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July 1, 2022

DJ Bulletproof Promoted to Night Show On-Air Personality at 103.5 The Beat

iHeartMedia Miami’s 103.5 The Beat announced today that Keith “DJ Bulletproof” Springer has been named Assistant Program Director and Night Show Personality, effective July 1, 2022. DJ Bulletproof will host “Bulletproof Radio” and broadcast weekday nights from 7 p.m. to midnight, beginning July 5.

“Bulletproof Radio” will feature the latest hip-hop music and live, local, and relevant conversations about the black entertainment industry. Additionally, as the Assistant Program Director for 103.5 The Beat, Springer will assist in day-to-day programming operations. He will report to Abdul ‘DJ A-OH’ Hashem, Vice President Hip Hop and R&B Programming Strategy & 103.5 The Beat Miami Program Director,.

“I’m excited for my brother, DJ Bulletproof, as he takes on his new and well-deserved roles at 103.5 The Beat,” said Hashem. “Bulletproof joined me almost 10 years ago when we relaunched 103.5 The Beat and has truly worked his way up through the ranks. Bulletproof is 103.5 The Beat!”

“I’m humbled and grateful for the opportunity to help ‘DJ A-OH’ grow our Miami hip-hop brand,” said Springer. “I thank him for bringing me into the fold and being an outstanding team leader. I also want to thank the leadership team at iHeartMedia for believing in my talents and allowing me to bring my local show and energy to nights on 103.5 The Beat.”

“DJ Bulletproof’s promotion is long overdue and much deserved,” said Shari Gonzalez, iHeartMedia Miami Market President. “His connections and deep roots within the South Florida community and entertainment industry makes him an invaluable member of our team. We are very fortunate to have DJ Bulletproof as APD for us in addition to hosting, what I’m sure will be, the best hip hop night show in South Florida.”

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