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''Florida Man Radio'' Announces Expanded Weekday Lineup


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JVC Broadcasting announces an expanded weekday lineup on "Florida Man Radio" debuting March 2. Heard on W288CJ (105.5) and WDYZ-AM (660)/Orlando and WYGC (104.9)/Gainesville, "Florida Man Radio" keeps syndicated Bubba the Love Sponge from 6-10am, moves Attorney Justin Clark's "You Have Power Radio" to 10am-Noon, adds an hour to "The Ed Tyll Show" now heard Noon-3pm, and shifts "The Shannon Burke Show" to 3-7pm. The lineup also includes programs such as "The Bill O'Reilly Update" weekdays at 9:10am and 11:50am and "The Logan Sekulow Re-Program" weekdays 5-6am.

JVC Florida's Director of Programming Stevie Demann said, "As this unique radio station continues to grow across the state, we will continue to find new ways to ensure we're delivering the most off-the-wall, creative and exciting ways to discuss today's most relevant and relatable topics. Moving Justin to middays, giving Ed Tyll an extra hour, and Shannon Burke moving to 3pm-7pm to super serve the busy afternoon commute, Florida Man Radio will be better positioned to make our listeners laugh, cringe, think - and of course be 'Unfiltered and Unafraid.'"

"With Bubba the Love Sponge, Justin Clark, Ed Tyll, Shannon Burke, Bill O'Reilly, Logan Sekulow, and all of the great local shows on Florida Man Radio, it truly makes our station must-listen to radio," added JVC Executive Vice President Shane Reeve. "The great talent and notoriety of our hosts have given our area TRUE personality-driven talk radio. Florida Man Radio proves there can still be funny, topical, and compelling discussions on the radio everyone can enjoy."

"Florida Man Radio is exactly what radio needs right now; fresh, new, funny, and local.", said JVC CEO John Caracciolo. "Florida Man Radio is a local talk station that isn't afraid to confront the big topics while not taking itself too seriously. That's what our company is all about. We buck the norms by keeping live and local radio working for our clients and listeners, providing great results for clients, and continuing to invest in great programming. I'm thrilled for the future of our stations across the country."

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