Rejoice! Musical Soul Food

Rejoice! Musical Soul Food

Infobox Network

network_name = Rejoice! Musical Soul Food
country = United States
network_type = Radio network
available = National
owner = Urban Choice Media
key_people =
launch_date = 1989 by ABC Radio
founder =
past_names =
brand =
website = [http://www.musicalsoulfood.com/ musicalsoulfood.com]

Rejoice! Musical Soul Food is a 24-hour music format independently and self-produced through Urban Choice Media. It draws an African American audience with a Gospel Music format from artists such as Marvin Sapp, Kirk Franklin, Clark Sisters, etc.

This satellite format was a property of ABC Radio Networks until The Walt Disney Company sold it off in 2006 to Dallas-based Urban Choice Media.

Affiliates

*KFCD-AM - Farmersville, Texas
*KRJO-AM - Monroe, Louisiana
*KRJY-AM - Sacramento, California
*KTTP-AM - Pineville, Louisiana
*KZZB-AM - Beaumont, Texas
*WAPZ-AM - Wetumpka, Alabama
*WEAF-AM - Camden, South Carolina
*WFMI-FM - Southern Shores, North Carolina
*WJDY-AM - Salisbury, Maryland
*WRMQ-AM - Orlando, Florida
*WREJ-AM - Richmond, Virginia
*WRIX-AM - Laurens, South Carolina
*WRNE-AM - Gulf Breeze, Florida (Weekdays only)
*WRTK-AM - Youngstown, Ohio
*WTAL-AM - Tallahassee, Florida
*WTMN-AM - Gainesville, Florida

Competitor networks

*Solid Gospel by Salem Radio Networks (Salem Communications)

External links

* [http://www.musicalsoulfood.com Rejoice! Musical Soul Food - Official Website]


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