DETROIT -

Radio station morning show personality Trudi Daniels will be making the switch to Metro-Detroit's WCSX-FM. The Sandusky, Ohio native, formerly known for her news show on 101 WRIF-FM, will be join Ken "K.C." Calvert as a co-host of the show this upcoming Monday.

"The WCSX air staff is a collection of outstanding on-air personalities from Detroit Rock Radio history. Trudi is an outstanding talent and the perfect choice to co-host the morning show with Ken Calvert. We are thrilled she will continue to remain a part of the Greater Media Detroit family," said Steve Chessare, market manager of Greater Media Detroit.

Daniels has previously been known for her radio show roles on WZOU-FM in Boston, KSEG-FM in Sacramento, WLVQ-FM in Columbus and WIOT-FM in Toledo, Ohio, as well as being a host on 101 WRIF-FM for the past 22 years.

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Published On: May 16 2013 10:45:12 AM EDT

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