Comedian D.L. Hughley ends his radio show

Comedian D.L. Hughley decided to end his U.S. radio show, after sueing last year the network bosses over a pay dispute.

D.L. Hughley's radio show premiered on July 20, 2009, on New York's WRKS, 98.7 KISS-FM, but after being on air almost six months he engaged in a pay dispute with the radio show's owners.

So, in January 2010 the comedian sued URBan Radio, the syndication company which owns the D.L. Hughley radio show, for $359,000.

D.L. Hughley partnered for this law suit with Emmis Broadcasting, WRKS's parent company, but URBan Radio countersuit against Emmis, considering that Emmis was responsible for paying the well-known comedian and actor.

D.L. Hughley continued his morning show despite the conflict, but at the end of July he handed in his two-week notice and step down from the job.

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