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Rob Redding moves to
weekdays on SiriusXM 128
ATLANTA, April 15,
2012, 4:30 p.m.
- The entire SiriusXM
Satellite Radio-carrying nation will be able to hear
Rob Redding's "Redding
News Review" weekdays starting next week.
SiriusXM 128 The Power is scheduled to start running
Redding's show live from 5 to 7 p.m. ET on Monday. Redding's
show is heard on radio stations from 4 to 7 p.m. ET weekdays and
already nationwide on SiriusXM 128 from 7 to 10 p.m. ET Sundays.
"This is a long overdue expansion of his
Sunday night show," said Don Wicklin, SiriusXM Senior Director of Partner
"I thank Don and so many at SiriusXM
Satellite Radio for believing in my radio show and Web site over the years,"
Redding said. "I am looking forward to taking our almost five
year Sunday only relationship to the next level, with the
addition of the weekday show, in a critical election year."
What's more, Redding has released two
Amazon.com best-selling books in less than 90 days, "Where's
the Change?: Why Neither Obama, nor the GOP Can Solve America's
Problems" and "Resurrection: A
Historical Anthology of two Forgotten African-American
Resurrection placed No. 3 on the
Amazon.com "Hot New Releases" list earlier this month
and "Where's the Change?" placed in the
top 30 best-selling books on Amazon.com in
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The show is heard on radio stations in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Cincinnati,
Cleveland, Raleigh, Myrtle Beach and Louisiana. His podcast airs daily in
Charlotte and New Orleans.
The award-winning show delivers headlines from award-winning
Redding has been named to BlackTalkers.com's "Talented 10"
radio talk show hosts, he has also been named one of the "100 Most Important
Talk Radio Show Hosts in America" and his website has won three consecutive
"Black Web Awards".
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