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FLOW 93.5 wins awards
11/1/2004

 
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TORONTO - FLOW 93.5 talent took home some serious recognition this week at the Canadian Urban Music Awards.

The station "continues to produce some of the best talent Canada has to offer and this year's Canadian Urban Music Awards further solidifies that," says the company's press release.

Flow 93.5's morning show "The Morning Rush" featuring Mark Strong and Jemeni, won media personality of the year. "On behalf of myself and Mark Strong, I've got to say thank you to Flow for bringing us together, giving us a voice and for letting us be people on air as opposed to just personalities" said Jemeni after receiving the award.

Jemeni also took home a second award for the spoken word recording of the year. "As someone who's always seen the poetry within urban music, I'm humbled by my win but more than that I'm thrilled to see the kind of poetry that we are doing so accepted and embraced by the urban music community in Canada". The Morning Rush can be heard weekdays from 5:30 to 10 a.m.

"Congratulations also go out to DJ Starting From Scratch who for his third straight year wins DJ of The Year, further solidifying his stronghold as Canada's Top DJ . DJ Starting From Scratch can be heard live on Flow 93.5 weekdays from 12-1 p.m., 5- 6 p.m. and from 7:00-7:20 p.m.," notes the press release.

"These awards represent another giant leap forward for Flow 93.5," says program director Wayne Williams "Our staff have worked exceedingly hard to prepare a product that our listeners care about and want to listen to. They deserve all the credit in the world."
 
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