Sunday Night Slow Jams Debuts in NYC

Start Spreadin’ The News: R Dub Debuts on WNEW

Alexander Bofill, staff writer

WNEW – NEW 102.7 in New York City is just the latest radio station to add Sunday Night Slow Jams to their weekend lineup, as the America’s #1 weekend show sprints toward the mythical 200-affiliate mark.

Creator and Host R Dub! said, “Being on the air in market number one is nothing short of a dream come true! I am so thankful to have the chance to share Sunday Night Slow Jams with so many new friends in New York. I’d like to thank SVP of Programming Jim Ryan for bringing me on to his awesome team at NEW 102.7. What an opportunity!

>>> RELATED: “It was all  Dream!” The Story of Sunday Night Slow Jams <<<

Sunday Night Slow Jams debuts on Sunday, February 9th at 8PM on NEW 102.7. You can listen live HERE.

“Slow Jams connects with listeners unlike any other program I’ve heard.” said Dave “Chachi” Denes, president of Benztown Radio Networks. “Their passion and engagement transcends to incredible ratings.”

See a list of the nearly 200 current Sunday Night Slow Jams affiliates HERE.

>>> RELATED: “It was all  Dream!” The Story of Sunday Night Slow Jams <<<

About R Dub!

Host, producer and creator of Sunday Night Slow Jams, R Dub! started the show when he was just 16 years old, at a tiny AM radio station in the middle of the desert. Today, Sunday Night Slow Jams is heard on over 200 radio stations in 14 countries. When he's not Slow Jammin' stateside, R Dub! can probably be found on an airplane headed somewhere new: his goal is to see all 193 nations on earth, and he's already seen 175. Read R Dub!'s full story HERE.

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