NASH FM 93-1 Detroit adding local midday show in May
Cumulus Media/Detroit Country WDRQ-FM (NASH FM 93.1) has announced that Lauren Crocker will take over the station's midday slot (10 a.m. - 3 p.m.) starting May 19th. The program will be hosted locally from Cumulus/Detroit's studios in the Fisher Building.
Crocker is currently the midday host and Music Director at Hot Adult Contemporary WWZY Monmouth-Ocean NJ and the move to Detroit will reunite her with recently hired NASH 93-1 Program Director and afternoon drive host Robby Bridges - for whom she did mornings when he programmed Adult Contemporary WFAS Westchester, NY. Her previous experience also includes CHR WBBO on the Jersey Shore and WKTU/New York.
In a release Crocker stated, "I am beyond excited and honored to be back in the Cumulus family and reunited with the extremely talented Robby Bridges! Joining a power house like NASH FM 93.1 at this stage in my career is a dream come true and I am still pinching myself! I am ready to make the Motor City, my city!"
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