Erin Vermeulen has been upped to evening news anchor for Audacy’s WWJ-AM (Detroit). She’ll be heard weeknights from 7-12 midnight. Vermeulen is a 23-year broadcast professional, most recently serving as a writer and editor for WWJ. Her career has taken her to Cairo, Dubai, Oman and South Africa before returning to the U.S. and working at KFI in Los Angeles as a member of “The Bill Handel Morning Show” in 2015.
“Erin is well connected to the community and has a number of great ideas to keep listeners informed about the top stories and events happening across metro Detroit, the state and the country,” said Audacy Detroit Senior Vice President and Market Manager Debbie Kenyon. “We are excited to promote Erin to anchor and look forward to hearing her voice on WWJ.”
“I am really excited to get back to my radio roots as a news presenter at one of the most iconic stations in the country,” added Vermeulen. “I am also very grateful to work with such talented and extraordinary people at WWJ. It is great to be back on the airwaves in my hometown, where I started my career more than 20 years ago.”
Vermeulen began her new role on February 7.