Mojo in the Morning also airs on 104.5 WSNX Grand Rapids and features Mojo, Spike and Shannon. Meaghan Mick, who has been part of the Morning Rush for the past six years will join Mojo’s show to provide local updates. Exiting the station are Eric Chase and Demetrius Nicodemus. Phillipe Taylor remains with iHeartMedia Toledo.
iHeartMedia Toledo’s 92.5 KISS-FM, Toledo’s Number 1 Hit Music Station, announced today the debut of the Mojo in the Morning show, effective June 19, 2017. Mojo in the Morning will air weekdays from 5 – 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. Toledo native Meaghan Mick, a 92.5 KISS-FM on-air personality for the past six years, will join Mojo in the Morning to provide humorous commentary as well as local news and entertainment.
“We love the Midwest and are so excited to have Mojo in the Morning connect with listeners in Toledo,” said Mojo. “As a big fan of 92.5 KISS-FM, we are honored to be on such a dominant radio station brand in Northwest Ohio!”
“I’ve personally been a long-time fan of Mojo in the Morning, and we’re excited to expand his show to 92.5 KISS-FM,” said Scott Sands, Senior Vice President of Programming for iHeartMedia Toledo. “This show is fun, engaging, and will provide a daily blend of entertainment not currently heard on the radio in Toledo.”
92.5 KISS-FM is a leading media outlet in the Toledo 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 100 million registered users.