DJ Boogie, a native of New York, is an on-air personality, DJ and Program Director for WAMO100. Boogie is a seasoned professional, a talented on-air personality and an individual who has a complete understanding of the music industry and how it works.
For the past seven years, Ki Ki worked as a full-time radio personality for 92Q Jams in Baltimore, MD and part time for 93.9 WKYS in Washington, DC (Radio One, Inc.) as well as a part-time, fill-in for Cumulus station, Radio 103.9 in New York City. She also extended her talents as traffic anchor for the Total Traffic and Weather Network in Silver Springs, MD; reporting for stations affiliated with iHeart Media and CBS Radio.
Portia Fox knew at a young age that music would play a major role in her life. Calling the East End of Pittsburgh, Pa her home, exposed her to all types of local and underground hip hop artist and all genres of music such as rock, alternative and jazz.
Brother Marlon is the host of Morning Inspiration on WAMO100, in Pittsburgh, PA. And the Host of iPraise a Nationally Syndicated radio show heard on the Sheridan Gospel Network. He is a husband, father, and ordained Minister. He has been in radio for over 20 years in radio beginning back in 1992 on WXJX, the college radio station for Washington & Jefferson College.
In 1992, popular music culture was forever changed when two brothers from Bakersfield, CA joined Power 106 in Los Angeles. The most authoritative show on the radio, The Baka Boyz radio program, “Friday Night Flavas”, contributed to the rise of hip hop in Los Angeles, bringing it from depths…
Terrence “Kode Wred” Oxendine is extremely passionate about music and the business of radio. A club DJ since ’86, he caught the radio bug in ’96 when fellow on air personality Tee Jay took him on a tour of the radio station meeting the greats along the way.
Born and raised in Pittsburgh,PA, Mike Dean grew up as a only child in a single parent home. He attended Perry Traditional Academy in Pittsburgh. During this time Mike Dean started noticing his passion for music and the music business as a whole. He spent his college years at Edinboro University of PA.