Maxx Myrick

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Maxx Myrick is an award winning air personality and radio programmer with over 38 years of experience providing content on local and national levels. He has worked across many technology changes from analog to digital, satellite and Internet delivery platforms.

Skills include working with personalities across many genres including national and international celebrities; and working with artists, management, publicists and record labels. He has experience promoting large and small concerts, and has been a producer of long and short form audio content for radio. He has traveled extensively and has a unique understanding of the music of Brazil, Africa and the Caribbean and a thorough knowledge of blues, jazz, early rock & roll, soul and R&B genres.

From 2011-2015 Maxx was the Director of Operations and Programming for WHUR in Washington, DC, the flagship station of the Howard University Radio Network. (WHUR, WHUR World-HD2, WHBC-HD3, H.U.R. Voices-Sirius XM 141, HBCU-Sirius-XM 142, and Glasshouseradio.com). From 2000 – 2008 he worked for XM Satellite Radio in New York City where he created the Real Jazz channel the nations largest satellite jazz channel which he and built and maintained an average of over 1 million listeners. Broadcasting daily from studios in Jazz At Lincoln Center, he produced the weekly program “In The Swing Seat with Wynton Marsalis and the Real Jazz radio program heard daily on United Airlines flights worldwide from 2003-2008. In addition he programmed the nations only satellite radio “Neo Soul Channel XM 61 “The Flow” and “Latin Jazz Channel XM 75 Luna.

Prior to coming to XM Satellite Radio Maxx was Operations Manag