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Susie Korgul Joins WOTW/Orlando as Morning Co-Host


Susie Korgul
Susie Korgul

JVC Media adds Susie Korgul to Country WOTW (103.1 The Wolf) in Orlando, beginning April 19. She joins current morning host Chad to form "The Morning Wolfpack," airing weekdays from 6-10am. Until last December, Korgul served as Music Director and midday host at crosstown Audacy Hot AC WOMX. Prior to WOMX, she worked at WBVD Melbourne FL, WAPE Jacksonville and with the syndicated "Mike Harvey Show."

"Over the years, I have been blessed to work with and learn from so many wonderful people in the radio industry. When the opportunity came to join 103.1 The Wolf, to tackle the challenges and feel the excitement of building a new morning show PLUS stay here in the city I love, it was an easy decision to say yes," said Korgul. "I can't thank PD Murph, Director of Programming Stevie DeMann, JVC Executive Shane Reeve, and JVC CEO/President John Caracciolo for putting their faith in me. Chad and I are ecstatic to introduce The Morning Wolfpack to Central Florida and give country music fans original, relatable, engaging, and fun morning radio."

WOTW PD Murph commented, "Susie is a veteran in the Orlando market, with amazing talent, who is also involved in many community initiatives. The dynamic between Chad and Susie is going to attach itself to the hearts of the audience and I'm looking forward to the very bright and winning future of The Morning Wolfpack with Chad and Susie."

JVC's Florida Director of Programming Stevie DeMann added, "I'm excited Susie is joining the JVC team. It is going to be fun to watch her lend her incredible wit, charitable heart, and relentless creativity to 103.1 The Wolf and the Orlando radio market. Wolf Country is going to love waking up to The Morning Wolfpack with Chad and Susie."

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