December 2, 2020

The Morning Culture with Big Tigger Adds Tyler Chronicles and Ms. Basketball on V-103

Entercom announced an expanded morning show team for V-103 (WVEE-FM) in Atlanta, effective immediately. The station welcomes the additions of Tylerchronicles and Christina “Ms. Basketball” Granville as co-hosts for “The Morning Culture with Big Tigger.” The trio will be heard weekdays from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. ET.

“Adding Tylerchronicles and Christina “Ms. Basketball” Granville will not only round out our widely popular morning program, but further establish V-103 as the people’s station throughout Atlanta,” said Rick Caffey, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Entercom Atlanta. “Both possess a unique talent for captivating and entertaining their audiences, and I look forward to introducing them to our listeners as part of their morning routines.”

“I used to sit in traffic and listen to V-103 in the morning. Now people are sitting in traffic listening to me on V-103 in the morning,” said Tylerchronicles. “This is a fantastic opportunity and I can’t wait for this next chapter of my career.”

Best known for his work as a stand-up comedian, Tylerchronicles launched his career smashing Open Mics and hosting events throughout the Atlanta area. He eventually began traveling as a professional comedian in various shows and universities all across the country, which led to his work at internet radio stations BeeHive Radio, and Be100radio. He also has television experience, including as a personality for WeTV on hit show “Bossip.” Shortly after, Tyler was recruited as a cast member and writer on MTV’s “Wild N’ Out.” “Wild N’ Out” and the success of his hit podcast show MoreThanCultr led to writing on several projects including the BET Hip Hop Awards, BET Awards, Social Media Awards, Michelle Obama’s “Vote or Miss Out,” and Turner Network’s upcoming 2021 game show “The Cube.”

“I am beyond thrilled and so blessed to be able to share my energy every weekday on ‘The Morning Culture,’” said Granville.

Since moving to Atlanta in 2013, athlete, actress and model Christina “Ms. Basketball” Granville has been featured in productions such as “Ride Along 2,” Tyler Perry’s “The Have & Have Nots,” and “Dating in Atlanta: The Movie,” and has also graced the runway for over 50 fashion shows. Granville has also worked all over the country hosting major events such as The Essence Festival, NCAA Final Four, NCAA Football Championship, and Black Enterprise Entrepreneurship Summit, among others.

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