Lazlo will soon be replaced as program director at Seattle’s KNDD-FM (The End, 107.7). He’s making the move to focus on his radio show “The Church of Lazlo,” which airs from 2 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, according to an e-mailed press release issued by The End’s parent company Entercom afternoon.
Mike Kaplan has been hired to take over as program director, and Lazlo will step down when Kaplan arrives, the release said. Kaplan was previously station manager at WEZB-FM, and Entercom station in New Orleans.
“Mike has done phenomenal work at Entercom, both in our New Orleans and Kansas City clusters, and we are thrilled to have him come onboard in Seattle to work with the entire End team,” Dave Richards, the operations manager for Entercom’s Seattle statement said in a statement included in the press release.
“In the past year and a half, Lazlo has done a great job focusing and leading The End. This will give Lazlo the opportunity to further develop an even bigger ‘Church.'”