WEAA Radio Station Debuts a New “Voice of the Community”


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The 40-year-old radio station at Morgan State University, WEAA 88.9 FM, underwent a major change in programming at the beginning of October. Dean DeWayne Wickham explains those changes here and invites your comments. He had announced the changes during the summer in this article in The Afro.

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