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John Shumway steps down from KDKA Radio

Matt Rosenberg
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John Shumway has stepped down as the morning news co-host on KDKA Radio. His last day was Wednesday.

He will remain on KDKA-TV as a general assignment reporter, according to a statement from Michael Spacciapolli, senior vice president of Entercom in Pittsburgh, shared by KDKA.

“(John’s) tireless work ethic and news judgment has been a cornerstone of KDKA Radio mornings,” Spacciapolli said. “His integrity is unquestionable. Simply put, John is one the most gifted, well-respected journalists in our city.”

Shumway has been doing double duty at KDKA Radio and KDKA-TV for over 15 years. He co-hosted the morning radio show weekdays from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. with Larry Richert.

Spacciapolli said the company worked with Shumway to address his schedule and determined it was best to end the radio gig.

Matt Rosenberg is a Tribune-Review assistant multimedia editor. You can contact Matt at 412-320-7937, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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