“DNA Show” adds Kyndal Hawkins.


“The DNA Show” is excited to announce Kyndal Hawkins will join the show as producer. Kyndal will be assisting current hosts Aaron Dicer and Deneé Hughes in the production, execution, and delivery of the internationally syndicated show currently heard on over 70 signals across the US and Canada. Kyndal has previous experiences both on-air and in production on Springfield Missouri’s KADI.

“Working with Aaron and Deneé has been such a natural fit and I’m so excited to be a part of this growing show! I look forward to being a more intricate part of the content coming out of “Studio DNA.”, says Kyndal, “We are all very passionate about delivering encouraging and entertaining content to stations that offers the listener deeper connections with others and with God.”

Deneé adds “We could not be more excited to welcome the next team member to our studio! Kyndal is innovative, hard-working, and shares our passion for providing authentic, fun, and encouraging content. She’s a perfect fit for the show and we are thrilled she said yes!”

To find out more about “The DNA Show”, which is available for any day-part, you can visit “www.dna.show”, request a custom demo, or contact Studio DNA at info@dna.show.

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