Sheryl, and her on-air crew, launched Sheryl Underwood in the Afternoon, airing during drive time, 3p -7p ET on The Juice 107.3 (Toledo, Ohio). The show debuted to phenomenal reviews, with the online audience breaking significant tracking records, causing the website to crash. Officials say they’ve never seen this kind of response to programming. With the success of the on-air debut of Sheryl Underwood in the Afternoon the show was renamed Sheryl Underwood Radio and a multi-year deal was inked. The Executive Producer for the show is radio industry veteran Vic Frost.
Sheryl Underwood Radio is an all-access pass to entertaining and enlightening conversations covering relationships, entertainment, sports and hot topics. The show’s debut kicked off with interviews with celebrities Marques Houston, Ron Isley, T-Pain and K Michelle. Show officials say lots exciting interviews are to come. Sheryl Underwood Radio now has a dedicated phone line, 855-Sheryl-1, which gives people all over the country the opportunity to interact with the show. The dedicated line is part of a multi-faceted strategy for allowing listeners to engage with the show.
Sheryl Underwood Radio is Sheryl Underwood, Kyle Erby, Harry Southerland, James Kelley, Courtney Black and Executive Producer Vic Frost. Industry veterans, Tyrone Dubose, is a contributor to the show.
Sheryl Underwood Radio (airing five days a week), also offers Late Night Cup Caking (Slow Jams and Dedications); Spiritual Nourishment – The Best Bible Study on Radio (Gospel), Auntie Sheryl’s House Party (Hip Hop, Funk, Jazz, Blues, R&B), and The World According To Sheryl, the podcast of all Sheryl Underwood Radio produced content, all under the SUR banner.
Sheryl Underwood Radio is the vision of its namesake, Sheryl Underwood, a highly visible television personality, radio host, entertainer, businesswoman and philanthropist.
Sheryl, an Emmy-award winner for her role as co-host of THE TALK on CBS television, is viewed daily by nearly 3 million daytime viewers. With Sheryl at the table, the show garnered its first six Emmy nominations and a subsequent win for “Best Daytime Talk Show.”
She is CEO of Pack Rat Productions, Inc, a media and entertainment company; Founder and CEO of Pack Rat Foundation For Education, a California 501c3 organization focused on initiatives that support Historically Black Colleges and Universities and she is the 23rd International President of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., a national Greek-letter organization that has a membership of over 100,000 engaged women.