CC/Nashville Stations Simulcast To Help Flood Victims
May 4, 2010 at 5:06 AM (PT)
Incredible weather has been hitting the NASHVILLE area -- it’s being referred to as the 100-year flood (NET NEWS 5/3) -- and all five CLEAR CHANNEL/NASHVILLE radio stations (WLAC, WNRQ, WRVW, WSIX and WUBT) will band together TODAY (5/4) to raise money for the MIDDLE TENNESSEE flood relief effort.
Various personalities from the stations will broadcast across all five frequencies and their associated streaming stations beginning this morning and lasting until midnight. OM RICH DAVIS told ALL ACCESS, "I am so excited to hear all the air staff from all the stations on the air working together for one cause on all five frequencies."
Donations can be made on line at any of the stations’ website, by phone (888) 540-5200) or in person with funds going to the TENNESSEE Disaster Response Fund through the Community Foundation.
The On-Air Schedule
5-7a -- WOODY & JIM with INTERN ADAM (WRVW)
7-9a -- GERRY HOUSE and the House Foundation (WSIX)
9a-noon -- STEVE GILL (WLAC)
noon-3p -- PROUD MARY (WNRQ) and AG (WUBT)
3-7p -- RYNO (WRVW), JOE ELVIS (WNRQ), PAMELA ANIESE (WUBT) and BIG D & BUBBA (WSIX)
7p-midnight -- SCOOBY & DOLEWITE (WUBT) and BUTTER (WRVW)