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May 8, 2013

Tom Joyner is Back in Milwaukee on Jammin’ 98.3


Joyner Added to the A.M., Skip Murphy Dropped from Afternoon Drive Time

Tom Joyner's weekday morning radio show is back in Milwaukee on Jammin’ 98.3 (WJMR), launching Monday, May 13 from 5am until 9am.

Joyner commented, “The best thing about good family and good friends is that, whenever we get together, we pick up right where we left off.  So, even though it’s been awhile, we won’t miss a beat when we return to Milwaukee with my Jammin’ 98.3 family.”


Tom Joyner earned the nickname “The Fly Jock” and “The Hardest Working Man in Radio” by working long hours and flying between his morning job in Dallas, Texas and afternoon job in Chicago, Illinois every weekday for eight years. The Tom Joyner Morning Show, with co-hosts Sybil Wilkes and J. Anthony Brown, is heard on nearly 105 radio stations across the country each weekday. Over 8 million ears tune into the show on their favorite local radio station.

The Jammin’ 98.3 weekday line-up beginning Monday, May 13 will include Tom Joyner from 5am-9am, Andrea Williams from 9am-Noon, Earl Stokes from 2pm-7pm and Mike Hightower with “Moments in Love” from 7pm-Midnight.

Jammin’ 98.3 (WJMR) is a subsidiary of Saga Communications, Inc. whose business is devoted to acquiring, developing and operating broadcast properties. The company owns or operates broadcast properties in 26 markets, including five radio stations in Milwaukee, Wisconsin under the Lakefront Communications LLC name.

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