Philadelphia’s 105.3 WDAS adds The Sweat Hotel to late night programming line-up
105.3 WDAS, Philly's Adult Mix: R&B, Classic Soul, announced today that The Sweat Hotel will join its programming line-up, effective immediately. Listeners will now hear Keith Sweat's trademark blend of love talk and R&B slow jams weekdays and Saturdays from midnight to 5:00 a.m. ET.
The Sweat Hotel is the No. 1 Urban Adult Contemporary (AC) evening radio show in the U.S. (Source: Arbitron, SP'12, Nationwide, Exact Times, AQH, P 12+).
The show is nationally syndicated by Premiere Networks on more than 50 stations and features special guests, live in-studio musical performances as well as listener confessions, apologies and dedications. Local Philadelphia listeners will also have a chance to see Sweat perform live at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, Pa. on August 18.
"105.3 is the ultimate destination for fans of R&B and soul music in Philadelphia, so I truly feel blessed to be a part of its lineup," said Sweat. "I can't wait to welcome Philly to The Sweat Hotel!"
"Keith Sweat is a big name and we are excited to have him join the 105.3 WDAS family," said Ken Johnson, Director of Urban Programming, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Philadelphia. "The Sweat Hotel is a great addition to our programming line-up and we know listeners will enjoy Keith's blend of talk and music."
Fans can listen to 105.3 WDAS on the station's website, www.wdasfm.com, as well as on iHeartRadio.com and the iHeartRadio mobile app, Clear Channel's best-in-class customizable digital listening service, that delivers everything listeners want in one free, fully-integrated service: instant access to more than 1,000 of the nation's most popular live broadcast and digital-only radio stations from 150 cities, plus user-created Custom Stations inspired by favorite artists and songs.
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