New Show Launches For Next Generation

Power 88.3 (Port Huron, MI) and 107.9 TiM FM (Lincoln, NE) are excited to welcome a brand new show, The Fairly Local Show, for the next generation of radio listener.

The Fairly Local Show is composed of Chad Bradley (PD WNFA/WNFR), Angela Schweinitz (formerly Afternoon Co-Host on NGEN), and Jill Mikkelson (Middays on Life 97.3). The three come together to share their life and connect with the next generation of radio listeners through refreshingly honest and bright conversation.

Station Director for Power883/90.7 HopeFM, Brian Smith says: “We’re looking forward to adding The Fairly Local Show to our mornings on Power 883. To get a quality team show that’s extremely affordable is difficult, but this show will fit perfectly. It will be a welcomed addition to our Hot CHR!”

Brad Leggett, Ministry Director of 107.9 TiM FM/DUO Ministries says: “We are very excited to have this talented trio on our station in Lincoln. I rest easy knowing these three love Jesus and care about our listeners and our mission.”

The Fairly Local Show hopes to provide a real, authentic, and bright show that reinforces the values of your listeners. And if they do not share those values (yet) this show is a safe place to learn more about the love of Jesus through genuine FUN conversations.

If you would like to learn more about the possibility of your station teaming up with The Fairly Local Show please reach out to Chad Bradley at chad@power883.com.

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