeting with jazz fans over the change, the president of the public radio partnership says jazz won't come back to weekday afternoons.
"We're gonna stick with our decision," Weston