Radio One to sever ties with XM
By Robert Rob Redding
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first reported in October that changes were forthcoming at XM 169. (See
The new arrangement means all of the weekend talent at the channel and all weekday programming after 4 p.m. is scheduled to be suspended, Michaels said.
Shows featuring Al Sharpton, Joe Madison and Warren Ballentine will remain on the network
until further notice, he said.
XM 169 could not be immediately reached for comment.
GW on the Hill will be moved to WOL-AM in Washington, D.C., he confirmed.
On-air talent at XM 169 the Power were told of the change in programming during a Friday conference call.
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