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Todd & Erin returning to radio, starting Monday

After eight months of radio silence, the Salt Lake City husband-and-wife broadcasting team of Todd & Erin is returning to the airwaves on Monday.

"I swear to GOD, my pregnancy with the twins was shorter than this deal!," Erin Collard joked on the team’s Facebook page Thursday evening, as she announced that she and her husband, Todd, will begin work Monday on the morning show on KYMV-FM — better known as Rewind 100.7.

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Todd & Erin will be on during the morning drive-time shift, 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., Monday through Friday, for the station, which is run by locally-owned Broadway Media.

The old morning host, Justin Taylor, is moving to evenings. (He’s also the program director, and Todd & Erin’s new boss.)

The new gig is the continuation of a 20-year radio relationship.

Todd Collard and Erin Fraser met in 1994, when she joined the team of Fisher and Todd at KISN 97.1. Collard and Fraser got married three years later.

The pair left KISN in 2001, and sat out a six-month non-compete period (not uncommon in the radio biz), before going to work for B-98.7 in 2002 — where they stayed 11 years, until they were unceremoniously dumped last July.

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