Pop Radio 77 Seeks Local Community Interest Programming

Pop Radio 77 Calls for Submissions of Podcasts from Local Creators.

Franklinville, NJ, April 30, 2021 --(PR.com)-- Pop Radio 77 is looking to expand its Community Interest Programming with content made by local creators. Community Interest Programming is the name given to the special programming Pop Radio 77 airs that is of unique interest to the community. These programs can cover topics ranging from religion, to politics, to social issues, and more. Pop Radio 77's Community Interest Programming airs every weekend: beginning Sunday mornings, 2am-9am, and resuming Sunday nights, 9pm to 4:30am.

Pop Radio 77 is a live Internet radio station offering music, talk, and more throughout New Jersey and its surrounding areas. Weekdays offer live DJs such as Pete Cato and "8-Track" Eddie Mack, providing music and talk from 6AM to Midnight. Weekends offer The Way Back Weekend, dedicated to playing the Lost Hits of the 60s, 70s, & 80s; and Community Interest Programming, dedicated to topics of interest. Pop Radio 77 is available for free on Google Play, Apple App Store, and online at popradio77.com.

Pop Radio 77 believes in giving airtime to unique voices and new ideas. Covering a range of topics and opinions, Community Interest Programming provides a platform for talented creators and broadcasters to expand their audience and share their message. Pop Radio 77 welcomes inquiries from listeners as to what type of content they would like to hear, and encourages local creators to submit their podcasts. Both may be sent to wpop@popradio77.com.

Pop Radio 77 continues to grow and expand its content and programming with new personalities and talent. Going forward, post-COVID, Pop Radio 77 will look to engage with the community and provide the South Jersey region with live events, promotions, contests, and new content.

About Pop Radio 77: Founded in 2019, Pop Radio 77 builds its playlists and music charts around the greatest songs that were the biggest on Music Radio WABC, which dominated the AM airwaves for 50 years, until its end in 1982. Many of the great traditions that were common on WABC have been incorporated into the Pop Radio 77 routine. Traditions such as call-in contests, nonstop music blocks, great radio personalities, and summer chime-times are all a part of Pop Radio 77. The music lives once again! For more information, visit popradio77.com.
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Ada Wofford