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WGTS-FM Welcomes Brandi Lanai to Washington DC


Brandi Lanai
Brandi Lanai

WGTS-FM (91.9) Washington, DC welcomes Brandi Lanai to the DC area for a live show. For the past seven years, she has voice-tracked the evening show on WGTS. Her primary post has been doing mornings on KSGN in the Riverside-San Bernardino market. Now she's making the move from California to DC to build a live show on WGTS.

"For almost 16 years of my life, I've been part of the KSGN family. So much of who I am is because of my time at KSGN. My time there has been amazing, and I'm going to miss it. But I'm so honored and excited to now join the team at WGTS 91.9. I've voice-tracked for WGTS for many years, but can't wait to serve the Nation's Capitol with this amazing group of people full-time. Watch out D.C. -- I'm coming," said Lanai.

Program Director Brennan Wimbish commented, "I am so excited Brandi is joining our team of talented communicators. It's an honor to continue serving our listeners in the DMV and beyond with this show, and Brandi's natural warmth and empathy will be a blessing to those who hear her."

General Manager Kevin Krueger added, "Our audience is looking for something in the evenings that will help them hit the reset button on the day. Washington, D.C., is a city of stress and loneliness. This freshly redesigned evening show will directly address both issues and require someone special to lead it. We are incredibly excited to take this big leap to something new and fresh with Brandi Lanai. Having Brandi on staff full-time to host and direct the new evening program is a significant step toward our goal of being live and present for our listeners 24/7 here in the Nation's Capital."

Lanai will lead a live, evening team in creating an interactive show to keep listeners company into the late-night hours. WGTS is currently seeking an on-air producer to join her.

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