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Reach Gospel Radio, Inc. Separates From Rejoice Musical Soulfood and Debuts New On-Air Team

By May 30, 2018News

REACH Gospel Radio Launched On-Air Team
During Memorial Day Weekend After Dropping
Rejoice Musical Soulfood’s Programming


NEWARK, DE (Wednesday, May 30, 2018) — Reach Gospel Radio, Inc., on May 23, 2018, ends it’s contract to receive it’s programming from Rejoice Musical Soulfood, two months after appointing Kyle Glover as VP of Network Programming, and debuts all-new on-air team. Reach Gospel Radio debuted it’s new on-air team during Memorial Day weekend with radio veterans, Lonnie Hunter, Cheryl “CeCe McGhee” Golden, Desiree “Dezzie” Neal and Ed Long as it’s weekday on-air team. Reach Gospel Radio has also added to it’s weekend team, Those Baxter’s, Hassan “Mr. Root” James, Mark Collier and Gospel Superstar Jekalyn Carr, debuting this Saturday, June 2, 2018.

Quote from Vice President of Network Programming, Kyle Glover:

“We are extremely blessed to welcome such an outstanding legendary group of on-air personalities to our team. Our full-time on-air team are no strangers to the Philly, Jersey, and Delaware markets. They are now returning to Radio where they have been successful for so many years. Our blessings have also been extended with some of Gospel Music’s most influential playmakers, joining our part-time team. We believe that we will be able to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ, service our community and Reach them in a way they haven’t been Reached before.”

Reach Gospel Radio Lineup
Weekday Lineup

6a-10a Lonnie Hunter
10a-3p CeCe McGhee
3p-7p Dezzie
7p-11p Ed Long

Weekend lineup: Debuting June 2, 2018 
10a-2p Best of Lonnie Hunter
2p-6p Mark Collier
6p-10p Those Baxter’s

10a-2p CeCe
2p-5p Dezzie
5p-7p Jekalyn Carr
7p-11p Mr. Root

The REACH Gospel Radio Network Executive Management consists of CEO and Founder Steve Hare, VP of Programming Kyle Glover and Network Operations Manager Dan Oetting.

About REACH Gospel Radio Network
On September 15, 2017, after 23 years of being a CCM reporting radio network of 21 FM stations, REACH Radio, Inc. dropped it’s format and flipped its radio network to Urban Gospel and officially launched and name changed to REACH Gospel Radio Network, Inc.After six months of being on-air, Reach Gospel Radio as approved as a reporting network. REACH Gospel Radio, Inc. ( is an American gospel radio network targeting African American and urban listeners. REACH Gospel Radio Network currently owns and operates 23 broadcast stations in 23 markets in the United States and Canada.