Belinda Skelton’s Atlanta Living” Saturday’s 1p-3p on News/Talk WSB and an endorser of Marietta Plastic Surgery.
Belinda Skelton is the host of “Belinda Skelton’s Atlanta Living” Saturday’s 1p-3p on News/Talk WSB. Belinda is also a frequent guest host of Lawn and Garden and The Home Fix It Show. Belinda’s has been a familiar voice in Atlanta radio for nearly 20 years.
“I feel most at home in my own skin when the red light goes on. It’s my personal connection with the listeners. I loved screening calls on the Boortz show and i think that is why I love taking calls so much on my show Atlanta Living. I love to entertain and bring people into my home to cook and connect with them. I want the listeners to feel like they are right there with me and we are sitting around their kitchen table or riding in their car having this conversation and they can chime in at any point.”
– Belinda Skelton
The Atlanta Business Chronicle (2000) named Belinda the 2nd most popular female radio personality behind Vicki Locke. Atlanta Magazine honored Belinda as a recipient of the Women Making a Mark award for her contributions to the community.
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Co-host of Star 94.1’s “Jeff & Jenn Show” and an endorser of Marietta Plastic Surgery.
The Jeff & Jenn Show Airs
M-F 5:30 AM – 10:00 AM on Star 94.1!
Jenn Hobby is co-host of Star 94.1’s “Jeff & Jenn Show” and has worked on multiple Atlanta radio stations since 2000, including WBTS-FM, WWWQ-FM, and WKHX-FM. She earned a “Gracie” award for her work in radio and an Emmy for her work in TV at Georgia Public Broadcasting. Hobby is a graduate of Florida State University. Hobby is married to Grant Rivera, and they are raising their two daughters in Marietta. After their younger daughter beat cancer, Jenn and Grant have become advocates for childhood cancer research, raising over $157K to date through Reese’s MaGIC Fund at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.