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List Of Triple J Presenters - Past Presenters (1994 Onwards)
... Net 50 (2003-2005) The Chat Room (2003-2004) 2009 Marieke Hardy Breakfast Show (2008-2009) 2009 Robbie Buck Breakfast Show (2008-2009) Drive/Top Shelf Radio (2006-2007) Weekend ...
Sonny Fox (XM Radio)
... After 3 years with WYSP, Sonny opted to change directions and moved to Miami to work in morning radio there ... He created radio's first syndicated stand up comedy show, The Comedy Hour ... The show featured back-to-back routines from the top comics of the day such as Bill Cosby, George Carlin, and Lenny Bruce ...
Brighton High School (Rochester, New York) - The Arts
... are a favorite group of students at the school, and their annual show, "Pitch Black", is a highly anticipated event each year ... In 1991, "The Morning Show" was created at BHS by producers Bennett Killmer and Joe Nussbaum, with the help of teacher, Richard Tschorke ... The show originally only had a few small cameras ...
Malikha Mallette
... After "The Ed Lover" morning show ended, Malikha got promoted to the morning show in December 2009, while the newly hired DJ Envy replaced her in the afternoons ... DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God began hosting the morning show on Power 105 as The Breakfast Club ...
Say Anything (blog) - Radio Show
2008 Rob Port began broadcasting the Say Anything Show on WZFG (AM1100), a radio station in the Fargo/Moorhead area ... The show airs Monday - Friday evenings from 800 pm – 900 pm Central time ... On Monday, April 12, Port also began hosting a morning drive-time version of the program, the "Say Anything Morning Show" airing on AM1100 Monday - Friday mornings from 600 am – 800 am ...

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