May 4, 2021

Mo Quick Takes Over Middays at Hot 107.9 ATL

Atlanta native Umoja "Mo" Quick has been promoted to the Monday to Friday 10-3 midday slot at Hot 107.9 (WHTA-FM). She joined the station in February as an on-air personality and Local Content Producer on Reach Media's syndicated “The Morning Hustle.” The nationally syndicated morning show is based in Atlanta and broadcasts from the Hot 107.9 studios.

"I am super excited to be able to talk with Atlanta and the surrounding cities once again, on a solo show," said Quick. "I truly believe that being a native of Atlanta, a mom, a curator, a young business owner, in my late 20's; all of these different elements, truly gives me the versatility to shine in Middays. I am what Atlanta radio has been missing!"

"We're extremely excited for Mo Quick to take over Middays on HOT 107.9. She is a great talent, an influencer, and will give her listeners a true connection for growth and success," said Devin Steel, Program Director.

Mo Quick's previous on-air stops include Atlanta's Streetz 94.5 and Z107.9 Cleveland. She got her start in radio as an intern at Hot 107.9 while in college.

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