13 News reported Tuesday that Joey Baggz had landed a job with Country Legends 106.9 after being fired by Cumulus' V100 back in August.
Country Legends told us Wednesday that Cumulus management wrote 106.9 a letter saying Baggs has a six month non-compete after leaving Cumulus, regardless of whether he left voluntarily or was fired.
Country Legends says Baggz hiring was contingent on his legally clearing his Cumulus contract. Whether or not he ends up on-air at 106.9 is up in the air.
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