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Nov 2013


The Wade-O Radio Show continues to expand its audience with new affiliates like 2013 Stellar Award Nominee WAAW “Shout” 94.7 FM Radio which serves the two-state Aiken, South Carolina / Augusta, Georgia listening area. In addition, DJ Wade-O has also joined Jacksonville’s #1 Drive-time Program, Pure Radio’s The Terrance Pickett Show as the official DJ for the popular 5’OClock Ride Out Segment.

Shout 94.7 FM is the number #1 gospel radio station in the Augusta, GA market and Pure Radio is Jacksonville’s #1 Gospel Music Radio station and can be heard on both 103.7 FM and AM 1320 frequencies. Pure Radio has been airing the three-hour Wade-O Radio Show Weekend program since this past Labor Day Weekend.

“This year has been a true blessing and we greatly appreciate the Southern hospitality the good people at both Shout 94.7 and Pure Radio have shown us by inviting us to join their on-air family,” DJ Wade-O said. “It’s a blessing for both of these stations to allow us to do what we’ve been doing for years on our podcast and expose Christian Hip Hop Music to a much bigger audience.”

Shout 94.7’s Assistant General Manager Ruben Freeman is looking forward to Saturday night’s launch. “I am excited about having the Wade-O Radio Show on Shout 94.7 FM radio,” Freeman said about the new addition. “It brings a youthful energy, diversity and great mix of music to the station. It will definitely take Georgia-Carolina by storm.”

Pure Radio’s Terrance Pickett is equally excited about the union. “Since Wade’s addition to my show, he has helped us become not just the #1 Christian Drive-time program, but also the #1 overall Drive-Time program in our market. The people love his mixes.”

The Wade-O Radio Show’s debut on Shout 94.7 will come this Thanksgiving weekend on Saturday, November 30 at 7 PM. Wade’s segment on the Terrance Pickett Show began last week and can be heard every day at 5 PM.
 

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