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BJ Murphy

Since 1984 BJ Murphy has been behind the microphone. His life long aspiration has been to talk to people and entertain them and educate them in his own unique way. BJ Murphy is a beloved member of the State Of North Carolina, and well respected broadcaster in the radio industry. Born and raised in Goldsboro NC, from the 10th grade he knew he wanted a career in radio. At his home he built a makeshift radio station in his bedroom, where he would lock himself in for hours practicing on how to become a disc jockey. From there he attended Shaw University after graduation in 1983 and majored in Radio and Television.

While in college he worked at 3 radio stations at the same time and became popular in the Raleigh Durham market winning several awards. BJ always saw himself as being a big time morning DJ working in the big city. “I always saw myself as living and working in Chicago or New York and talking to millions of people in the morning. That was my drive.”

BJ has been on air in small to medium to Major markets during his 30 year career. Those cities include the following: Raleigh-Durham North Carolina, Columbia SouthCarolina, Greensboro North Carolina, Baltimore Maryland, Kansas City Missouri, Charlotte North Carolina, Washington DC, Dallas Texas, Chicago Illinois. “One of the greatest highlights in my career was filling in for my Iconic hero Donnie Simpson on WPGC 95.5 in Washington DC. When Donnie and I both worked for CBS radio, I would fill in for Donnie while he was on vacation. I was in Charlotte and got to come to Washington and sit in his seat.”

BJ’s claim to fame is being known in the industry as one of the Elite Morning Men in Urban radio. The Late Jerry Boulding always placed BJ in the ranks of Urban radio’s Top Urban Morning talent. Here is an excerpt: Making Mornings Work One of the on-going axioms of our industry is "as mornings go, so goes the station." Yet while most formats have developed either a local or syndicated morning show, the blueprint or personality archetype for urban radio is still developing. In other words, we have not yet developed a complete system for developing strong local morning shows for the future. Like those in other formats, urban programmers continue to say things like, "The music is really the product. We'll get the music right and let it do the talking.

We can hire or import a morning show and we'll be all right." That philosophy and attitude in a world with no competition might have been able to generate some numbers in the past, but for those of us dealing with the real world where there are strong, well-financed stations hammering at us from all sides, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that you got to have a "killer" morning show to be competitive. And not all morning shows work in all markets. There's really no question about the power of a strong morning show on urban radio, though. But what changed this year was the recognition that morning humor really comes from character.

Nationally syndicated morning shows from Tom Joyner, Doug Banks, Russ Parr, BJ Murphy and now Steve Harvey have proven this. BJ Murphy spent the greatest amount of his radio career in Charlotte North Carolina, for 9 years producing most lucrative shows in the stations history. “At one point we were helping the station generate 1 Million dollars a month in Revenue before the market dropped around the time of “911”. Radio and Records Magazine in 2002 named his show The #1 up and coming Urban Morning Show in America. BJ has also done morning syndication under the brand “BJ in the Morning” with Syndicator SupeRadio back in 2005.

In 2004, A poll was done among Urban programmers and they were asked which morning show they felt would be the next successful show in syndication? Thus the BJ in the Morning show was launched in 2005 out of Dallas Texas. “We were poised to be the younger version of what Tom Joyner was doing in morning syndication. If it were not for the 800 pound Gorilla in the form of Steve Harvey, I am confident that we would be on in 30 or more cities across the US today”.

BJ Murphy has a strong work ethic in preparing for his daily show and has been known to arrive at the station at least 2 hours before his 6am morning show. His passion for helping the community is well noted, particularly working with young black males. BJ is caring and sincere in his efforts to make a positive change wherever he goes.

BJ has given up his income tax checks to help people stay in their homes and countless other acts of kindness with those less fortunate in our community. “I am a servant DJ for the people of God”. To serve them is to serve him”. “ I believe when you put good before you, it always comes back”.

Mr. Murphy is also a recipient of the Tom Joyner Personality of the year award. The National Black Programmers Personality of the year Award. Billboard Magazines #1 Up and Coming Urban Morning Show. BJ has been written of in numerous trade publications and has been a featured panelist at many radio industry events.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 03:00pm - 07:00pm The BJ Murphy Show
Tuesday 03:00pm - 07:00pm The BJ Murphy Show
Wednesday 03:00pm - 07:00pm The BJ Murphy Show
Thursday 03:00pm - 07:00pm The BJ Murphy Show
Friday 03:00pm - 07:00pm The BJ Murphy Show

Mallory J.

Born and raised in the Midwest. outgoing - chatting with everyone in the room. Mallory J. truly enjoys playing music that makes listeners feel good - recreating feelings of nostalgia. Mallory J. has been fortunate to interact with, inform and engage listeners On-Air and in the community – providing solid content through a platform that she's passionate about.

