KSCS Names New Morning Show Co-Host

96.3 KSCS Dallas Hawkeye Trapper Connected K Following the December retirement of Terry Dorsey, Cumulus Country 96.3 KSCS Dallas, has completed the revamp of its morning show with the addition of Katelyn ‘Connected K’ Maida.

Maida will join incumbents Mark “Hawkeye” Louis and “Trapper” John Morris on Monday, March 9. She most recently served as Social Media Producer for Cox Media Houston and on-air weekends at Country “93Q” 92.9 KKBQ.

Cumulus announces that radio personality Katelyn Maida, known on air as “Connected K”, will join the New Country 96.3 KSCS morning show with Mark “Hawkeye” Louis and “Trapper” John Morris. Connected K comes to KSCS and Cumulus from Cox Radio’s KKBQ 93Q in Houston. She will debut on KSCS Monday, March 9. The show airs weekdays from 5:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

Dan Bennett, Regional Vice President, Dallas/Houston for Cumulus said: “Connected K is a great talent that will bring a social media flare, great artist connections and a terrific personality to our heritage morning show at KSCS. Dallas-Fort Worth is going to love Connected K!”

J.R. Schumann, Operations Manager for Cumulus Dallas/Fort Worth said: “I knew from the moment I first met Connected K that she was someone I wanted on our team. Her passion and enthusiasm for radio is exactly what we’re looking for to continue to take this station to new levels!” 

Connected K said: “”I am ecstatic to join the KSCS family and help to highlight social media within Cumulus Dallas/Fort Worth. Social media gives us such an amazing marketing tool and when used to its full potential, it can dramatically increase brand awareness. There’s definitely a secret sauce and we’re about to spread it all over Dallas/Fort Worth!”

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