Multimedia Personality Angela Stribling Brings New Level of "Midnight Love" to D.C. Area Radio Waves with Provocative Talk and Music Program
"Pillow Talk with Angela" airs Monday to Friday on 96.3 WHUR FM in Washington, D.C. and Sirius/XM HUR Voices Channel 141 with streaming online at WHUR.com
Jo-Carolyn Goode | 8/6/2015, 10:24 a.m.
Washington, DC -- Lovers of engaging Radio & Television host Angela Stribling now have reason to fall even deeper into adoration by way of her seductive new, late night, radio show "Pillow Talk with Angela Stribling". Providing luscious late night ear candy for discretionary sophisticates, "Pillow Talk" is an aural aphrodisiac of provocative relationship talk set to a sexy soundtrack of top shelf jazz, lounge and R&B. Twos way interactivity as the audience gets a chance to chime in with celebrities on hot topics via 1-877-844-2ANGELA; TWITTER @angelastribling; FB and Instagram #PillowTalkWithAngela.
A long in the works dream come true for the former BET Jazz and BET Screen Scene host, imaging voice of WHURs Original Quiet Storm, and successful jazz singer, "Pillow Talk" provides Stribling with a golden opportunity to massage all of her Midnights ready broadcast goodies in one irresistible package. While serving the very best in music, Stribling dishes on adult subject matters and concerns... and everything on trend! The show runs the gamut sex, dating, marriage, straight and gay relationships, fashion, health, travel, inspiration, finance etc.
"Pillow Talk with Angela Stribling" launched in March 2014 on WHUR 96.3 FM in Washington, D.C., now, airing weekdays from 12Midnight to 2AM (ET). #1 Rated "Pillow Talk With Angela" immediately follows the hit leads in "The Original Quiet Storm" with Jeff Brown. As hosted by longtime local favorite, "Pillow Talk with Angela Stribling" is bringing the sensuousness and the sultriness that "The DMV" has desired from late night radio for far too long.
Listen online at www.whur.com for the tasteful turn on of "Pillow Talk with Angela Stribling"... and sate your cravings!
About Angela Stribling
Angela Stribling is best remembered for her gorgeous, gracious presence on programs from the classic days of Black Entertainment Television (BET) four years on the entertainment news show Screen Scene and as the summer fill-in host for Donnie Simpson on Video Soul. These led to four years of pioneering jazz television on the BET Jazz channel co-hosting the nightly show Jazz Central with Chicago legends Ramsey Lewis and Lou Rawls, the TV newsmagazine BET Jazz Scene, and the rising stars talent program BET Jazz Discovery.
This Buffalo, New York native who is based in the Washington, D.C area is also a classically trained jazz singer with two jazz CDs to her credit Angela Stribling Live at the Blue Note and Tokyo Sundays. Singing jazz has taken Angela around the globe to China, France, Malaysia, Holland, Burma, South Africa, Singapore, Thailand and Italy. Ive learned so much not just musically but how different cultures are within regions of Europe and Asia... priceless lessons for an American. Stribling is also highly in demand as a celebrity event host and a successful commercial voice over talent working for top shelf clients from Mercedes-Benz to Time-Life.
Angela has humanitarian plans of her own to uplift the inner city of her Buffalo upbringing via a program she hopes to create in collaboration with that citys Colored Musicians Club (union) to bring much needed dollars to the ravaged community. "It looks like a war zone in certain areas," Angela laments. "I want to make a difference. Angelas work and celebrity have enabled her to meet, interview, sing to, share stages with and spend rarified quality time among some of the most iconic figures in the world today from Bill Clinton, Chaka Khan and Al Pacino to Stevie Wonder... and Nelson Mandela."
WHUR-FM 96.3 is a 24-hour, 16,500 watt HD radio station located in Washington, D.C. Owned by Howard University since its inception, WHUR has a competitive signal that reaches north of Baltimore, MD to the outskirts of Richmond, VA. As one of the few University-owned commercial radio stations in America, WHUR serves both Washingtons business and public communities.
WHUR 96.3 FM Howard University is Washingtons only stand-alone radio station and one of the few university-owned commercial radio stations in America, broadcasting since 1971 to nearly a half million listeners daily in five states and can now be heard around the globe on the web at www.whur.com. The first radio station in the Washington area to broadcast in HD, WHUR is the recipient of numerous awards, including the prestigious NAB Marconi for Best Urban Station of the Year and NAB Crystal Radio Award for Excellence in Community Service.
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