Mallory J. enjoys dancing - Urban Ballroom and Chicago Stepping and long walks with her 14-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, Rocky. Mallory J. welcomes you to connect with her on Social Media by selecting the links above.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 10:00am - 03:00pm Midday Jams
Tuesday 10:00am - 03:00pm Midday Jams
Wednesday 10:00am - 03:00pm Midday Jams
Thursday 10:00am - 03:00pm Midday Jams
Friday 10:00am - 03:00pm Midday Jams

The Infamous DJ Remix

The Infamous DJ Remix has over 25 years of experience in radio and he's our premiere mixologist for the Thunder Sound heard daily at 9 AM, 12 PM & 5 PM daily.

Expect to hear a 20-minute mix daily. The Infamous DJ Remix has a unique blend of Today's R&B and Old School Jams with a slamming vibe that's incomparable.

Also, hear The Infamous DJ Remix and The Evening Crush Emulating Live from Mixcloud (and Twitch) with Simulcasting/Airing on 247Mixing.com & also on WUBI Ubiquity Radio at WUBI.live, Thursdays 9 pm EST/6 pm PST
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Hear what you don’t hear anywhere else. Get your day popping with a 20-minute workout mix exclusively from The Infamous DJ Remix.

You won’t be disappointed, and you will eagerly tune in every day for your daily mix of vitamins to power you through the workweek.

Slow Jams After Dark

Slow Jams After Dark is a Station Program blending the best Slow Jams in the most unique way possible. There is no other Slow Jam Show quite like this one. A place to relax and cuddle with the one you love as you usher in a piece of paradise in your quarters.

Expect to hear music from: H.E.R., Maxwell, Raheem DeVaughn, Teddy Pendergrass, Ro James, D'Angelo, Daniel Ceasar, Ginuwine, The Isley Brothers, Jodeci, Silk, and more!

You won't be disappointed, and you will listen often to your one-stop foreplay slow jam show.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 09:00pm - 12:00am Slow Jams After Dark
Tuesday 09:00pm - 12:00am Slow Jams After Dark
Wednesday 09:00pm - 12:00am Slow Jams After Dark
Thursday 09:00pm - 12:00am Slow Jams After Dark

The Soul 70's

Smooth and Melodic Soul 70's Classics

The ‘70s produced some of the most unforgettable ballads of all time. The new sound was elegant, sophisticated, and emotionally charged.

Now all the great soul legends and the lush, sweet sounds of the 70’s are together in one place on the Soul 70's Radio Program. Expect to hear music that made a decade light up with some of the greatest music of all time.

Expect to hear hear these Artist and more…

The O'Jays, The Stylistics, Marvin Gaye, Barry White, The Chi-Lites, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, The Commodores, The Temptations, Spinners, Teddy Pendergrass and so many more!

On-Air Schedule

Friday 11:00pm - 12:00am Station Programming

Van Camp & Morgan

The Van Camp & Morgan Show is a nationally syndicated morning radio show, as well as a daily podcast of the Who Cares News, hosted by Van Camp and Morgan.

John Van Camp is a radio veteran of Classic Hists and AC radio--with only a mild obsession with Halle Berry and continues to host a daily show on Classic Hist Boss Boss Radio. Morgan (formerly producer Morgan) has been a sidekick of sorts with john Van Camp for the past decade. Together they produce a daily pop-culture, send-up called "The Who Cares news" both on air and as an on-demand podcast. After nearly 2500 episodes, The Who Cares news continues as a stand-alone production but has been woven into the Van Camp & Morgan Morning Show.

Wake up mornings to The Van Camp and Morgan show, syndicated Nationally weekdays. All the things you'd like to say but can't always, yeah, we say it for you.

PLUS the news that we don't care about: There is an enormous amount of news from the entertainment industry and the celebrities that dominate the headlines. We don't care about that news. We do think it's fun to poke at it a bit with a sharp stick though, and that's what we do. Daily we skewer the news of the rich and famous because we don't care, and we know you don't either.

The Van Camp & Morgan Show brings a fully produced and well-thought-out morning show to 247 The Sound. You are able to get your Entertainment News, Current Events, National News, and the best conversation on Radio. Debuting Monday August 22, 2022, from 6AM - 10AM Et.

On-Air Schedule

Sunday 01:00am - 05:00am Van Camp & Morgan
Saturday 04:00am - 08:00am Van Camp & Morgan

John & Heidi


John Small & Heidi Braunschweig (now Small) met in 1999 when John moved to a small town in Iowa to help launch a new radio station. About five months after moving there he met Heidi, and their world has not been the same since.

