“The QuickSilva Show with Dominique Da Diva,” a long-running radio show in the D.C. region, has officially relocated for distribution and syndication.

The 20-year-old radio program can now be heard via Reach Media weekdays from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., EST in the following markets: WPHI-FM in Philadelphia; WKYS-FM in Washington, D.C.; WERQ-FM in Baltimore; WCKX-FM in Columbus, Ohio; and WIZF in Cincinnati.

For the past three years, the show, which aims to bring awareness to issues affecting the African American community, has made The Source magazine’s Power 30 list of top radio DJs in the country.

“I’ve had the opportunity to see this show grow tremendously,” said David Kantor, CEO of Reach Media and Radio One. “QuickSilva and Dominque Da Diva are two very strong radio talents who have an authentic connection to their audience and I am confident that the show will continue to be a huge draw for the listening audience. The beauty of this is that this show is one of few syndicated shows in the afternoon.”

Reach Media, which says it reaches nearly 90 percent of Black America, touts itself as a home for programs where trusted voices attract listeners and create an ideal environment for interaction with advertisers.

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