Elvis Duran and The Morning Show is the number one show on New York radio among adults 18-34 and women 18-34 (Source: Arbitron, PPM). Airing weekdays from 6-10 a.m., the show is a great way to start the day with Duran, his on-air crew and listeners talking about what's really on their minds. The conversations alternate with radio station play lists to create an entertaining program unlike any other.
Nationally syndicated by Premiere Networks, Duran's radio career has spanned 30 years and has included both host and program director duties at Philadelphia's WIOQ and Austin's KBTS, as well as stints at Z-93 in Atlanta and KRBE Houston. Duran began hosting his daily radio program on New York’s Z100 in April of 1996, and since then the show has enjoyed much success, including syndication on stations such as Y100/WHYI-FM in Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, Q102/WIOQ-FM in Philadelphia, 96.5 KISS FM/WAKS-FM in Cleveland, 100.7/WMTX-FM/Tampa Bay and 105.7 The Groove/WWVA-FM in Atlanta. In March 2009, Premiere Networks added Elvis Duran and The Morning Show to its blue-ribbon lineup of nationally syndicated radio programs.
The radio industry has honored Duran and his program with several awards and nominations, including: “Best Morning Show” by New York's Achievement in Radio Awards, “Personality of the Year” by the Radio Music Awards, “Best Personality” by Radio & Records, “Best Top 40 Disc Jockey” nomination by Billboard Magazine Radio, and “Best Major Market Top 40 Air Personality” by the Billboard/Airplay Monitor. For more information, or to hear the show, visit www.ElvisDuran.com.