November 13, 2019

Claudia Jordan Exits Smooth R&B 105.7 KRNB as Morning Show Host

Morning show host and TV personality Claudia Jordan has exited Service Broadcasting's Urban AC station Smooth R&B 105.7 KRNB (Dallas-Fort Worth). The show known as 'The Morning Rush' launched in September 2018, along with comic TV host Rudy Rush, replacing The Steve Harvey Morning Show. In May Rush transitioned over to sister station K-104 and joined the syndicated DeDe in the Morning show.

Jordan's Instagram post below simply features the two-finger peace sign three times.

Service Broadcasting Corporation's next move has not been announced. A move back to a syndicated morning show is likely. However the company's K-104 was once home to popular Dallas personalities Skip Murphy and Skip Cheatham. They do have a track record of developing strong local shows as is the case with DeDe in the Morning, which is now syndicated in a few markets across the country. So a new locally based morning show is not out of the question.

Meanwhile Claudia Jordan is guest hosting the FOX SOUL TV's Mike and Donny Show. The FOX owned channel is a streaming channel platform with a downloadable app based out of Los Angeles.

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