HITS 97.3 WEEKEND CREW

B-KNITE

South Florida native, B-Knite has family in the business and has known music would be a part of her career her whole life! Her Caribbean and South American roots contribute to her love of dancing, creativity, and free spirit! 
B-Knite has a hustler mentality, and knew she wanted to work in an environment where her personality could shine. So, she decided to major in Telecommunications at The University of Florida. (Go Gators!) As an undergraduate, she interned at local marketing agencies and was an On-Air Talent in Gainesville at two local radio stations. However, while she did spend countless hours at the campus library studying, B-Knite often could be spotted enjoying a fun night out with her girlies! 
Once she graduated, B-Knite decided to her talents back to Miami! She is currently hosting overnights and weekends on The New hits 97.3! When she is not on the air, you can catch her either brunching in Miami, couponing for a good bargain, completing a DIY from Pinterest, or binge-watching every show on TLC!
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CAT HALEY
Cat Haley is her name, but being allergic to cats is sadly the game. Cat Haley is your typical South Florida surfer girl! She grew up in Lighthouse Point, FL catching waves and living the nautical lifestyle! Sure, she’s a beach bum, but her quick-witted, quirky humor will have you in tears!  

Since an early age she knew she was born to entertain from winning childhood talent shows impersonating the Crocodile Hunter to playing the reporter for Wannado City in the Sawgrass Mills Mall. She went on to pursue this dream at the University of Florida where she learned the ropes from creating a college radio station, interning with Universal Music Group, The KVJ Morning Show, WCJB Channel 20 news, radio programming for 103.7 The Gator & more!  

She moved to Louisville, KY post college to be on the Ben Davis & Kelly Kelly K Morning Show on 99.7 WDJX. Now you can hear her on the New HITS 97.3 on the weekends, overnights and filling in whenever someone needs her to have their back. 

Cat Haley is not afraid to tell embarrassing stories on air, will give you sincere advice, but also will make you pee your pants from laughing! If you’re not laughing from her insane stories, then you probably are rewatching her TikToks dressed as Tiger King. She hopes that she can teach everyone around her to not take life so seriously.  

 
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DANNY DOE
Danny Doe was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador and raised in Hialeah, Fl. He started his radio career on one summer day in Miami back in 2013 as an associate producer/ On-air talent. 
A Miami Dade college graduate in journalism and mass communications and part of morning show that held ratings at number 1 in the Miami market once upon a time. Equally important, he held perfect attendance all through elementary school and once won a hot wings eating contest. 
Danny Doe enjoys walks on beaches that lead to overly crowded sidewalk restaurants that always seem to have happy hour going on. Also, seeing the looks on kids faces on Christmas day... except he is "kids". Also, he's obsessed with innovating new ways of creating amazing content that's absurdly useful and effective. 
He's currently holding down overnights and weekends on-air for Hits 97.3 as well as teaching what I do best at Miami Media School.
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DJ ANTONIO FRESCO
Antonio Fresco is an Afro-Latino of Dominican & Puerto Rican decent. He grew up in Baltimore, Maryland but is currently based out of Los Angeles and Miami, Florida. Fresco, whose real name is Miguel Antonio Matos, always had music in his veins, as he grew up in a musical family. His Puerto Rican mother grew up always singing, and even played the French Horn and Mellophone in college. His aunt is a classically trained musician and Broadway talent and his uncle is a saxophone player. Antonio’s uncle introduced him to the saxophone at the age of six, which would be his official introduction to music and other instruments that he previously was unfamiliar with. Unbeknownst to Antonio, his father also was a bassist and drummer… some talents are just passed down whether you are aware of them or not.
Throughout his elementary, middle and high schooling, Fresco always was apart of the school musical productions, whether is was marching band, concert band, or theater. During his senior year of high school at Western School of Technology & Environmental Science, he was selected to be drum major, which only set him up for his college school years at Morgan State University. There, he was a member of the Drum Line, known as “ HIT SQUAD” in the Morgan State University Magnificent Marching Machine. Between school band and going to constant parties, this is where Fresco found in love with the club scene, and decide that being a deejay going to be his next venture.
In 2002, Antonio purchased his first set of turn tables, and went into practicing his new found craft as a deejay as he had once done before with the drums. Going by “ M-Squared” , a play on his initials of his real name, he found himself deejay-ing college parties within months of him buying turntables. This led to him becoming apart of the hip hop show, “ Strictly Hip Hop” on Morgan State University’s radio, WEAA 88.9 FM. This proved to be just a launching pad for Fresco, as this led him to becoming apart of the On-Air staff at one of Washington D.C. leading stations radio stations, 93.9 WKYS in January of 2007.
In November of 2007, Antonio found himself relocating to Texas on Dallas-Ft. Worth’s biggest hip hop station, 97.9 The Beat, as a DJ & On Air Personality. With high ratings on all of his shows, and becoming a “ main stay” in the music community, Fresco was voted “ Best DJ” in 2013 and 2014 by a local publication, The Dallas Weekly. After 7 years of radio dominance, Antonio had much bigger plans. In June of 2014, Antonio took his vast music knowledge and talents to Los Angeles, California. This is where he would apply his vast music knowledge, and focus on producing his own music.
With time and growth, comes change, and one of those major changes came in February of 2015 when the name “ M-Squared” was retired. There was a desire to be more authentic and have a name that really connects with who he was becoming. And thus the name, “ ANTONIO FRESCO” came to be his new moniker. Antonio, his middle name, and the name Fresco (meaning “ fresh” in Spanish), speaks to his latin heritage, and his desire to want to bring something fresh to everything he does with his style, music, and entertainment as a whole.
2015 also marked the year that Antonio would start releasing music seriously as a deejay and music producer. His first song “ Blow It” , came about after joining up with producer Clayton William, and Billboard toping artist, Jonn Hart. In 2016, Fresco, self released his electro house track, “ Light It Up” , which marked his only official release of the year. In 2017, after working with singer and songwriter, Kennis Clark, on his EP, Antonio was featured on Kennis’ song, “ Bout Time, sparking momentum for a few other songs to be released in the same year. Having worked with fellow producer and songwriter, Devin O’Bannon on Kennis Clark’s project, Antonio joined forces with Devin to release “ After Party” in the Sumer of 2107. This would not be the last time, that O’Bannon would appear on one of Fresco’s songs, as the release of “ Lose Myself” followed in the late months of 2017, which featured vocals from O’Bannon and Wes Joseph.
Even though 2018 proved to be a quiet year musically for Antonio, it was one of his greatest years of personal growth. During this time, he took this time to perfect his sound, wanting to add more Latin and Caribbean elements to music, which is a salute to his AfroDominican and Afro-Puerto Rican heritage. Next Up… Miami, Florida! Fresco was able to be exposed to not only to the international hub that is Miami, but also reconnect with his roots by submerging himself with the local Latin and Caribbean culture that thrives there. This help propel the release of his song Rattlesnake with Patricia Possollo and Lorena J’zel, a song that is in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
In September of 2020, Fresco found himself back on the radio with an announcement that he would be joining Miami's HITS 97.3 as an On-Air Talent and Mixer. Now traveling back and forth between the Los Angeles and Miami, Antonio Fresco is poised to set the world ablaze with his sound and overall party vibes. Welcome to Frescoville!!
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