Mojo In The Morning Expands To WSNX

Mojo in the Morning 104.5 WSNX Grand Rapids Ken Evans ShmittyiHeartMedia CHR 104.5 WSNX Muskegon/Grand Rapids MI is picking up sister CHR “Channel 95.5” WKQI Detroit’s “Mojo in the Morning” starting Monday, January 16.

Mojo replaces “The Morning After” with Ken Evans & Shmitty at WSNX. Evans exits the station, while Lauren ‘Shmitty’ Smith remains in middays. Ken Evans joined WSNX as APD/Morning host in January 2012 after previously hosting middays under the name ‘Kruze’ in 2004-2005. He also programmed CHR 103.3 WKFR Kalamazoo from 2006 through 2011.

104.5 WSNX, West Michigan’s No. 1 Hit Music Station, announced today the debut of the Mojo in the Morning show, effective January 16, 2017. Mojo in the Morning will air weekdays from 6 – 10 a.m. and will continue to broadcast from its Detroit studio.

Mojo in the Morning features on-air personalities Mojo, Spike and Shannon, who focus on pop culture and the latest trends in music and entertainment. The morning show features a variety of popular daily and weekly segments including War of the Roses, Second Date Update, Phone Scams, Senseless Survey, Six On Sex, Throwback Throwdown, Breakup or Makeup, 5 Lies to Tell Your Mom, and Shannon’s Dirty on the 30.

“We love Michigan and are so excited to have the show heard in West Michigan,” said Mojo, host of Mojo In The Morning. “As a Big fan of SNX, we are honored to be on the two best CHR radio station brands in Michigan!”

“We are excited to expand Mojo In The Morning to WSNX,” said Stick, Program Director for 104.5 WSNX. “This show is fun, entertaining and will provide a daily blend of radio not currently available in West Michigan.”

104.5 WSNX is a leading media outlet in the Grand Rapids market and its content is available across multiple platforms, including its broadcast station; online via its branded digital site; mobile; and social, with nationwide listening through iHeartRadio, the all-in-one streaming music and live radio service – with its more than a billion downloads and 90 million registered users.

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  1. Eric Jon Magnuson says

    It didn’t sink in earlier, but this move might also represent a relaunch of (perhaps unofficial) syndication efforts for the show. I know that Envision handled it for some time, but I don’t see the show listed now among the company’s offerings.

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