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Radio 95.1 names replacements in Kimberly & Beck slot during weekday afternoons

Kimberly and Beck’s replacements have been named on Radio 95.1.

The 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. slot, which has been empty since the duo were terminated for making racist comments on-air, were replaced this week by iHeartRadio, who owns the station.

Comedian Earl David Reed, local radio personality Megan Carter and Pat McMahon will host “The Big Show,” which will run weekdays in the same slot.

Reed formerly worked on-air with Brother Wease, who hosts a morning show on the same station. Carter was previously hosted a morning show on 98PXY, before taking her most-recent role with KISS 106.7 in Rochester. McMahon has been heard on multiple stations in the Rochester and Syracuse markets over the last 6 years.

In a statement, iHeartRadio says the show will feature a “non-stop blend of hilarious conversation, pop culture headlines, news and information, sports and even the occasional dose of parenting and relationship advice.”