He succeeds Bob Earley, who left WNIR in February after a dispute with management. The official word:
Brimfield Police Chief, David Oliver, is the author of the book, “No Mopes Allowed” and the creator of the Brimfield Police Department’s Facebook page which has been dubbed an internet sensation with 154,000 “Likes”, more than any other police department in the United States except the City of New
York which has 8,326,300 more people than Brimfield, Ohio, population 10,700.
Starting at 7:00 pm on Saturday August 2, 2014 Chief Oliver will take on the role of radio talk show host on Northeast Ohio’s exclusive FM talk radio station, WNIR 100 FM and on the internet for Chief Oliver’s global Facebook following in all 50 States and 44 countries, via WNIR’s internet stream which can be accessed from WNIR’s website, www.wnir.com, or WNIR’s free iPhone app, or for Android phones and Blackberries from streaming aggregators www.nobexrc.com and www.tunein.com.
“Breaking Good with Chief Oliver” will be broadcast Live every Saturday night from 7:00-10:00 pm Eastern time. The 3-hour open line Live call-in talk show will feature Chief Oliver’s unique sense of humor, folksy style and refreshingly candid opinions about the things he sees and experiences in Brimfield, Ohio and how they represent the things going on in communities across the country. The listening audience will be Chief Oliver’s “main guest” making every show a lively dialogue between the Chief and people from all walks of life here in Northeast Ohio and around the country. Listeners will be able to call-in and talk to the Chief via the station’s local and toll-free phones, 330-673-1234 or 800-