April 6, 2020

DeDe in the Morning List of Stations Grows, Adds Five New Markets

DeDe in the Morning adds five new markets, bringing laughter and comfort to an expanding lineup of 40 stations. New DeDe in the Morning affiliates are: WGLZ Rochester NY  -- 105.5 The Beat  --  Bluelight Communications; KFXZ FM Lafayette LA -- Z105.9  -- Delta Media: KJMP AM  Ft Collins CO  -- Jump 104.5  --  Mid Century Radio; KJMZ FM Woodward OK  -- 97.9 JAMZ--  Mollman Media; and KKST FM Alexandria LA  -- KISS 98.7 --   Cenla Broadcasting

Head of Content Geo Cook comments, "In these challenging times, we all need to laugh right now. Our team is committed to helping DeDe fans and affiliates know the facts about Coronavirus, while encouraging them to focus less on their fears and focus more on their families, staying safe and having fun with DeDe at-home."

DeDe states, "Our show is a family. We share our laughs and reveal our personal stories about how we are coping with this pandemic and the new normal it's creating in our lives. We are all in this together. Connecting to family, friends and community is more important than ever."

DeDe in the Morning is distributed nationally via a partnership between K104 in Dallas and Compass Media Networks. The morning show now boasts 40  affiliates with station groups including Connoisseur, Cumulus, Saga, Core Communicators, El Dorado, Southern Stone and many more.

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