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Entercom/Baltimore Mixes Up Middays with Dennis, Delgado


Maria Dennis & Corinna Delgado
Maria Dennis & Corinna Delgado

Entercom has announced a shift in programming in Baltimore. Former MIX 106.7 (WWMX-FM) midday host Maria Dennis will now host middays for Today's 101.9 (WLIF-FM). Subsequently, Corinna Delgado will join MIX 106.5 to host the midday show. Both on-air personalities will begin their new roles today.

"I've worked with Maria for over twenty years. She's a consummate professional and an amazing on-air talent. All of us are thrilled to have her in our Entercom family, and we are excited that she'll now bring her cheerful persona and enthusiasm to Today's 101.9," said Tracy Brandys, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Entercom Baltimore. "I'm equally excited to have Corinna Delgado, who is also already part of our Entercom family, join us to take over the midday shift at MIX 106.5."

"I've enjoyed spending the past 20 plus years of my life on the air at MIX," said Dennis. "I'm equally looking forward to this exciting new chapter of my life and to connecting with listeners on Today's 101.9."

Dennis, a well-seasoned radio veteran, joined MIX 106.5 in 1997 as an on-air personality. Prior to joining MIX 106.5, Maria worked at radio stations in her home town of Providence, RI, as well as Orlando, Boston and New Hampshire.

"I am excited for the opportunity to continue working with Entercom and to get to know MIX listeners," said Delgado.

Delgado, who will continue to host "The Morning Drive" weekday mornings on Entercom's 94.7 The Drive (WIAD-FM) in Washington D.C., joined Entercom at the beginning of June. Prior to joining Entercom, she served as an on-air host for WRQX in Washington D.C. and KRBE in Houston.

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