Jeremy Moves On From Afternoon Show ‘Fenech on The Fox’

After tons of soul-searching, I have decided to step down as afternoon host on 103.9 The Fox. I want to be able to spend more time with my kids before they move out on their own. They are becoming absolutely fascinating people and I was to witness them becoming adults as much as I possibly can. While it’s a bittersweet decision, I think it’s the right one for my family. Following over two decades of radio programming, I am excited about the opportunity to be creative in today’s ever-changing radio, broadcast and media industry.

With the constantly evolving broadcasting landscape, I am thrilled to be provided with the opportunity to innovate and bring new ideas and experiences to my friends (listeners).

A new opportunity has been custom-made for my particular skillset. This new position will allow me to continue to focus on the programing and the future of the station, while expanding my broadcasting knowledge base. More details on this to come.

My heart will always be with my listeners, and I’ll always be here through the new and exciting programming features coming to 103.9 The Fox. I want to let the listeners know that I’m not going anywhere, I’ll still be here behind the scenes. You can be sure this isn’t the last you’ve heard from me!

The last episode of ‘Fenech on The Fox’ will be Friday, December 23, 2022. Listen to 103.9 The Fox anywhere in the world at ClassicFox.com or click the ‘Listen’ tab at JeremyFenech.com.

UPDATE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, Jeremy is back for a limited two-week run through Friday, January 27, 2023. Your new afternoon host, Mike “MAC” McIntyre will take over beginning Monday, January 30, 2023.

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Born and raised near Flint, Michigan, Jeremy is a lifelong radio geek who looks for the fun in every situation. His radio career spans over 25 years, and has taken him all over the Midwest as 'Jeremy Thompson', 'Just Bob', 'Dave Edwards' and even 'Bud Green'! A family man with a loving wife and three awesome kids, Jeremy also serves as the Program Director for 103.9 The Fox, Flint's Classic Rock Authority.

5 thoughts on “Jeremy Moves On From Afternoon Show ‘Fenech on The Fox’

  1. Congratulations Jeremy!
    I’m sure it was a tough choice. Good luck in your new endeavors.
    I’ll miss hearing you on the air.

  2. Good luck with this role. I can ask a big favor from you in this new adventure you are jumping into. Can you please bring more than three song from Poison to the playlist.

  3. You have been a joy and a hoot! Your zany ways will be greatly missed but you are a great Dad and we need more like you!

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