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February 3, 2010 by USA Post 

Rovers Morning Glory,Duji,Rovers Morning Glory Duji,Wmms,Rover Radio | is the history of technology, and invention is the first in the media and technology, but it is a common and popular today as they were in previous days. SIP morning glory is an organized and collective talk radio program. This program is to talk, hosted by 30-year-old Shane “Rover” French. SIP morning glory is a live broadcast airs 6 to 11, Monday through Friday.

SIP is the distribution of morning glory and encrypt messages broadcast by the channel. It’s a combination of dialogue and debate on popular culture and the existing or events that took place recently on showbiz and celebrities, as well as to the interpretation of the targeted community in watching the boys. This current program is broadcast from the city of Cleveland, Ohio, on 100.7 WMMS.

Was first broadcast on September 21, 1996, birthday 21st. Now the “Rover Morning Glory” side by side with French host Shin Rover widely loved and heard in all parts of the region. According to a statement Rovers, he was not serious in this work in radio, and made a fake resume and on previous experience. He had no idea that this radio program will be the only reason for his fame.

SIP is commonly assumed to be more balanced and composed the group, and often try to speak about a year and heavier topics such as politics and war in the exhibition. Another interesting thing is that in the end of the presentation and the question is asked about something that happened or was said by the host or some of the guests, during the broadcast that day. A gift given to a student who comes in first place with a call to the correct answer to this question. This is an interesting, and the famous radio program.

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