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Longtime morning DJ Tony Fly out at K-Twin

In the high-turnover world of rock radio dee jays, Tony Fly was the rare bird with a longtime home at a single station. Even a format change didn't knock him out of his morning spot at 96.3 FM in the Twin Cities. But now disappointing ratings and management's yen for a 'different direction' have Fly looking to land elsewhere in the market.
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In the high-turnover world of rock radio dee jays, Tony Fly was the rare bird with a longtime home at a single station. Even a format change didn't knock him out of his morning spot at 96.3 FM in the Twin Cities. But now disappointing ratings and management's yen for a 'different direction' have Fly looking to land elsewhere in the market.

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