Married since 2000, the Smalls began this radio show ten years later in 2010. John started his broadcasting career in 1994, but this radio program started when the couple launched their own radio station in South Dakota and their friends encouraged John to have Heidi join him on the radio. It was very different to have a MARRIED COUPLE do the morning show together. Sometimes that's a great thing.... other times it can be weird since they are so "comfy" with each other on the air! What started on one station, then went to two stations now to dozens of stations across the nation.

The John & Heidi Show is now available to radio stations, both commercial and non-commercial stations at no charge (with one minute of barter per hour, during their show only) or for a small monthly fee with no barter ads required. The program is also available to AM stations, FM stations, LPFM stations, and even online radio stations. If you'd like to hear the show in YOUR area... please tell your favorite local radio station about us! Just send them to this page and we will try to do the rest!

John & Heidi Small have been blessed with two amazing kids and two dogs. Their son Troy and their daughter Taylor. (The dogs... Mandy & Miley... pretty much just hang around the house)

The John & Heidi Show PODCAST started in 2015 to allow people to hear things they might have missed on the radio show.

On-Air Schedule

Saturday 08:00am - 12:00pm John & Heidi Weekend Show

Rick Nuhn

Radio Entertainer, Proud Father, Music, Boxing, Baseball, Cooking & Laughing. "Chevere" Amigos Todo Esta Bien

Top 10 Now & Then is the countdown show that is designed for America’s Urban Adult audience directly aimed at the core female 25-45 demo. Its reach however, extends into other coveted demos from young to old. The broad based appeal of the music, the polished production values and the major market content of the countdown are sure to make it a ratings winner and a favorite with listeners across the board.

So here it is, Top 10 Now & Then, the perfect addition to your specialty programming mix and an already proven winner in markets from coast to coast. Top 10 Now & Then is hosted and written by award-winning radio personality and music exec. Rick Nuhn, and is produced by Ron Shapiro, creative director, programmer, and producer extraordinaire, who brings over 25 years of experience in countdown shows and syndicated programming to Top 10 Now & Then.

We know you will enjoy our look at today’s Urban Adult music scene, as well as our look back at all the things that make the Old School cool! You will find it all on Top 10 Now & Then.

On-Air Schedule

Saturday 12:00pm - 02:00pm Top 10 Now & Then


Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, KAZ is a unique talent that is passionate about music, people and the community. With over 12 years in the radio industry, KAZ has worked for companies such as iHEART, CBS, Hubbard Radio and TownSquare Media. Some of KAZ's duties included morning host, production/producer and assistant program director.

KAZ has also shared the stage with NEW JACK RADIO artists Keith Sweat, Boyz II Men, Tony Toni Tone, Montel Jordan and Brian McKnight, just to name a few. As the creator and host of NEW JACK RADIO Weekly, KAZ wanted to bring to life a show that's fun, exciting and a unique experience that impacts the listening audience.


A unique show playing classic hits of the late 80's and early 90's R&B, Hip-Hop from the "NEW JACK SWING" era. Featuring artists such as Keith Sweat, Guy, New Edition, Janet Jackson, Heavy D, SWV and much more. The program will take listeners on a journey back to reminisce about special memories or moments through the magic of music, interviews, TV and movie clips from the era.

On-Air Schedule

Sunday 02:00pm - 04:00pm New Jack Radio
Saturday 02:00pm - 04:00pm Station Programming

DJ L Boogie

DJ L. Boogie is the Vice President of Fleet DJs National. He brings his array of mixing skills each weekend to the 247 The Sound platform. He is also the President and CEO of Cat5Producions in Houston Texas. He's the original O.G. popping off parties in person or via radio airways with old-school throwbacks like you've never heard no matter your age.

DJ L Boogie is a specialist in how he cuts it up on the mixing board with slamming vibes for the grown and sexy. Watch DJ L Boogie on his YouTube Channel showing off his made skills.

Get your party jumping with DJ L Boogie each weekend on 247 The Sound on Saturdays at 6PM ET.

On-Air Schedule

Sunday 12:00am - 01:00am The Listening Party

The Pop Life (Back To the 80's)

Everyone remember the 80's Pop Culture. A time of great music from Europe and some of the best groups formed in the United States. Pop Life back to the 80's takes you to a place with so many fun memories with music selections that will make time past live again. Hear artist like: The Culture Club, Hall & Oates, michael Sembello, Naked Eyes, Madness, The Greg Kihn Band, Spandau Ballet, Cyndi Lauper, Tina Turner, Michael Jackson, ZZ Top, Phil Collins, Duran Duran and the list goes on. Listen to Pop Life, and you will be rewarded back to the 80's. SHOW PRESENTED BY: 247 The Sound Digital Radio

On-Air Schedule

Saturday 09:00pm - 11:00pm Station Programming

Al B. Love

Al B. Love! has logged over 25 years in the industry and he reflects on how he became interested in broadcasting and production. "I've been interested in "sound" for as long as I can remember. I used to have a portable cassette recorder and found that when the batteries ran low, recording my voice would change the pitch and sound. I also used to make tapes for a cousin of mine in L.A. We would always try to outdo each other. He was very good at mixing, but I was better at putting together elements that could be played between songs. So when I would send him tapes, they would sound like a radio show complete with liners, drops, and even commercials I would make up. When I started out, I didn't own a lot of elaborate equipment, just a Radio Shack mixer, a cassette recorder, a cheap microphone, and some old scratchy sound effects records that I would use to create drops and things".

