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iHeartMedia has tapped Taylor Jukes as PD for WHYI FM/Y100 Miami, effective immediately. She’ll report to South Florida Region SVP Programming Rob Miller.

She was most recently Sr. Manger of National Content for iHeart Canada and PD for Top 40 outlet CKFM/99.9 Virgin Radio Toronto. She’s also had programming and on-air duties in Vancouver, Edmonton and other locales, all of which are almost exactly like Miami.

“Taylor is a passionate leader who has programmed multiple successful brands in Canada,” said Miller.  “Her fresh perspective on collaborating with talent and innovative social media strategies, paired with strong relationships with artists and our label partners will reinforce the dominant position we have at Y100. Plus, she’s promised to teach us all the hot Canadian dances.”  

He added, “I am excited for Taylor and me to make history together in Miami!”

“I’m excited to join an innovative company like iHeartMedia that leads the way in Radio Programming and Events,” said Jukes. “Top 40 has always been my passion and to join the Miami team at the iconic Y100 is thrilling! Big thanks to the entire iHeart team for the amazing opportunity.”

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