Tiffanie Stanard continues to produce “Philly Speaks” with new host State Sen. Vincent Hughes
Tiffanie Stanard, CEO of Prestige Concepts, LLC, is proud to announce that she will continue to serve as the producer for Old School 100.3’s public affairs talk show “Philly Speaks,” which airs Sunday mornings from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM.
She produced the show with the late E. Steven Collins and is happy to continue working with the show as they welcome new host, Sen. Vincent Hughes. Stanard and Sen. Hughes, both friends and colleagues of E. Steven, plan to honor his memory by producing a great show with expert guests and hot topics pertaining to Philadelphia.
“There is a strong legacy I must uphold in this position,” Stanard said. “Philly Speaks” reaches out to a large majority of the Philadelphia community who look forward to an informed conversation about what’s happening nationally and locally. I am excited about the work we will do and evolving the show in great new ways by creating a space for the city to be part of a growing dialogue.
I am proud to have this opportunity to represent the legacy of E. Steve Collins by continuing to foster new ways to have this show serve the city at the intersection of culture, community, and global conversations in media.”
“Philly Speaks is an essential part of our programming at Old School 100.3. This show connects with our listeners in an interactive and powerful way. We address subject matter that affect our listeners by researching the facts and we would also invite the appropriate news maker on the show.
I am thankful and elated that we have recruited a great producer, Tiffanie Stanard, and a well renowned host in PA, Senator Vincent Hughes. These additions to Philly Speaks would make the late E. Steven Collins proud,” stated by Old School 100.3 Program Director, Elroy Smith.
Listeners in the Philadelphia tri-state area can listen at Old School 100.3 and can also be streamed on Black Planet Radio (search Old School 100.3). Follow Philly Speaks on Twitter @PhillySpeaks100 and Like Philly Speaks 100.3 on Facebook.
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