Maryann Morgan Joins Joel Katz In Mornings At WMGQ

Debbie Mazella Magic 98.3 WMGQ New Brunswick Beasley Media Beasley Media AC “Magic 98.3” WMGQ New Brunswick NJ has promoted fill-in host Maryann Morgan to morning co-host aside Joel Katz.

Morgan previously hosted nights at WMGQ in the 1990s, while Katz himself recently returned to fulltime status at station to take the morning show following the exit of Chris McCoy when Beasley closed on the purchase of the station along with the rest of Greater Media.

Joel Katz just got a studio mate! He has invited Magic 98.3 show host Maryann Morgan to be his co-host. Their morning show airs 5:30 a.m. – 10 a.m., Mondays through Fridays.

“We are so happy to be waking up Central Jersey every morning! Well, that is… of course…excluding my Saturdays, my Sundays, my long weekends and my vacation days! ” Joel said, with a smile. “This could be the best morning show ever! Well, it’s not…but it could be!”

Maryann added, “This is definitely not my first love affair with Magic! Back in the 1990’s, I was the host of Magic’s evening program called the ‘Call-in, Love and Dedication’ show! Now, I am getting the chance to work with Joel in the early mornings. So, this is a big change, but you definitely will find out exactly how much we enjoy working with each other.”

Joel and Maryann are busy creating their own, unique morning vibe, with humor and positive energy! Their daily Impossible Questions, Entertainment Updates, and constant, compelling topics generate plenty of phone calls and interest.

“I have been pushing for this for a long time and it’s finally here. We just love Joel and Maryann in the Morning! I can’t think of a better pair than those two!” said Program Director Debbie Mazella. “It’s a positive, family-friendly and upbeat show that is already on its way to taking the station to new heights. If you listen, you’ll hear what I mean!”

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Lance Venta is the Owner and Publisher of RadioInsight.com and a consultant for RadioBB Networks specializing in integration of radio and the internet. Lance has two decades of experience tracking the audio industry and its use of digital platforms.

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