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New radio show hits the Toledo airwaves

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

There's a new radio show on the Toledo airwaves and you may recognize the host.

You can hear Sheryl Underwood every afternoon from 3 to 7 on "The Juice FM."

The show originates from Juice studios in Toledo.

Sheryl will continue to host "The Talk" afternoon's at 2 on CBS.

"The Talk" airs live Monday through Thursday from Los Angeles.

However, Sheryl won't miss her daily Toledo radio gig because of satellite technology.

"The Talk" tapes live at 11 am. We finish at noon. Going to walk around the corner, go into my dressing room and get on the air with "Sheryl Underwood in the Afternoon,'" said radio host, Sheryl Underwood.

Right now, Sheryl's show only airs in Toledo but plans are in the works to syndicate it across the country.

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