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Supertalk Mississippi

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Supertalk Mississippi, also known as The Super Talk Mississippi Radio Network or simply Supertalk, is a statewide, commercial news and talk radio network based in Jackson, Mississippi. Its flagship station is WFMN (Flora/Jackson). Supertalk Mississippi was launched in July 1997, via WFMN. It simultaneously debuted on WFMM (Sumrall/Hattiesburg). Jackson-based TeleSouth Communications now owns WRQO, as well as its non-Supertalk Mississippi sister stations, WDXO/92.9 (ESPN Radio) and WOEG/1220 (urban gospel). WDXO and WOEG are both licensed to Hazlehurst.

Contents

  • Stations 1
  • Notable programs 2
    • Local 2.1
    • National 2.2
    • Former 2.3
  • News Mississippi 3
  • Personalities 4
    • Current 4.1
    • News Mississippi crew 4.2
    • Former 4.3

Stations

Supertalk Mississippi has grown to ten stations:

Notable programs

Local

  • The Gallo Radio Show
  • The JT Show (Replaced the failed Air Bubba in August 2010)
  • Head To Head Radio
  • Mississippi Outdoors Radio
  • Prime Time Radio
  • Weekend Gardening (also known as Weekend Gardening with the Garden Mama in full or simply Garden Mama)
  • The Handy Man Show
  • Hey Y'all with Gary O'Cain

National

Former

Local
  • Super Heath Mississippi
  • The Marshall Ramsey Show
  • The JT & Dave Show (Replaced by the short-lived Air Bubba from July to August 2010, shortly became The JT Show)
  • Marathon Makeover
  • On Deadline with Sid Salter
  • Magnolia Cafe
  • Southern Crossroads (formerly known as Mississippi Crossroads)
National

News Mississippi

Formerly referred to as Miss Net News, News Mississippi is a news product launched in February 2012. With a revamped format that incorporates a large-market presentation, the product now includes New Media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) and invites its audience state-wide to participate in the news process by commenting, Tweeting and sending in news items.

Personalities

Current

  • Paul Galtelli (Gallo) - host, The Gallo Radio Show
  • John Thomas (JT) Williamson - host, The JT Show and Mississippi Outdoors Radio
  • Jared "Captain" Bounds - Traffic, director of New Media
  • Will East - program director
  • Don Taylor - host, Prime Time Radio
  • Tayna Taylor - movie critic, The Gallo Radio Show, former co-host, Magnolia Cafe
  • Dixon Williams - sportscaster
  • Bob Sullender - producer, The JT Show, host, sportscaster
  • Scary Gary, Air Bubba and The JT Show
  • Perez - producer, The Gallo Radio Show
  • Matt Wyatt - co-host, "Head to Head Radio"
  • Richard Cross - co-host, "Head to Head Radio"
  • Ryne "Ryno" Montgomery - producer, "Head to Head Radio" and "The JT Show"

News Mississippi crew

  • Chris Davis - News Director "News Mississippi" and "Supertalk Mississippi"
  • Iris Barnes - Assignment Editor, reporter "News Mississippi"
  • Chip Ward - Anchor/Reporter, "News Mississippi"
  • Chelsea Corona - Anchor/Reporter, "News Mississippi"
  • Camie Crowe - Content producer, New Media, receptionist

Former

  • Dave Ingram - co-host, The JT & Dave Show and former producer of The Gallo Radio Show
  • Cathy - producer, The JT & Dave Show
  • Tommy Chisholm - producer, The JT & Dave Show, Miss Net News, Mississippi Network Ag Reports, WFMN traffic, Miss Net Sports
  • Lacy Hancock -producer, The JT & Dave Show, Air Bubba, The JT Show, and On Deadline with Sid Salter
  • Nathan "Nate" Gleason - host, Supertech
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