The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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The Steve Harvey Morning Show (radio program)
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Steve Harvey Morning Show logo
Genre Comedy, Talk, Urban Adult Contemporary, R&B/Classic Soul, Religious
Running time 4 hours (approximately)
Country of origin United States United States
Home station KJLH, Los Angeles
Syndicates Premiere Radio Networks
TV adaptations Steve Harvey Projects on Centric
Starring Steve Harvey
Shirley Strawberry
Carla Ferrell
Thomas Miles
Kier Spates
Created by Steve Harvey
Rushion McDonald
Produced by Daylyn von
Original release September 2000 – present
Opening theme Steve Harvey In The Morning performed by Dave Hollister
Website steveharvey.com

The Steve Harvey Morning Show is a radio program which is currently broadcast from Los Angeles. The nationally syndicated show features host Steve Harvey and a team of comedians and commentators.[1]

Broadcast history[edit]

Steve Harvey hosting his syndicated radio show in 2010.

The show was originally syndicated under Radio One, Inc. broadcasting company, from September 2000 until May 2005. Despite efforts to syndicate the show nationally, ultimately, it aired only in L.A., on KKBT, and in Dallas on KBFB, with Harvey splitting his time between the Dallas and L.A. studios. As a result, Harvey and Radio One decided to part ways shortly before his contract expired.

In September 2005, Harvey signed a joint syndication deal with Premiere Radio Networks and Inner City Broadcasting Corporation for a new incarnation of The Steve Harvey Morning Show. In March 2009, it was announced that The Steve Harvey Morning Show will be replacing The Tom Joyner Morning Show in Chicago on WVAZ, which was Tom Joyner's flagship station.

In February 2017, it was announced that the program would move to Los Angeles to accommodate Harvey's new Los Angeles-based talk show, which replaced one that was produced in Chicago).[2][3]

Show cities and affiliates[edit]

City Station Frequency Notes
New Orleans, Louisiana WYLD-FM FM 98.5
New York City, New York WBLS FM 107.5
Los Angeles, California KJLH FM 102.3
Lexington, Kentucky WBTF FM 107.9
Chicago, Illinois WVAZ FM 102.7
Dallas, Texas KRNB FM 105.7
Washington, D.C. WHUR FM 96.3
Mobile, Alabama WBLX FM 92.9
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania WDAS FM 105.3
Detroit, Michigan WMXD FM 92.3
Atlanta, Georgia WAMJ & WUMJ FM 107.5 & FM 97.5
Greensboro, North Carolina WQMG FM 97.1
Boston, Massachusetts WZBR AM 1410
Charlotte, North Carolina WBAV FM 101.9
Memphis, Tennessee WRBO FM 103.5
Tampa, Florida WBTP FM 95.7
Dolan Springs, Arizona KOAS FM 105.7
Tallahassee, Florida WWLD FM 102.3
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania WAMO FM 100.1
Albany, Georgia WMRZ FM 98.1
Norfolk, Virginia WVKL FM 95.7
Birmingham, Alabama WUHT FM 107.7
Montgomery, Alabama WWMG FM 97.1
Columbus, Georgia WAGH FM 101.3
Charleston, South Carolina WXST FM 99.7
Columbia, South Carolina WWDM FM 101.3
Fayetteville, North Carolina WMGU FM 106.9
Savannah, Georgia WQBT FM 94.1
Shreveport, Louisiana KDKS FM 102.1
Tyler, Texas KISX FM 107.3
Tuscaloosa, Alabama WTUG FM 92.9
Lake Charles, Louisiana KJMH FM 107.5
Macon, Georgia WLZN FM 92.3
Dothan, Alabama WBBK-FM FM 93.1
Brunswick, Georgia WBGA FM 96.3 & AM 1490
Rocky Mount, North Carolina WPWZ FM 95.5
New Bern, North Carolina WIKS FM 101.9
Florence, South Carolina WZTF FM 102.9
Champaign, Illinois WCZQ FM 105.5
Monroe, Louisiana KMVX FM 101.9 Drops Top-40/CHR Star 101.9 to Urban R&B and Classic Soul Mix 101.9 on March 3, 2013.
Richmond, Virginia WBTJ FM 106.5
Panama City, Florida WEBZ FM 99.3
Greenwood/Greenville, Mississippi WBAD FM 94.5
Nashville, Tennessee WUBT FM 101.1 Began in July 2007 for the new WUBT format
Jacksonville, Florida WSOL-FM FM 101.5
Hattiesburg, Mississippi WZLD FM 106.3
Austin, Texas K240EL FM 95.9 Began in July 2013 for the new 96.3 RNB
Toledo, Ohio WJUC FM 107.3
Buffalo, New York WBLK FM 93.7
Waco, Texas KWBT FM 94.5
West Palm Beach, Florida WMBX FM 102.3
Greenville, South Carolina WFBC-HD2 FM 96.3
Demopolis, Alabama WZNJ FM 106.5 Began in June 3, 2015, for their new Smooth R&B/Classic Oldies format

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Steve Harvey". Premiere Radio. 
  2. ^ "'Family Feud' moving production from Atlanta to Los Angeles". Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Retrieved 2017-09-06. 
  3. ^ "Steve Harvey moving radio show from Atlanta to Los Angeles". Atlanta Journal Constitution. Retrieved 2017-09-06. 

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