Sunday, August 2, 2015

Jonesy back on Philly airwaves

In July, Jonesy told us she hoped to bring her "Miss Jones in the Morning Show" back to Philadelphia within six months, and now she has. 100.3 The Beat is expected to announce at 5 tonight that it will syndicate her Hot

Jonesy back on Philly airwaves

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In July, Jonesy told us she hoped to bring her "Miss Jones in the Morning Show" back to Philadelphia within six months, and now she has. 100.3 The Beat is expected to announce at 5 tonight that it will syndicate her Hot 97 FM show from New York beginning a week from today. Jonesy (aka Tarsha Jones) kept listeners entertained and kept management at the Beat, then at 103.9 FM, busy with legal matters during her nearly two years at the station between 2002 to 2004. The Beat is the first station to syndicate her popular show in what we hear is a multiyear, seven-figure deal for the controversial hip-hop honey who recently issued a memoir, "Have You Met Miss Jones?" (Ballantine, $21.95). When Jonesy's show arrives, Laiya & Pooch, who now host mornings, will move to other shifts with Laiya in middays and Pooch teaming up with Touchtone in the evening.

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