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WWW.jusbluesradio.com 

 

The Jus’ Blues Music Foundation, Inc. (JBMF) will be hosting their 17th annual summer event spectacular - the 2017 Jus` Blues Music Awards Conference Week August 2nd through August 5th. We look forward to continuing our celebration of the legacy of the Blues down in the Delta at the Horseshoe Casino Hotel Resort in Tunica, MS for 4 remarkable days of festivities.
 
Wednesday, August 2nd will kick-off our celebration with the President's Honoree VIP Reception to welcome the JBMF 2017 Class of Living Legend Honorees. The evening of Thursday, August 3rd is the Jus` Blues Music Awards, “Night of the Living Legends.”  This spectacular formal banquet style event features great performances and entertainment tributes celebrating the achievements of internationally accomplished musicians, artists and industry professionals who have made an indelible mark in the history of Blues and Soul music.

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http://www.bluestimeinthecity.com/

BLUESTIME IN THE CITY

“The world is hungry for the blues and doesn’t know it”

That’s a quote from famed blues artist Willie Dixon, who knows exactly what he’s talking about. What is the blues? How does one get the blues? Is it a feeling, a mood, an idea or a state of mind? Well, no one has successfully answered these questions, or the many others surrounding the blues, although many attempts have been made. One thing is certain: Blues music is alive and well and is experiencing a phenomenal resurgence.

BLUESTIME IN THE CITY is a unique type of program. It presents the best in Traditional and Contemporary blues, and Southern Soul, but not in the usual manner. It’s lively, exciting, fast paced; lots of action for a blues show. That’s almost unheard of…….It’s definitely not your grand-fathers’ blues show.

BLUESTIME IN THE CITY is a top-rated program that features the very best of the blues genre’s artists and music. Fast-paced and upbeat, BTIC is an experience that thrills the audience every weekend with traditional, soul, party and contemporary blues. Hosted by multi-emmy award winning Television Producer Rojene Bailey, the blues are presented in a style that smoothly blends entertainment and the latest news from the world of the blues.

http://www.hearmobile.net/

THe Midday Groove

In your car, home or office - tune into The Midday Groove 
                and roll with Karl, for the best and latest in Smooth Jazz, that features familiar 
                tunes, jazz standards, and vocals by many southern-based Jazz artists along with many
                other artists of this musical idiom.

Mon - Wed - Fri 10:00 AM TO 1:00 PM (Central Std. Time)

hosted by ​DJ Karl Hill
 Click this link to listen to some Talk Radio stations

The Blues Buffet Radio Show 02-11-2017

https://www.facebook.com/The-Boogie-Report

We are dedicated to the preservation of the original true american musical art form"The Blues" Specializing in Southern Soul Blues Music

In case you haven't seen it - a documentary about community radio by Mikal Shapiro!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvYL_-uB3Sw&feature=youtu.be

youtube.com
Spot on the Dial is part of the celebration of 30 years on the air for KKFI 90.1FM. There is so much more to tell, and we are collecting stories…

http://www.dr-love.com/

An exciting feature of the WRFG-FM’s World Party program involved Mr. Davis conducting live remote broadcasts around the  world from such places as Ireland, Europe, Central America, South America, The Caribbean, Africa and other locations.

Following a decade at the helm of WRFG – Tom Davis went on to pioneer in the internet radio realm by establishing Love Internet Radio in 1997 – www.dr-love.com.  One of the first internet radio stations in the Southeast region.  In addition to internet casting radio formats covering hip hop / R&B / Gospel /  Blues/ Jazz and other genres – Love Radio coordinates talent / sound and marketing for some of the largest outdoor festival events in the region   These events include  Sweet Auburn Spring Fest, Reynoldstown, Festival, Cascade Festival, and the Great Atlanta Blues & Music Fest and The Union City Fall Festival.  Tom also taught at Columbia & Conneticut Schools of Broadcasting.

http://www.atlwebradio.com/

Atlwebradio.com began as Nworcsradio.com in September of 2001. Atlwebradio has been visited by over 17 million people on over 150 countries worldwide. For over 16 years, Atlwebradio has focused on developing independent artist online via airplay and interviews, website placement, listener polls, internet radio distribution, consultation for copyright, publishing, spin royalties, and online distribution. Atlwebradio.com also assist in the marketing and promotions for small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations via website promotions,  commercial on-air advertisement, and live remote broadcasts.

 Atlwebradio is an active Stream Licensing LLC. affiliate, that is legally licensed by Ascap, Bmi, Sesac, Socan, and Soundexchange for royalties and performance fees.

Looking forward Atlwebradio.com will deliver a more creative platform consisting of several different genres of music and diverse programming. 
   

