Kris Kelley, midday personality on urban adult-contemporary WVAZ-FM (102.7), has been promoted to program director of two other Clear Channel stations in Chicago — urban contemporary WGCI-FM (107.5) and Top 40 WKSC-FM (103.5). Kelley, who also had been assistant program director at WGCI, will relinquish her on-air duties at V103, effective immediately. In announcing the promotion Friday, Tony Coles, vice president of programming and operations for Clear Channel Chicago, cited Kelley’s understanding of “youth-targeted brands” and the 18-to-34 demo sought by both stations. “Kris has demonstrated her ability to drive ratings at ’GCI and she’s helped to recruit and develop one of the most talented urban radio teams in the country,” he said. “I’m proud to have her expertise as a part of our Kiss strategy.” At Kiss FM, Kelley succeeds Rick Vaughn, who shifted to Atlanta last August to oversee programming at Clear Channel’s WKLS-FM, WWVA-FM and WWLG-FM. Derrick Brown, who had been program director of WGCI, continues as director of urban programming for the group and program director of V103.