August 26, 2016

Ed Lover on “Oprah: Where Are They Now?”

Radio Host and Television Pioneer, Ed Lover to be featured on “Oprah: Where Are They Now?”

Nationally syndicated radio host, Ed Lover, exposed hip-hop music to a mainstream audience as part of the inaugural co-host team on “Yo! MTV Raps.” Lover will be featured this Saturday, August 27th, on “Oprah: Where Are They Now?”

Nationally syndicated radio host Ed Lover exposed hip-hop music to a mainstream audience as part of the inaugural co-host team on “Yo! MTV Raps.” This Saturday, August 27th, the host of The Ed Lover Show will be featured on “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” at 10pm ET airing on OWN.
In the episode the groundbreaking host and comedian looks back on his on-air partnership with Dr. Dre, his syndicated radio show and his newfound career in stand-up comedy.

The Ed Lover Show can be heard nationwide weekdays from 6am – 10am ET. The Ed Lover Show is distributed by Reach Media Inc., a subsidiary of Radio One.

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