It looks like the dust hasn't settled yet over at Hot 107-9 (WWHT). On the heels of Nicole Wilcox's exit to Florida last week, comes word that her morning show partner, Dakota, has left the building as well.
Hot 107-9 morning man Dakota is in need of a new co-host, and what better way to pick one than a contest. He's taking applications in the form of a picture and 100-word essay, and beginning Monday, March 25, sixteen finalists will be auditioned live on the air and eliminated until only one is left.
In a letter in this week's edition of the Syracuse New Times, Hot 107-9 morning man Dakota makes good on a prediction and thanks the paper for a recent award. Here's the letter... Congratulations! Your prediction that I would "piss someone off" in 2002 proved prophetic ("Psychics Predict," Dec. 26). On my first showof the […]
With Matt Johnson's move to Jackson Mississippi, part-timer Carson slides into the producer/sidekick roll on Dakota's morning show at Hot 107-9. Kathy Denman at the newsdesk rounds out the Hot morning crew. Thanks to volunteer Ashley Caster for helping to get this archive article republished.
The Syracuse New Times has released its fifth annual 'Best of Syracuse' reader poll. Winners in the radio categories include K-Rock (WKRH/WKRL) for best station, Dakota of Hot 107-9 (WWHT) for best local disc jockey, and best local morning show honors once again go to 93Q's (WNTQ) Ted Long and Amy Robbins.
Hot 107-9 morning man Dakota likes to have a good time in the morning.Whether it's an on-air prank at a local Wegmans or a live broadcastfrom a tattoo parlor, Dakota may be Syracuse's closest thing to the nationally syndicated 'The Howard Stern Show'.