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    Posted July 18, 2014 by
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    Unsigned artists get exposure on the Radio

     
    This Labor Day weekend, if you are out and about, you may hear something different on the radio, independent, unsigned urban artists on hot Jamz 1570 WHTX-AM based out of Warren, Ohio.

    The station, which air’s a 25-54 urban adult contemporary format, is opening up their air waves to all forms of urban music from R&B, to jazz, to hip-hop and gospel and everything in between.

    Program director Richard Nelson said, “We want to give back to all of the independent artists by giving them a platform to showcase their music, as independent radio is the backbone of expression for up and coming artists.”

    In addition, Labor day weekend will also bring in a series of changes for hot jamz as in the coming months, the station will add new local programming , including programs exclusive to the Youngstown area including the area’s only Latin Hip-Hop showcase program, Christian Hip-hop show, and jazz show.

    The station is also planning on expanding its coverage and other exciting things for the community.

    “Hot Jamz wants to be an active local voice for the whole community by offering something for everyone and doing a little good in your neighborhood. “ Mr. Nelson added
    From the sounds of their plans, Hot jamz 1570 is really doing a little good in your neighborhood.

    You can find out more about hot jamz 1570 WHTX at www.facebook.com/hotjamz1570 .
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