August 17, 2011

Has Radio Syndication Gone too far? Michael Baisden picked up by Gospel Station Joy 92.5


When it comes to the bottom line anything is possible

Gospel station WFJO "Joy 92.5" in Jacksonville, Florida is reportedly ready to add "The Michael Baisden Show" to its afternoon line-up.

The station was once owned by TAMA Broadcasting. The fate of the once largest Black owned privately held radio group in the country, headed by Glenn and Charles Cherry is an interesting one. The company is now in bankruptcy and were former owners of WTMP in Tampa. "...the year [2004] they borrowed $20 million from D.B. Zwirn Special Opportunities Fund, a New York hedge fund looking to loan black broadcasters money." Things turned sour from that point on... read more

The station is also set to add the "Yolanda Adams Morning" show to its lineup as well.
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