This was the match that lit the fire to his career choice. However, as he pursued his dream, he had to survive, performing non-broadcast related jobs along the way. While working as a grocery stocker for a local Kroger store in his hometown of Houston, TX, he remembers an incident that most people in radio can relate to. "There was this co-worker that knew about my desire to get into radio,", says Al B. "I was studying a broadcasting correspondence course I learned about in the Rolling Stone magazine. One day, this particular co-worker took me out on the sales floor and said, 'you see all these groceries, this is where you are and this is where you're going to be!!' "

After facing that "reality check", Al B. refused to be locked into what appeared at that time to be a dead end situation. After discussing his plight with his wife, Connie (who supported him 100%), Al B. decided to leave his job at Kroger and enter into the uncertain world of radio. While watching television one day, he caught an ad for the Columbia School of Broadcasting. Using his severance incentive from Kroger, he decided to attend CSB in order to learn more about broadcasting. And as the story goes, 'His-Story' is still being written today. Since then, Al B. has worked at various stations and formats, accomplishing all of this in his native city of Houston. He has also worked as a production director at WOWI in Norfolk, VA.

How did he develop his style? Al B. states, "Well, I guess my style is a combination of several people's styles that I've come to know and respect. Mitch Faulkner, former production director of KMJQ, who had existed before I began working there, is at the very top of the list. Then there's Bill Travis, Shaun O'Neal, Bill Young, James Breedlove, K.D. Bowe, and Rick Party, just to name a few. I listen to what all these pros do. I take a little bit from each of them and add my own Flava to the mix. I guess you can say it's just like making a cake.

"If his production skills can be compared to making a cake, then it can be truly said that Al B. Love! is having his cake and eating it, too. His advice to others interested in production is: "Take time to perfect your skills. Even if it takes you 35 or 45 minutes to produce just one spot, take the time to do it. The more you do, the better you get. And listen to the radio and TV. Hear what others are doing. And stay on top of the ever-changing technology. It's taken over two decades to hone my skills and I never stop growing. I still make it a point to learn something new every time a walk into the studio.

"When receiving compliments about his work, Al B. remains humble acknowledging that Jehovah is the true source of his talents. "I really appreciate ople like my work", says Al B., "but truly the talent I possess does not belong to me. I'm just kind of borrowing it for a while.

"What does Al B. Love? do in his spare time? "Well," he says "I’m an avid collector of watches. Especially mechanicals & mechanical/automatics. I am amazed at how they are assembled. And how they come to life when wounded. Above all, I enjoy spending time with my family. They keep me grounded, and balanced". Currently, Al B. Love! is the owAl B. Love! is the owner of Brain Damage Creative Services, an audio production company also the writer, host, and producer of Groove Town Ave.

Al B. Love! is a licensed trademark of BDCS Intellectual Property. All rights reserve

On-Air Schedule

Saturday 11:00pm - 12:00am 22-22 Groove Town Ave

The Motown Sound

On-Air Schedule

Sunday 11:00pm - 12:00am Station Programming

Tony Gee

Tony “Gee” Green’s radio career spans over 30 years with stops at country station WRGC AM/Urban Stations: WQOK FM/WQMG FM/WWDM FM/WLXC FM/WWWZ FM and now 18 years at Gospel Station: WFMV-FM where he serves as Program Director, and Vice President of Programming for WFMV’s parent company Glory Communications, Inc. In October of 2017, Tony was awarded the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award. radio program “Another Level.” A show programmed specifically for young adults with the motto: “We’re giving the youth the truth!” now airing on stations throughout South Carolina. In 2005 Tony recommitted to the call from God to reach young people by teaching and preaching the Gospel in a way that let’s them know that their dreams can come true. He was licensed as a Minister with the Bibleway Church of Atlas Road in Columbia, SC in January 2009. He was Ordained Elder in January of 2014.

• 2000 Urban Networks Air Personality Of The Year(Medium Market)
• 2005-2007 Radio and Records Gospel Radio Program Director Of The Year Nominee
• 2005 & 2007 NAB Marconi Religious Station of the Year Nominee
• 2007/2010 Stellar Award Station of the Year
• 2009 Stellar Award -Gospel Radio Announcer Of The Year Nominee

On-Air Schedule

Sunday 07:00am - 09:00am Another Level Radio

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