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Kevin Weatherly Returns to KROQ After Two Years at Spotify

Kevin Weatherly, the former program director at Los Angeles’ KROQ, who helped build the station to become a leading influence in alternative rock music nationally, is returning to the station as senior vice president of programming.He leaves Spotify, where he held the position of head of North American programming, after a little over two years, starting officially at the Audacy station on June 6. In March, Variety reported that Mike Kaplan had stepped down as program director at KROQ, the station he revamped after joining in 2020. KROQ had weathered major changes under Kaplan, who initially steered the station away from its rock and alternative roots towards more pop-leaning fare, riding the wave of TikTok-launched hits.

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Dominic Fike has confirmed he will return as Elliot in Euphoria season three.The actor and musician, who joined the HBO show for season two, shared the news on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, following the season two finale.Fallon asked Fike whether he was set to return as Elliot in the next season, to which he replied, “Absolutely.”Fike also addressed a fan theory claiming that Elliot could be Nate Jacobs’ brother.“I’m not even gonna lie, I saw this one online, and I looked at it for a while and there was so many things connecting and so many people were talking about it all through these Reddit threads, and at the end of it I was like, ‘Am I Nate’s brother?'” he said.Watch the full interview here:Meanwhile, this season of Euphoria has led to a rise in young people seeking help for addiction problems, according to the UK Addiction Treatment Group (UKAT).According to UKAT’s head consultant Nuno Albuquerque, since the show was released there has been a small rise in young people seeking help for addiction.“What shows like Euphoria do is to raise the awareness of young people and children experiencing and in some cases, struggling with mature life situations like drug misuse,” Albuquerque told “Thankfully there has been a very small rise in the number of young people getting in touch with our support services asking for help and guidance.”He added: “It’s naive of society to believe that our younger generation don’t use and abuse substances, or to think that we can always protect them.