Sherwin Hughes, formerly of WNOV, moves his show "The Forum" to WRRD Resistance Radio.
Radio host Sherwin Hughes is no longer a part of WNOV 860, as the radio station has reportedly cancelled his political radio talk show, "The Forum."
On episode 16 of The Postgame Tailgate, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller are joined by Sherwin Hughes, a local radio host, to discuss whether this year's Academy Award nominees will continue the #OscarsSoWhite trend. They also talk Donald Trump canceling his Milwaukee visit and Sheriff David Clarke.
Sherwin Hughes, a talk show host on black-owned WNOV (AM-860), provides a much-needed African American voice on Milwaukee radio that offers black opinion and commentary.
There was a lot of emotion after the criminal trial against George Zimmerman concluded. On TV, radio, social media and from our own personal connections, people shared what they thought of the acquittal in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
Sherwin Hughes has found a comfortable spot behind the microphone on WNOV-AM 860. His show "The Forum" airs weekdays from 9 to 11 a.m.
On Friday afternoon, WMCS-AM 1290 halted its broadcast stunt of all Elvis Presley music to debut "1290 Martini Radio." Milwaukee Radio Alliance stopped its long-running "Talk of the Town" format that featured local and national African-American progressive talk shows last week Tuesday.
It used to be the "other black talk radio station" in town, but now that the plug was pulled at WMCS the host at WNOV-AM says he's up for the challenge.