WRFG RADIO
1083 Austin Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30307
404-523-3471 fax 404-523-8990

abdul@wrfg.org

abdul@wrfg.org

WRFG 89.3 FM Radio Free Georgia Broadcasting Foundation, Inc. provides a voice for those who have been traditionally denied open access to the broadcast media through the involvement of a broad base of community elements to guarantee that access.

In the utilization of the Foundation’s facilities and in its programs the following communities will receive first priority:

1. Those who continue to be denied free and open access to the broadcast media,

2. Those who suffer oppression or exploitation based upon class, race, sex, age, creed, sexual orientation, disability, or immigrant status.

Kevin Collins WIGO Am 1570

2424 Old Rex Morrow Road
Ellenwood GA 30294

678-226-3425 kevin Collins <kcollins@wigoam.com

http://www.wigoam.com/

 

WIGO won the 2017 Stellar Award Winner for Radio Station of the year-Major Market!

Thanks again in advance for supporting us!

Radio Station WGNGFM
P.O. Box 1801
Greenwood, MS. 38935

wgnl@bellsouth.net

https://mytuner-radio.com/radio/wgng-the-heat-1063-fm-427781/

https://www.104wgnl.com/

WGNL 104.3 FM is a radio station licensed to Greenwood, Mississippi. The station broadcasts a blues and Urban Oldies format and is owned by Team Broadcasting Company, Inc.

KJIW FM RADIO 94.5 Belinda Mondy
204 MOORE STREET
HELENA, AR 72342
870-338-2700

https://kjiwfm.com/

bmondy@sbcglobal.net

To spread the gospel of the good news of Jesus Christ.  

 

To inspire, inform, educate, serve, and motivate the body of believers of Christ.  

 

To encourage and challenge people to uphold the standards of God’s Word as the ultimate and final authority in their lives.  

 

To advance the cause of His kingdom and equip others to do the same.  

 

To be salt and light in a world of darkness.  

 

To preserve the concept of the authenticity, authority, and infallibility of the divinely inspired Holy Bible.

 

To uphold a standard of integrity, honesty, and good stewardship.  

 

To glorify the Lord Jesus Christ and not people.  

 

To be distinctly set apart among the masses of media.

 

"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works,

and glorify your Father which is in heaven."  ~Matthew 5:16

KAYT Tonya Riley, Station Manager

Chris 318-484-2500

Alexandrea La.

http://www.kaytfm.com/kayt/page.php?pid=home

KAYT is owned and operated by Black Media Works, Inc.  A 501c3 non profit corporation. 

 

Carl Haynes, GM
WRTM-FM
P.O. Box 9734
Jackson, MS 39286
601-956-1932 Office

wrtmfm@bellsouth.net

https://www.smoothsoul1005.com/

If you have competitors working to attract your customers, or if you want to consistently grow your sales and make more money, then advertising is a necessity.  The key is to know who your customer is, and why they like to do business with you. Once you know the characteristics of your best customers, you simply need to target your advertising in a way that converts prospective customers with similar characteristics into loyal customers.  It is important to remember that most businesses are simply unable to effectively be all things to all people.  Always keep in mind that when you select a particular advertising vehicle (like our radio station), you are buying an audience.  The goal is to buy the right audience for your business and improve your chances for success.

Veteran Area Support Group
1315 County Road 2109
Hooks, TX 75561
Phone 903-276-4871
Nutt.brown@yahoo.com

KJUK-LP 97.3 FM

 

Reginald Brasfield
Executive Director
Voice of Diversity Non-Profit 501(c)(3)
(501)960-4360

voiceofdiversity@yahoo.com

http://www.voiceofdiveristy.org

What is Voice of Diversity?

Voice of Diversity is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded around the principles of education.  The mission of the organization is to be a “voice” for all citizen in the Northwest Arkansas Community.  Voice of Diversity speaks from the views of minorities (local as well as global).  In January of 2016, Voice of Diversity launched KDIVLP 98.7 FM, a community radio station which was the 1st Urban Radio station in Northwest Arkansas.  We strive to educate, entertain, and provide our audience a diverse reflection of music and issues that have been under-represented by other media.  The Voice of Diversity (VOD) is committed to enriching the lives of its listeners by presenting material that will encourage new insights and expand awareness.

What is KDIV?

KDIV is a FM radio station that is licensed to broadcast in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

WJWC 97.3 FM
3060 Madison SE
Grand Rapids MI 49507
Robert Womack
(616)295-8953

wygr32@icloud.com https://www.facebook.com/97.3thebeat/


Empowerment Radio Project

WJWC is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 97.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Grand Rapids, MI and is part of that radio market.


WKRA Radio
1400 Hwy 4 East Suite C
PO Box 398
Holly Springs, MS 38635

WKRA@bellsouth.net https://thechange927.com/

WKRA-FM (92.7 FM) is a radio station licensed to serve the community of Holly Springs, Mississippi. The station is owned by Billy R. Autry, and airs a gospel music format.[1]

The station was assigned the WKRA-FM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on December 2, 1974.[2]

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“THE KING” 105.5 FM /1430 AM

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/105-5-fm-am-1430-wykg-the-king/id1495054762

 

 

105.5 FM/AM 1430 The King has been serving the metro Atlanta community for over 70 years, and is Your True Leader, bringing the community the best in today's Urban & Inspirational Music, News and Information.

