Changes in The Fish Line-Up

The Fish Nashville announced that the Kevin & Taylor Morning Show will be heard from 7am to 10am throughout the Christmas music season before launching full-time into a five-hour morning drive slot in early January.

Vance Dillard, Program Director, says of the show, “When it comes to morning shows, it doesn’t get any better than Kevin and Taylor. I’m a fan!  Their Atlanta success is outstanding.  With the Fish Nashville, the Today’s Christian Music Network and national syndication, the audience growth potential is huge. We are excited about the possibilities and Salem’s commitment to quality talent and audience growth.”

During the Christmas season, long-time morning show co-host Doug Griffin will lead in with Doug and Friends from 5am to 7am weekdays while also anchoring middays (10am to 2pm) on The Fish.

Dillard adds, “Doug Griffin, who has anchored mornings for well over a decade, has tremendous equity with our audience, advertisers and affiliates.  We are fortunate to be able to transition him to our midday show. Doug will do very well in his new daypart.”

In January, the Kevin and Taylor Morning Show will expand to 5am to 10am on the Fish and will be syndicated from Nashville to the nationwide audience served by parent company Salem Media Group’s “Today’s Christian Music Network.”

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