WEEI's vice president of programming and operations for Entercom-Boston after being fired by parent company Entercom today, according to a report in the Boston Globe.Jason Wolfe, a Sharon resident, is out as
Wolfe tweeted the announcement of his dismissal this morning after being at the station for 22 years.
"Im so blessed to have played a role in the station's success, and that success can never taken away, nor should it ever be forgotten," wrote Wolfe.
He thanked Intercom for what they did for him and "wished the company all the best in the future.
"WEEI has been losing the rating battle to 98.5 The Sports Final. Entercom said a replacement will be named in the next few days. Wolfe started when WEEI switched over to all sports radio.
Wolfe said he will miss work with Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon, which has raised more than $31 million for the charity.
In his letter, he thanked the staff at WEEI and WRKO and the listeners.
"It's now time for me to move on, and being the next chapter of my career," wrote Wolfe. "I learned so much from this experience and am so proud of everything we've accomplished together."