Morning Energy

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  • Friday

    4:00 am - 6:00 am

    A blend of bluesy/jazzy instrumentals and Reggae, Modern Soul, Bluesy Rock, Country and Modern Pop.

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The “See Something, Say Something” slogan was birth into a national safety campaign after the terrorist attacks of 911. The “If You See Something, Say Something®” campaign was originally implemented and trademarked by the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Presently it is licensed to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the purpose of creating a nationwide campaign to encourage people to remain vigilant and recognize when threats may be present.

The “See Something, Say Something” slogan has also been used to reference other potential nefarious acts, such as personal indiscretions.

Wendy Williams, a popular TV host how has been dishing out celebrity gossips for years in a segment of her television program known as “Hot Topics”. However, she became the “Hot Topic” of discussion on her own show as it relates to her estranged husband Kevin Hunter who had a child with another woman. Hunter, who allegedly carried on a decade-long affair with his lover, is believed to have met her through one of Wendy’s former co-host on radio program that she previously hosted. During an interview that Wendy Williams had with Sway Calloway (on a show he hosts called “Sway In The Morning”), Wendy said that since departing from her estranged husband, she has  “I made new friends and of course kicked to the curb, a lot of old friends … See something say something, OK, bye,” she stated.

Join me Renna, your Radio Flayme Friday from 4 to 6 a.m. for another musical journey. I am definitely looking forward to spending time with you on the airwaves and sharing your energy!!!

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I found out about WMNF through an outreach table that was set up at Sweet Water Organic Farm during my first visit there about 5 years ago.

I had never really heard much about community radio stations at that time and became extremely intrigue as to why a radio station would have an interest in attending and/or hosting events in the community.

As I began to learn more from the Volunteer Coordinator at that time, I decided that the station would be a great fit for me in light of my background in communications and my ongoing interest in helping others.

One of my first volunteer assignments at WMNF was community outreach. I thought what better way to reach out to the community than in the same manner that I felt WMNF had reached out to me. After about a year of doing out reach service, I decided to try my hands at voicing promos/drops since I still had a passion for the arts. I also began helping out during the marathons.

Consequently, while volunteering during one of the marathons, I was asked by a former host to consider being one of their co-host because he liked my personality and the sound of my voice. I had never done formal radio work before, although I DID have a communication degree, however, my interest while attending college at that time was more towards television than radio. Nonetheless, I agreed. In addition to being a co-host on that show (The Damn Jams )(Hip-Hop) , other shows that I have co-hosted on while volunteering at WMNF are: Thee Righteous Temple of Hip Hop (Christian Hip Hop), The Early Bird Wake Up Show (Country), Blues With A Groove (Blues ), Mellow Music Encounters ( R& B and Blues) and Kingston 12 (Reggae). However, In February 2014,

I was thankfully given the opportunity to host and produce my own show.... MORNING ENERGY..... and it has truly been an AMAZING experience and journey for which I will always be thankful for!!!