March 18, 2019

Entercom Adds The D.L. Hughley Show to the Line Up at Hot 92.9 FM

DL Hughley has a new late-night show on TV ONE and added to the lineup in New Orleans on the NEW Hot 92.9 FM. 

Entercom, a leading media and entertainment company and one of the two largest radio broadcasters in the U.S., announced the addition of “The DL Hughley Show” on The New Hot 92.9 FM (WWWL-AM) in New Orleans, effective March 18th. The show will be heard weekdays from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. CT. The entertainment show is hosted by comedian DL Hughley and Jasmine Sanders.

“‘The DL Hughley Show’ delivers one of the brightest comedic minds of our time and connects today’s Urban adults through great music and lively conversations,” said Kevin Cassidy, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Entercom New Orleans. “DL’s unique mix of comedy and social consciousness will take our listeners on an entertaining ride with authentic and enlightening conversations each day.”

DL Hughley is known for his politically savvy standup comedy and social commentary. He has extensive experience in radio, television and film, including the hit comedy docu-film “The Original Kings of Comedy.” He is also currently touring as part of the “Comedy Get Down Tour.”

Jasmine Sanders has served as the co-host of the syndicated “The DL Hughley Show” since 2013. Prior to this, she held various on-air roles for CNN, Reach Media Inc and BET.

Listeners can tune in to The New Hot 92.9 FM (WWWL-AM) in New Orleans on air, as well as nationwide on the RADIO.COM app and website.

Also the D.L. Hughley TV Show premieres tonight on TV ONE. 11 p.m./10 p.m. CT

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