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WABC Announces New Morning and Afternoon Programming


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WABC/New York has announced two new programs that began this week. Both programs will be simulcast on WLIR/Long Island. Curtis Sliwa will now host the new "The Curtis Sliwa Show," remaining in his current 12pm timeslot, bringing New Yorkers news updates, talk and entertainment for the midday hours. During the 5am hour, Juliet Huddy and Frank Morano will host the new, "77 WABC Early News," featuring local news updates with Deb Valentine, traffic on the 7's, sports with Sid Rosenberg, Business Reports and travel, airline & weather reports.

Red Apple Media CEO John Catsimatidis commented, "Juliet Huddy and Frank Morano will combine their decades of radio experience for the all-new '77 WABC Early News' bringing the Tri-State area all they need-to-know to start their mornings right. Huddy and Morano are two well-respected radio powerhouses. We could not be more excited to put them together for a jam-packed hour of news, traffic, sports, businesses, and much more."

He added, "Curtis Sliwa needs no introduction. He is an outspoken advocate for the Tri-State area and its millions of residents. Curtis will keep bringing his one-of-a-kind perspective to our loyal listeners during the midday hours."

Red Apple Media President Chad Lopez said, "Juliet Huddy and Frank Morano are two of the finest in the business. Their broadcasts have earned a reputation for giving New Yorkers the news they need when they need it. Bringing them together on the airwaves is an asset to 77 WABC. The 77 WABC Early News will be a must-listen for New Yorkers, bringing two unmistakable personalities in one hour.

"We are excited for Curtis to continue his success in the 12 p.m. hour, telling it how he sees it, in a way that only Sliwa can," added Lopez.

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