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Bruce Wolf added to Saturday talent line-up at WLS-AM

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WLS-AM isn't making an official announcement, but it has brought on board chatty Bruce Wolf to co-host with Dan Proft two hours of airtime from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. Wolf, who apparently has never bumped into a topic or a breaking news story about which he didn't have an opinion, is the latest talent to be brought into the fold at Citadel Broadcasting's news/talk outlet, as management is undertaking what has turned into a massive overhaul of the station.

WLS-AM general manager Michael Damsky said the hiring of Wolf is but one of several changes the station will make in its weekend programming line-up. WLS also has made numerous adjustments in its weekday line-up, most notably the addition of Sun-Times columnist Richard Roeper to the afternoon drive show hosted by Roe Conn, and the insertion of Cisco Cotto into the mid-morning slot previously occupied by Mancow Muller and Pat Cassidy.

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