Tune Into WWDB 860 AM’s 10,000 Watt Signal or Online Monday, January 15, 2018, From 7-9:30 AM
Former “Wake Up With WURD” morning radio hosts Mark “The AME” Tyler and Denise “The Writer” Clay have a new radio home in the Philadelphia area. Starting Monday, January 15, 2018, “Mark and Denise in the Mornings” will broadcast live on WWDB 860 AM from 7:30 AM – 9:00AM, Mondays through Wednesdays, from the beautiful broadcast headquarters in Bala Cynwyd, PA.
The mostly talk radio station is a part of the Beasley Media Group and has a broadcast signal strength ten times as strong as the previous station, live streaming capabilities on multiple social media platforms, and more.
“Mark and Denise in the Mornings” will be hosted by Mark Kelly Tyler, a community organizer and influential pastor of the historic Mother Bethel AME Church in Philadelphia, and Denise Clay a long-time respected Philadelphia journalist who writes for Philadelphia Sunday SUN, Philadelphia Magazine, and The Philadelphia Public Record. The two are known for their innate ability to inform and entertain while engaging listeners on news topics of local, national, and international interest.
“We look forward to continuing to present the type of programming that gives voice to local, national, and international newsmakers of the day from the Black experience,” said Tyler. “If you are looking for progressive talk radio that lifts up the often-underreported experiences of the African Diaspora,” Tyler continued, “then ‘Mark and Denise in the Morning’ is the show for you.”
“I’m really excited about getting back on the air with Mark to inform listeners here in Philadelphia and beyond,” said Clay. “I look forward to interacting with all of you again.”
“Mark and Denise in the Mornings” is a production of Tyler Made Media, LLC., a new company co-owned by Mark Tyler and his wife Leslie, and was able to launch so quickly in large part due to the generosity of listeners, friends and family who donated to a Go Fund Me campaign. So far they have raised more than $5,000 in donations and sponsorships. The first major sponsor to step up was POWER (Philadelphians Organized to Witness, Empower, and Rebuild), an interfaith movement.