About Jeff Harrison

Jeff Harrison is the Program Director and Afternoon Drive Air Personality for Majic 102.1. Jeff began his career in San Bernardino, California as an announcer for the local college station KVCR. After two years, Jeff parlayed this experience into an announcer job in Flint, Michigan at WAMM-FM. During his tenure there, Jeff won Billboard Magazine\'s Air Personality of the Year Award. After leaving Flint, Michigan, Jeff worked as an announcer at WHAT Radio in Philadelphia, and later WJPC Radio in Chicago. Five years later, Jeff left Chicago to work mornings at KDIA in San Francisco, where he also served as Program Director. Jeff worked in San Francisco for nine years, where under his direction as Program Director, KDIA achieved its highest Arbitron ratings ever. While also in California, Jeff spent two years at KBLX/KRE Radio in Berkley. There he also enjoyed ratings success as Program Director and Afternoon Air Personality. Jeff later joined KMJQ-FM/Majic 102.1 in Houston, Texas, where he stayed for six successful years. As the Afternoon Drive Personality, Jeff consistently earned top ratings within the station\'s Adult 25-54 demographic target, ranking #1 and #2 in the Arbitron ratings during that six-year period. Jeff then left Houston to join the staff of \"The Wave\", KTWV, 93.3-FM in San Francisco as the Music Director and Morning Air Personality - where he stayed for nearly two years. Missing Houston, Jeff rejoined the staff at KMJQ-FM/Majic 102.1 in 2003. Jeff feels the success of any radio station is due, in large part, to being in touch with the \"pulse\" of the community, creating an on-air format that is stimulating, and has enormous mass appeal. He attributes his success to being in tune with the needs and desires of the station’s listeners. CLIENT ENDORSEMENTS Jeff\'s roster of endorsements have included: Munday Chevrolet Time Warner Cable Red Lobster Quick Weight-Loss Munday Mazda The Greensheet Sprint PCS Ortho FunJet HEB Casa Ole’

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