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WLOU 104-7 Jamz Welcomes DeDe in the Morning to Louisville.

Are you ready to have some fun in the morning? We got you! Coming to Louisville and WLOU 104-7, DeDe McGuire hosts DeDe In the Morning! DeDe is joined by co-host JJ Williamson (aka J.J from The Sipp), Influencer J-Kruz and the newest cast member, TikTok Star, Kita Rose. Super producer Gary Saunders is Executive Producer …

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First Lady Michelle Obama is Generation Real and so are YOU!

You know about Boomers, Gen X, Gen Z and Millennials, but what is Generation Real? Generation Real is someone who’s into REAL music made by REAL musicians with REAL heart and REAL soul. Generation Real is Black, White and everyone in between. It’s every ethnicity, culture and religion. Generation Real embraces the enthusiasm of youth …

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March is Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month! Listen in as we spotlight and salute phenomenal women whose achievements and contributions locally, nationally and globally continue to inspire us all toward greatness on the Original Soul of Louisville, 104.7 WLOU! Listen live anywhere at WLOUfm.com.#WomensHistoryMonth

Phenomenal Black Women’s Advertising

Are there phenomenal women in your company, school, church or organization who are achievers, first ladies, unsung she-roes, activists or volunteers? Here is your chance to recognize them on the radio as difference makers of today. Call the Sales Office at 502-776-1240 during regular business hours. Value-added packages start as low as $499! Keep listening …

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Louisville’s oldest Black radio station celebrates ribbon cutting at new downtown studio

WLOU continues to shine after more than 70 years playing R&B and gospel music in the community. Author: CJ Daniels, WHAS11 Digital Content Team LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The city’s oldest and one of the country’s first R&B stations continues to celebrate its impact on the community after 70 years. WLOU, “the Original Soul of Louisville,” held …

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