Aberdeen, Md., September 30, 2013– Longtime Baltimore afternoon DJ “Stash,” formerly with 98 Rock, has found a new home on the KHZTV Radio Network and KHZTV.com airwaves.
Stephen G. Smith, known to listeners as “Stash,” will be hosting the popular entertainment station’s Monday through Friday morning radio program from 7-10 AM starting Wednesday, October 2.
“I am very excited about being back on the air and talking to my listeners in the Maryland area. We will be bringing exciting creative radio back to morning drive,” “Stash” explained.
With a new multimedia concept, KHZTV.com is a super simulcast of an internet TV channel and Maryland’s only statewide radio network. The KHZTV.com programming targets the 35 to 54 year old active adult audience with a high energy mix of 40 years of Top 40 tunes, music videos, hot new virals and entertainment news..a 2013 version of the original MTV.
“We are really excited to have Stash join the KHZTV family. There has been a big hole in the Baltimore area radio market since his departure from 98 Rock and we are looking forward to providing the people of Baltimore with an opportunity to hear him again,” Tracy Hart, General Manager of KHZTV Network, said.
KHZTV.com has the largest station reach in the Baltimore area with the KHZTV.com’s programming being simulcasted on 970 WAMD in Harford County, 810 WYRE in Anne Arundel and Baltimore Counties and 1460 WKHZ in Talbot County.
In addition to the three current stations KHZTV.com just added 1330 WJSS on Monday covering Baltimore County through New Castle County Delaware creating the largest radio reach in Maryland.
For more information about KHZTV visit their site at www.khztv.com.