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NEW FALL LINE-UP ANNOUNCED FOR IPOWER 92.1 AND 99.3 & 105.7 KISS FM

NEW FALL LINE-UP ANNOUNCED  FOR IPOWER 92.1 AND 99.3 & 105.7 KISS FM

Radio One Richmond Stations WCDX-FM (iPower 92.1) and WKJS/WKJM (99.3/105.7 KISS-FM announced

a new on air Fall line up with current afternoon host King Tutt, midday host TT Torrez and evening host Big

Keith, moving their shows.

Richmonders will now be able to hear King Tutt as the new WKJS/WKJM 99.3/105.7 Kiss-FM Mid Day host

from 10am until 3pm. With the move to WKJS-FM Richmond’s Number One rated station, King Tutt will be

surrounded by popular syndicated hosts Tom Joyner in the morning and Michael Baisden in the afternoon.

Veteran personality Mitch Malone continues in the 7pm ““ midnight highly rated Quiet Storm show. Miss

Community Clovia continues as News and Public Affairs Director.

“Tutt” is a true leader and entertainer who is immersed in the community and has been highly successful in

Afternoon Drive 2pm ““ 6pm on WCDX iPower 92.1 for the past 4 1/2 years, stated Vice-President/General

Manager Linda Forem.

At iPower 92.1 Midday personality TT Torrez moves her highly successful show to Afternoon Drive

2pm ““ 6pm. Tapped as one of Richmond’s Top 40 under 40 by Style Magazine, TT has made an impact

in the Richmond market with “Girl Talk”, community service and entertainment scoops and interviews

on iPower 92.1. She brings that same spark as she transitions to weekday afternoons.

Taking TT’s midday spot is Big Keith who is moving from weekday nights. Big Keith has been on iPower 92.1

since 2008 and is known for his sense of humor and engaging personality.

“This repositioning is a great move for both the radio stations and our audience, and I am excited about the new

energy it will bring to our brands to take us to an even higher competitive level here in Richmond” said Jeff

Anderson, Operations Manager.

CEO of RF Focus, Radio and Music Industry Veteran. Radio DJ, Programmer, Musician and Voice Talent. Graduated from Performing Arts in Buffalo, N.Y. and worked at the legendary KKBT (92.3 The Beat) during its nationwide heyday in the early 90s. Also worked for Stevie Wonder at KJLH.

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