Costar Broadcasting Group has launched the Gulf Coast Radio Networks. GCRN is an urban radio news network targeted to over 20 million African Americans who live, work, vacation and worship on the Gulf Coast and Delta Regions of the United States. The Gulf Coast and Delta Regions have long storied relationships with African Americans. Michael M. Davis, company President said.” Our network has been on the drawing board and we’ve continued to add building blocks. I’m elated to see it all come together. Stations, advertisers and audiences were still yearning for innovative and compelling urban programming in their markets.”
GCRN will deliver focused newscast and report on these centuries old relationships. The network will provide real news stories and features on the Gulf Coast African American culture and its religious, political, and social dynamics that impact African American lives. Whether it is news about the Gulf weather, hurricanes, FEMA, families that were uprooted by Katrina, or the pivotal fishing industry, oil and gas, agriculture, aerospace, gaming, or tourism, the Gulf Coast Radio Networks will keep audiences informed through its network radio affiliates across the region and online, onsite and on demand. GCRN is a service of Costar Broadcasting.
About Costar Broadcasting Group
Costar Broadcasting Group is a multimedia, African-American, Choctaw Native American owned and operated entity. The company designs, builds, programs and operates radio stations and owns WQBC AM 1420 in Vicksburg, MS. In addition, the company is engaged in management consulting, outsourcing, sales and marketing new business partnerships across the broadcasting, telecommunications and entertainment sectors.
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