KZIA INC.’s Prime 40 KZIA (Z102.9)/CEDAR RAPIDS, IA is launching THOSE GIRLS IN THE AFTERNOON, pairing station veterans DESTINY and TAYLOR for one of many Hall’s first two-person afternoon radio reveals and the primary present anchored by two ladies in any daypart on the station. The present will air WEEKDAYS from 3p to 7p on KZIA, kzia.com and on good audio system and smartphones through the free Z102.9 app.
THOSE GIRLS IN THE AFTERNOON is an on-air reinvention of DESTINY and TAYLOR’s well-liked GIRL, CAN WE CHAT QUICK? podcast, which they’ve hosted since 2021. THOSE GIRLS pairs two music-loving, coffee-addicted, actuality show-bingeing mates not afraid to share with the world their adventures in studying to “Grownup.”
TAYLOR is an ANAMOSA native and a UNIVERSITY OF IOWA graduate who has been internet hosting afternoons on Z102.9 since 2021, is joined by DESTINY, a VINTON native and a KIRKWOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE graduate who beforehand hosted nights on the station.
DESTINY stated, “So, you’re saying I receives a commission to spend 4 hours day by day with my finest buddy and my favourite listeners? Is that this an APRIL FOOL’S DAY prank?”
TAYLOR commented, “We are able to’t each be paranoid, so I’ll simply be excited. After I began on the Z102.9 Avenue Workforce, I by no means anticipated to be on the air, not to mention attending to host a present day by day with a buddy. That is nice!”
KZIA Pres./CEO JULIE HEIN added, “We’re proud to see what number of of our staffers began at Z102.9 whereas in faculty, working underneath our tent on the Farmers Markets, then work their method as much as prime time airstaff!”
PD BRIAN DAVIS added, “My objective for our new afternoon present was to seek out hosts who’re contemporary, humorous and related. DESTINY and TAYLOR’s podcast is persistently hilarious, they usually have unimaginable pure chemistry, so placing them collectively was a nobrainer. It wasn’t our intention to create one of many few two-woman groups within the trade, however Z102.9 has at all times been a trailblazer, and I’m proud we’re persevering with that custom.”