January 16, 2020

Urban Radio Personalities Well Represented on the NEW 'Fox Soul' LIVE Stream Platform

Tammi Mac (102.3 KJLH) and Claudia Jordan head up their own shows on the new Fox Soul streaming platform. (It's basically a cable channel that's not on cable. The way new programming is done in 2020.) Also available online and on any streaming device are 107.5 WGCI Chicago morning personality Leon Rogers' program "Later with Leon' and Philadelphia radio personality and TV host Quincy Harris with his late night show 'The Q." Both of those shows air on the local FOX stations in those markets.

Jordan in Dallas and Harris in Philly recently exited the morning shows in their respective cities. Each has made a seamless transition from radio to television in the past and currently. The Q has been on the local TV for five seasons and was developed for a late night audience, It has become the top rated late night show in Philadelphia. In Jordan's case, the day after she was let go at KRNB in Dallas she was a guest host on The Donny & Mike Show. Soon after she was offered her own show. She kept it moving.

Fox Television Stations has launched a new, live, ad-supported streaming platform aimed at African-American viewers called Fox Soul.

Fox Soul will ”aim to celebrate black culture and highlight the real topics that affect the everyday lives of the African American community through frank and insightful dialogue with local and national influencers.” The free channel will be a combination of original new programs and existing shows from local Fox stations.

“We are proud to debut this African American focused channel, created by and for the members of the black community. We intend to inform, inspire, and empower our viewers by meeting their needs for authentic conversations on topics relevant to our lives,” said James DuBose, head of programming for Fox Soul.

Fox Soul currently hosts live original programming Monday through Friday, with prerecorded content from existing shows on Fox stations available on demand. Some of the channel’s original programs include “One on One with Keyshia Cole,” “On the 7 with Dr. Sean,” “The Tammi Mac Late Show,” “Out Loud with Claudia Jordan,” “The Mike and Donny Show,” and “Fit and Fab with Elise Neal.” [Source: Read more at The Wrap.]

The original programs will air on weeknights from 6 p.m. through 10 p.m. PST. The original shows will be followed by two hours of FOX local TV.

Fox Soul is available on iPhone, Android, Apple TV, and FireTV apps and also on the web at foxsoul.tv.

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