Jon King

The Drum

Croud welcomes Jon King as first Group General Manager

The global, full-service digital marketing agency Croud has appointed Jon King, former CEO of Performics, as Group General Manager. King, who is taking on this newly created position with a global remit, will be focusing on the integration of Croud's recent acquisitions, particularly VERB brands, supporting management teams, and helping to scale the business. He will join the Executive team and report into Luke Smith, co-founder and Global CEO.
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News director Jon King left WHMI with an on-air resignation. Here's what he says happened

It’s been a week since WHMI news director Jon King left the Livingston County radio station in a very public breakup. King, who had worked at the station for nearly 20 years, resigned on air during his regular “Mike & Jon in the Morning” show, which is co-hosted by Mike Marino. The station had offered King a severance package with a termination date of Feb. 25.


1/31/22 PRESS RELEASE Regarding Jon King’s decision to exit early from WHMI, there are reports that state a single advertiser is responsible for his exit which is completely false. The fact is that no advertiser gave an ultimatum to terminate Jon King or they would pull their advertising. The company would never cower to such a demand. Additionally, no advertiser pulled their advertising due to threats of boycotts from various groups.
Johnson City Press

From the Warehouse: Jon King, "She's Out There"

The Johnson City Press presents "From the Warehouse," a new music-driven series highlighting local and regional artists. Hoping to periodically provide homegrown acts with a video platform, the series is shot on premises (in an old city garage and battery warehouse) with the artists' permission. Jon King is a singer-songwriter...
Santa Cruz Sentinel

What We All Want: Jon King on new Gang of Four boxset and passing of guitarist Andy Gill

Post-punk band Gang of Four began in Leeds, England in 1976. During the current pandemic,. singer/lyricist Jon King has focused on producing a limited release (3000 copies) boxset titled “Gang of Four ’77 to ’81” (Matador Records) which includes their first two albums, a 100-page book of photos and lyrics, an exclusive singles LP and a double LP, “Live at American Indian Center 1980.” There’s also an old-school C90 cassette tape of 26 never-before-issued outtakes and studio demos from Entertainment! (1979) and Solid Gold (1981).