Sunni Joins Joe Clair In Mornings At WPGC

95.5 WPGC Washington DC Joe Clair SunniCBS Radio Rhythmic CHR 95.5 WPGC Morningside MD/Washington DC has announced that midday host Vildana ‘Sunni’ Puric is moving to mornings to join the Joe Clair Morning Show.

Sunni will join Joe Clair and Guy Lambert on the WPGC morning show. She fills the long open vacancy created when Tati exited to join iHeartMedia’s “Jam’n 95.7” KSSX San Diego in May 2016. Sunni has been with WPGC since January 2011.

WPGC 95.5 announced today that Sunni, the highly rated Midday air personality and “Sunni In The City” host for WPGC 95.5 is moving into mornings as part of the “Joe Clair Morning Show” (JCMS). WPGC 95.5 celebrated its 30th anniversary last month and continues to be one of the most listened to stations in the Washington, D.C. metro area.

“Sunni is the perfect fit for the Joe Clair Morning Show and we are incredibly fortunate she wanted to get up early and make the transition to mornings,” said Vice President of Programming of CBS DC and WPGC Program Director, Steve Davis.

“Sunni is a breath of fresh air to the Joe Clair Morning Show,” said Joe Clair. “Her unique personality and outlook forged by her past experiences make this iteration of the JCMS unstoppable!”

“I’m truly honored to be able to continue my career in a place like DC where I’ve felt home since day one, especially at such a legendary station that is WPGC,” added Sunni.
Sunni has been on-air for WPGC since January 2011. In addition, Sunni is active on WPGC’s Social Media helping digital improve the activity and engagement of social media platforms, most notably Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Prior to joining WPGC, Sunni enjoyed success as a #1 rated air talent in Detroit ad well as New York and Miami.

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