KLEK-LP 102.5 F.M.
1411 Franklin Street
Jonesboro, AR 72401 US
klek@klekfm.org
www.klekfm.org

https://streamdb6web.securenetsystems.net/ce/index.cfm?stationCallSign=KLEKLP

 

Dinah Brown

Business Manager

Golden Triangle Radio, LLC

P.O. Box 1853

Starkville, MS 39760

662-338-5424

dinahbrown@goldentriangleradio.com

 

WACR-FM (105dio.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to Columbus Air Force Base, United States. The station is currently owned by URBan Ra Broadcasting through licensee Urban Radio Licenses, LLC and broadcasts an Urban Adult Contemporary format.[1][2]

KZRB-FM
P .0. Box 1055
New Boston, _Tx 75570
903-547-3171

kzrb@windstream.net https://www.facebook.com/pages/KZRB-1035-Radio-Station/248360268522210

THORNTON BROADCAST COMMUNICATIONS
1501 S. MAIN
Little Rock, AR 72205
501-680-0352 - Cell
855-525-5683 – Toll Free
danitapaige@yahoo.com
 
Chandra Bell http://wjldradio.com/
Marketing Consultant
Richardson Broadcasting Corporation
205.942.1776 Office
205.876.7305 Mobile
WJLD RADIO ONLINE
WJLD (1400 AM) is a radio station licensed to Fairfield, Alabama, that serves most of the Birmingham metropolitan area. The station offers talk and music programming targeted towards African-American listeners, including a mixture of locally originated talk programming and urban oldies music. The station is owned by Richardson Broadcasting Corporation, a company based in Birmingham. Richardson Broadcasting Corporation also owns WAYE 1220 AM in Birmingham, Alabama and has construction permits for low power television stations in Dothan, Montgomery and Selma Alabama. The station's studios and transmitter are located separately in Southwest Birmingham.

wbfz 105.3 Selma AL
334-437-9015 Bishop Franklin
Wbfz billing department
POB 369
Selma AL 36702

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wbfz-1053/168439823172496

WBFZ (105.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to serve Selma, Alabama, United States. The station is owned by Imani Communications Corporation, Inc. It airs an urban contemporary/gospel format.[1]

 

WBFZ (105.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to serve Selma, Alabama, USA. It airs an urban contemporary format. WBFZ 105.3 FM plays various types of music genres like hip-hop and very conscious about listeners demand and choice. Getting audience good feedback this radio channel is developing playlists continuously.
WBFZ 105.3 FM official website addres
s is www.wbfzfmradio.net

Roscoe Miller, Owner
WKXN/WKXK-FM WZKD-FM/AM
2424 E S Boulevard
Montgomery AL 36116
334-549-3443 cell
334-284-0957 request
334-281-0082 fax

WKXN/WKXN-FM <wkxnfm@gmail.com>
Roscoe Mont Station <wkxnradio@bellsouth.net>
WKXN Traffic <wkxnfm@gmail.com>

 

WKXN (95.7 FM, "The Big Station") is a radio station licensed to the community of Fort Deposit, Alabama, United States, and serving the Montgomery, Alabama, area. The station is owned by Autaugaville Radio, Inc. It airs an Urban Contemporary music format.[1] The station's programming is simulcast by sister station WKXK.

The station was assigned the WKXN call letters by the Federal Communications Commission for its initial launch in 1977.[2]

In September 1994, original owners WKXN, Inc., made a deal to sell this station to Autaugaville Radio, Inc. The deal was approved by the FCC on November 17, 1994, and the transaction was consummated on November 23, 1994.[3]

Broacast One Inc.

http://weupam.com/

P.O. BOX 11398
2609 JORDAN LANE HUNTSVILLE, AL 35816

Yvonne Craighead <ycraighead@103weup.com>

WEUP (1700 AM) is an urban contemporary gospel formatted radio station that serves Huntsville, Alabama, and the majority of the Tennessee Valley in North AlabamaUnited States.[1] WEUP is dubbed "Huntsville's Heritage Station" because it was the first in the region to broadcast an urban format. It has an urban contemporary sister station called WEUP-FM. The station's studios and transmitter are both co-located along Jordan Lane (SR 53) in Northwest Huntsville.

WEUP is simulcast on WEUV (1190 AM) in Moulton, Alabama. The WEUP call letters were on the 1600 AM signal from 1958 until a 2006 re-alignment[2] with co-owned WEUV (originally 1700 AM)[3] and WHIY (originally 1190 AM).[4]