Jasmine Sadry, who has been with the “Hawkeye in the Morning” with Mark “Hawkeye” Louis on country station KSCS/96.3 FM for the past three years, has left the station, program director Mac Daniels confirms.
“[She] has departed to pursue other endeavors,” Daniels says in an email, adding that the station does plan to fill the vacancy. “All interested personalities should send their info to firstname.lastname@example.org. Not looking for DJ’s, we need a personality for this position.”
They already have DJ in Louis, who celebrated his 30th anniversary with the station this year, many of them with DFW radio legend Terry Dorsey, who retired in late 2014 and died less than four months later.
Since early 2015, Louis has worked with Katelyn Maida, who goes by the on-air name of “Connected K,” with Sadry joining the morning show a few months later. The trio was nominated for a 2018 CMA Broadcast Personality of the Year Award.
Sign Up and Save
Get six months of free digital access to the Star-Telegram
We reached Sadry via email, but she said that she couldn’t sat much other than she chose to leave to seek other opportunities. On AllAccess she simply said, “Right now, I am just taking the time to breathe and am sifting through several offers.” She linked to the AllAccess post on her social media pages, saying on Twitter, “Here’s to catching up on some sleep for a little bit.”
Although she has been on KSCS for more than three years, Sadry is perhaps best-known in DFW radio for being a longtime personality on shows hosted by Chris Jagger, known for his work on now-defunct KDGE/102.1 FM “The Edge” and on KRLD/105.3 FM “The Fan.”
According to a bio on her Facebook page, she has also been a producer, hosted her own shows and was part of the Dallas Cowboys radio-broadcast team. She also done a ton of commercial work and appeared on the “Dallas” reboot as “reporter #1.”