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''Sunday Night Slow Jams'' Adds Ten New Affiliates


Sunday Night Slow Jams
Sunday Night Slow Jams

Benztown's syndicated weekend show "Sunday Night Slow Jams" has added 10 new affiliates, bringing the show to over 200 stations worldwide. The new affiliates include: KJHM-FM in Denver, KQIZ-FM in Amarillo TX, KQRB-FM in Topeka KS, KRBQ-FM in San Francisco, WBZL-FM in Greenwood MS, WCDA-FM in Lexington KY, WJYY-FM in Boston, WTOD-FM-HD2 in Toledo OH, WWMX-FM in Baltimore and 98.1 Pearl FM in St. Maarten.

R Dub! said, "As a programmer myself, I realize the increasing need for stations to offer their listeners true content and real 'connections,' every day -- not just during drive time on the weekdays. Sunday nights should never be treated as a throwaway - it's literally the lead-in to Monday morning! It's my absolute honor and pleasure to partner with our new affiliates to help create lifelong, passionate listeners and real fans of the brand - theirs and mine. If you aren't aware of just how special Sunday Night Slow Jams is, I invite you to find one of our over 200 affiliates and listen in."

Benztown Affiliate Relations Mark Wilson said, "During these challenging times for radio, unique experience-based programming like Sunday Night Slow Jams will always serve a purpose. Dub is a relatable talent with highly relatable show content that works on both weekends and weekdays across multiple formats throughout extensive geographical market coverage. His devotion towards paying attention to the needs of his affiliate partners breeds listener loyalty from all audiences on a consistent basis. These factors all have one final result, which is the continuous station base growth of Sunday Night Slow Jams year after year."

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