Original MTV VJ Martha Quinn has been hosting The Martha Quinn Show for iHeartMedia, broadcasting since January of this year. The show airs across more than 35 iHeartMedia stations, including the San Francisco, Seattle, Milwaukee, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis, St. markets.
The New York-born radio host brings her signature bubbly personality, along with her love and knowledge of all things music to her dedicated listeners every weekday.
''The Martha Quinn Show'' includes her daily touchstone features that fans have come to know. Her weekly segments include Martha’s Mixtape, Totally Awesome News, and Martha’s Wellness Shot. The show also showcases much of the music that she introduced to a generation of MTV viewers as an original VJ (video jockey) back in the 80's.
Martha Quinn explains “For over five years, I’ve been bowled over by the passion and support of our San Francisco listeners,” said Quinn. “And now I get to bond with music fans all across the country, what an honor! A million thanks to the awesome team at iHeartMedia.”
“Martha has such a genuine and uplifting personality and she constantly brings excitement and positivity to listeners,” said Tom Poleman, Chief Programming Officer and President of the National Programming Group for iHeartMedia.
“She has an unmatched ability to connect with her audience, not to mention an amazing playlist filled with the songs she helped make famous through the years. We know that listeners across the country will fall in love with Martha Quinn, just as audiences everywhere have for decades" according to iHeartMedia.
Before her iHeartMedia show debuted, Martha Quinn had made several television and movie appearances since working as a VJ for MTV including ''1988's Tapeheads; the 1989 film sequel Eddie and the Cruisers II: Eddie Lives!; 1991's Problem Child 2 as Emily, a hot date that received a shocking introduction from John Ritter's problematic son, Junior; and the 1992 low-budget horror film Bad Channels. She also had a recurring role on Full House. Quinn was featured in a series of commercials for Neutrogena in the mid-1990s'' according to Wikipedia.