Hudson Added to Mornings at 94.9 KLTY


Dallas/Fort Worth’s 94.9 KLTY is moving John Hudson to mornings alongside veterans Frank Reed & Starlene Stringer and DFW traffic icon Gail Lightfoot beginning Monday, January 30th.

KLTY Program Director Mike Prendergast says “Hudson’s energy and creativity will blend nicely with the venerable talents of Frank, Starlene & Gail. The future of the show is bright!” Morning host Frank Reed says “Hudson is our rising star! His passion, energy, imaging and production skills will be a welcome addition to the Family Friendly Morning Show.”

Hudson has been with Salem Media Group nearly 18 years and has been a fixture behind the scenes and on-air. He has been KLTY Production Director since 2008 and Imaging Director since 2011 as well as fill-in swing shift for mornings, mid-days and afternoons. He’s also hosted the syndicated New Music Café show since ’06. Hudson has two years afternoon drive experience in south Florida along with a current voice of middays on Fish Little Rock, 93.3 KKSP.

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