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Tom Joyner has always been recognized as a man on the move. He first came to public attention by hosting a morning radio show in Dallas and an afternoon show in Chicago simultaneously for eight years, flying back-and-forth between jobs daily. In the 1990s his popularity soared as the host of a nationally syndicated morning radio program. As nationally syndicated radio programs became a hot trend in the 1990s, Joyner became the biggest star in black radio.
Clovia Lawrence,a seasoned broadcast journalist who is best known in the Richmond Metropolitan area as “Miss Community”. With more than 20 years experience and a real passion for tackling tough topics and issues that affect the lives of people from every walk of life, Ms. Lawrence is the product of the Richmond Public School system and a graduate of Virginia Union University. Covering the Central Virginia market, she has a proven track record as a news reporter, announcer and community affairs director working at more than a dozen radio stations and virtually every format, Ms. Lawrence has produced top ratings
Dj King Tutt, born in Bronx, N.Y…raised in VA, has dj’d all over the world and has made VA his home while doing shows with some of the biggest acts in hip hop. A 10 year radio vet and syndicated mixer who definitely gets it in!!! Check him out on the air weekdays 10a-2p ET on Kiss Richmond FM Richmond, VA (www.kissrichmond.com).
Comedian, author, actor and television personality D.L. Hughley has been signed to host a weekday radio broadcast.THE D.L. HUGHLEY SHOW will be a daily themed, music intensive afternoon drive program from 3-7pm ET hosted by one of the brightest comedic minds.
Hughley, ready to take people on a no holds ride of humor and reality in the afternoons, stated, “I’m very excited to get back to radio and it couldn’t have come at a better time. I think radio fits my sensibility. I want to be fast, I want to be funny, I want to be topical. I want to make people laugh a lot and think a little. Some people want to push the envelope – I want to see if I can singe it a little.”