It's the O'Show. Boston area radio veteran David O'Leary has been named as the new morning drive co-host at WMJX/Magic 106.7. O'Leary, who has been working in local radio since early 1980's, is taking over for Mike Addams who retired in late June.(BRW 6/17) He'll join co-host Candy O'Terry starting on Monday, August 19th. O'Terry moved from afternoons into the new morning drive co-host role back in March(BRW 3/7).
Over the past 30 years, the Natick natve, O'Leary, has worked in variety of on-air and off-air roles at WGTR 1060, WBCN 104.1,WAAF 107.3, WXKS/Kiss 108, WBOS 92.9 and Magic 106.7 in Boston as well as in WSNE/Coast 93.3 in Providence. In mid-1980's, he also briefly worked as afternoon drive VJ on a music TV station V66 in Framingham.
David O’Leary Named New Co-Host of MAGIC 106.7 in BostonGreater Media announces veteran radio broadcaster David O’Leary has been named as the new co-host of Morning MAGIC on 106.7/WMJX-FM in Boston. He will begin his new position on Monday, August 19th.
The radio and television veteran has been charming Boston-area listeners with his personal style and affable manner for over 25 years. A native of Natick, O’Leary joined Greater Media in 1997 as the morning drive host on WBOS, 92.9FM. He joined the MAGIC 106.7 air staff in 2004, before going on to become Production Director of the station in 2007. In addition to hearing him on the radio, you’ve also seen him on WGBH/Channel 2, and as an afternoon VJ on Boston’s Music Video TV, V-66.
“Several good candidates surfaced during our extensive talent search, and after careful consideration, David O’Leary stood out as the natural choice to best help propel Magic’s morning show into the future,” said Greater Media Boston Director of Programming Cadillac Jack. “David’s experience, warmth, and great judgment with respect to content are just some of the reasons I’m thrilled to once again promote from within our valuable roster of “A” talent here at Greater Media Boston. The combination of David and Candy promises to be an exciting new chapter for Morning Magic!”
“I couldn’t be happier to be a part of the Magic air staff,” said O’Leary. “This station, in this city, working with a team I know and respect… It’s a dream come true!”