Max Media To Launch 1310 The Power Norfolk

1310 The Power Oldies WGH Norfolk Max MediaMax Media is flipping Oldies 1310 WGH Norfolk VA to R&B Oldies/Urban Talk “1310 The Power” on Thursday, February 28.

The lineup of “1310 The Power” will feature a syndicated lineup of Russ Parr in mornings, Deja Vu in middays, Reverend Al Sharpton in middays, DL Hughley afternoons, and Larry Elder at night. Overnights and weekends will feature “Timeless Soul” music.

The Oldies format will continue on 97.3 WGH-HD2 as “Solid Gold WGH“.

Max Media is excited to announce the debut of 1310 The Power on
Thursday, February 28th. It will provide the best talk and timeless soul for the diverse Hampton Roads area. 1310 The Power will include entertaining and informative talk covering everything from liberal and conservative topics to lifestyle and celebrity news.

“I’m very excited to launch this great mixture of talk and music all on one station,” remarked Rusty James, V.P. Operations and Programming at Max Media of Hampton Roads.

1310 The Power’s line-up includes a civil rights leader, comedians, writers and lifestyle experts.

1310 The Power’s weekday lineup:
6am-10am The Russ Parr Show
10am-1pm The Deja Vu Show
1pm-4pm The Reverend Al Sharpton Show
4pm-8pm The D.L. Hughley Show
8pm-11pm The Larry Elder Show
11pm-6am Timeless Soul music

1310 The Power (WGH-AM) is locally owned and operated by Max Media LLC, which has radio
stations in Virginia, Illinois, Missouri and Colorado. For more information, please visit
http://www.1310ThePower.com/.

Max Media is proud to announce the Famous AM 1310 WGH is going digital with Solid Gold 97.3 WGH-FM HD2. Thanks to HD Radio technology, Solid Gold WGH is being broadcast in digital quality on 97.3 HD2 creating a radio experience without static, radio hiss or fuzz. To find Solid Gold WGH on HD, tune in to 97.3 and your HD Radio receiver will automatically lock in to the HD1 signal. One notch over on the dial and you’re listening to Solid Gold WGH on the HD2 signal.

“We’re excited to be moving to the clear, digital quality of HD radio. It’s the same great music from the 50s, 60s and 70s along with the same great personalities on the bigger, brighter sound of FM!” remarked Dick Lamb, Brand Manager of Solid Gold WGH.

The legendary WGH-AM was one of the country’s first radio stations. It has evolved into a station featuring the best of the 1950s, 60s and 70s music. You can now listen to Solid Gold WGH on 97.3 HD2, the Solid Gold WGH app and WGHSolidGold.com.

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