DeDe McGuire, the hardest working woman in radio. A trailblazer and industry leader who has been entertaining radio audiences for years.
Entertaining, empowering, and enlightening are just a few words that describe the powerhouse media mogul. This talented and award winning personality is one of only a few women nationwide to have her own morning show. After co-hosting the nationally syndicated radio program “The Doug Banks Show”, DeDe now hosts her own nationally syndicated radio show, “DeDe in the Morning”, heard weekday mornings on KKDA/K104 Dallas, Texas.
Since 2011, DeDe has been the host of "DeDe in the Morning" on K104FM (Dallas, TX). The show is on air Monday through Friday from 6AM until 10AM. Along with co-host Lady Jade and comedian Mike Shawn, the morning show has consistently been a top ratings fixture in the Dallas/Ft. Worth radio market.
Like many morning shows, it’s a mix of the silly and the serious, with discussions ranging from news topics, hip-hop culture, and community events, to comedy bits like the “Mad Minute,” in which listeners prank-call friends and relatives, stirring them up into bleeped-out freenzies.
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DeDe McGuire recently launched her non-profit organization, The Dede McGuire Foundation. DeDe has always supported non-profits that inspired and empowered women for success. One thing that DeDe noticed was that alot of women, especially in underserved communities, could not afford to continue or pursue a higher level of education.
The DeDe McGuire Foundation creates stronger families and communities by strengthening the role of women and mothers by offering scholarships to women whose higher education was interrupted or derailed because of family, personal obligations or financial distress.
The Foundation’s primary goal is to assist low-income women and mothers furthering their education with financial means. The DeDe McGuire Foundation helps women with a second chance to obtain a vocational, collegiate or university degree.
Video courtesy of WFAA - Dallas, Texas