Moriah Daniels Tabbed For Middays At WIRK

New Country 103.1 WIRK West Palm BeachHubbard Radio’s “New Country 103.1” WIRK Indiantown/West Palm Beach FL has rounded out its lineup with the addition of Moriah Daniels as midday host.

Daniels has worked for the cluster in a variety of roles since 2011 and previously held the midday slot at WIRK. She most recently was holding the position of National Sales Assistant for the company.

Hubbard Radio West Palm Beach’s New Country 103.1 WIRK welcomes Moriah Daniels to the mid-day mic! Moriah’s love of New Country and the South Florida country lifestyle makes her the perfect addition to the New Country 103.1 WIRK line-up, along with Tim & Chelsea in the Mornings & Sammy Cruise in afternoon drive.
Moriah Daniels has been in the Radio Industry for the last 8 years in Palm Beach County. Her career began as an intern at CBS Radio, then a Brand Ambassador, and on-air personality with WIRK. Now New Country 103.1.

When she is not on-air or at a concert, Moriah is spending her time fishing, and hanging at the beach or pool, but mostly, you’ll find her enjoying time with family. She is ready to bring energy and a smile to South Florida’s new country station.

Bruce Logan, Operations Manager and Brand/Content Director of WIRK-Country, said, “As a program director, there is nothing better than inheriting great talent! When I started the search to transition New Country 103.1 from a voice tracked show to a live & local show in West Palm Beach, I was thrilled to find Moriah sitting mere feet from my office dutifully serving our sales team. She expressed interest, I went through the entire search process and in the end there was no one I’d rather have as WIRK’s At-Work host.”

Daniels commented, “WIRK has been best known for the music and the on-air personalities. We are excited to bring a fresh look to our country community. Listeners might hear some new tunes, but also some familiar voices as well.”

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