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Steph Lova Joins WPGC, Washington Morning Show

Thursday, July 28, 2016
Jul 28th 2016, 14:32, by radioinfo
Steph Lova Joins WPGC, Washington Morning Show.  The morning drive show on CBS RADIO's hip hop WPGC, Washington is the "Joe Clair Morning Show."  Effective August 15, Steph Lova returns to the air in wpgc logoWashington as a co-host of the program that also features news director Guy Lambert.   Lova got her start in radio on WPGC-AM "Flava 1580," went on to host the night show on Radio One's WKYS, and also worked in New York at both WQHT "HOT 97" and WWPR "Power 105.1."  Her television resume includes gigs at BET and MTV.  WPGC program director Steve Davis comments, "We are excited to have her back in the WPGC family.  Steph is no stranger to DC being a Howard graduate and working in DC for many years. Steph is the perfect fit with Joe."
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