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CIRR (Proud FM 103.9)/Toronto Adds Elvis Duran to Mornings


Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Evanov Communications' CIRR-FM (Proud FM 103.9)/Toronto, ON, the world's first full-time LGBTQ+ commercial station since 2007, is adding "Elvis Duran and the Morning Show" to its weekday lineup. Launching October 5, the Premiere Networks-syndicated program will air weekdays from 6-10am ET. The addition marks the program's first Canadian affiliate and is a result of Premiere's partnership with Orbyt Media, a Canadian content syndication group.

"When first learning of the opportunity to share our show with Toronto and the world's Proud-FM fans, my heart skipped a beat," said Duran. "My husband, Alex, and I have been listening to Proud-FM for quite some time and have always been moved by its energy and spirit. Our show is a perfect fit for this most festive station. We can't wait."

"We are very excited about this stage in the evolution of Proud-FM," added Evanov Communications President and CEO Paul Evanov. "Along with a new look, the appointment of a dedicated Brand Manager Jaret Sereda, many programming elements and features have been added or refreshed. Chief among these is the addition of the world-class 'Elvis Duran and the Morning Show.' Proud-FM is the show's first Canadian affiliate, and we're confident it will resonate with our audience."

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