On Wednesday, June 10, DCRTV broke the news that comedian Chris Paul (right) quit WPGC’s morning Donnie Simpson show without any notice, while Donnie is on vacation. Paul’s been yanked from CBS-owned PGC’s website and there are rumors that he’s jumping to Radio One, which runs PGC’s urban rival, WKYS. We’re also now hearing about a lot of turmoil at PGC, a longtime urban-formatted station. The ratings have slumped, since the Portable People Meters got unveiled in the DC market last fall. PGC is no longer a reliable “top 5” performer like it had been for many years. More likely, today, it’s 14th or 15th. And there has been a slump in Simpson’s numbers. We’re told that CBS suits are doing studies to see where the station should be format-wise. There’s been some talk about “moving” the station in more of a contemporary hits direction, a la CBS’s new Amp format in LA or Now format in NYC, to better battle Clear Channel’s high-rated WIHT, Hot 99.5.