Sunday Night Slow Jams Pulsates Through North Carolina
Alexander Bofill, staff writer
WWPL – Pulse 96.9 102.5 in Raleigh is just the latest radio station to add Sunday Night Slow Jams to their weekend lineup, harnessing the power of R Dub! to draw increased TSL and cume to their weekend arsenal.
Pulse FM is one of over 200 radio stations nationwide who dedicate their Sunday nights to serving their listeners with love and a hearty dose of R Dub!, who keeps friends and families connected each week with special dedications and requests.
Program Director Jud Heussler said, “We are so excited to welcome R Dub! and Sunday Night Slow Jams to The Triangle! It’s the perfect end to our week!” Heussler joins the scores of radio programmers who are rushing to lock down America’s #1 rated weekend show this year, as the company’s syndicator, Benztown Radio Networks, continues to lock down market after market.
“The word is out,” said Mark Wilson, VP of Affiliate Relations for Fusion Radio Networks, a Benztown partner. “Slow Jams is landing in every market and the station that has it wins. End of story.”
And Wilson’s words come with merit, as double-digit shares continue to pour in, book after book, for the popular weekend dedication show.
R Dub!, host and creator of Sunday Night Slow Jams said, “I am so grateful for the privilege of working with Jud and the team at Curtis Media. We’re gonna crush it for them!”
“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.”
Sunday Night Slow Jams airs Sunday nights from 8pm til 12m on Pulse 96.9 102.5 in Raleigh. You can listen live and find out more about Pulse FM HERE.
See a list of the nearly 200 current Sunday Night Slow Jams affiliates HERE.