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FAMILIAR VOICES RETURN TO 96.3 WHUR

96.3 WHUR is pleased to announce two familiar voices to the DMV are now making WHUR their new home. Prince George’s County, Maryland native Autumn Joi and radio legend John Monds are joining the WHUR family, rounding out the Radio Station ’s all-star team.

Joi takes over middays from 10am to 3pm Monday-Friday with her ratings winning “Live Squad Show.” Joi, fresh back from North Carolina, is no stranger to Washington radio having spent time at two other DC Radio Stations and also up the road in Baltimore. “I started my career in DC over 10 years ago and to be coming home to the top Radio Station in the market is literally a dream come true,” said Joi.

Additionally, WHUR welcomes back Monds as the new host of the “Original Quiet Storm” Monday-Friday 7:30pm to midnight. Monds’ triumphant return to WHUR marks his second stint at the Radio Station and will continue WHUR’s legacy of being the only live and local ballad driven R&B night show in the DMV. “I’m so excited to be back at WHUR and a part of the team to lead the ‘Quiet Storm’ back to its rightful #1 place,” said Monds.

WHUR Program Director Al Payne says, “Our core mission is to entertain and inform. The addition of Autumn and John to our already wildly popular stellar team of radio personalities, led by the award-winning “Steve Harvey Morning Show” from 6am to 10am, is guaranteed to keep the DMV engaged and in the know.”

WHUR stands on a long rich legacy of delivering broadcast excellence and we are elated to have John Monds and Autumn Joi with us as we begin to mark our 50th Anniversary,” said WHUR General Manager Sean Plater.

Both Autumn Joi and John Monds hit the air today.


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